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Today is the last day to register for VMworld 2009 San Francisco and automatically be entered into a drawing to get your registration fees fully reimbursed.

 

 

 

VMworld is the must-attend event for anyone interested in virtualizing the enterprise. Check out the Content Catalog for the latest information on the valuable sessions and interactive hands-on labs you will experience this year. Session Builder is coming soon—register now for immediate access once the tool goes live later this month.

 

 

Don't miss the virtualization event of the year! Register now!

 

 

For more information please visit: http://www.vmworld2009.com/registration/promo

 

 

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VMworld 2009 San Francisco is right around the corner!

 

 

This week we're highlighting the session: The Path to COS-less ESX: Migrating Server Operations from ESX to ESXi

 

 

VMware ESXi is the next generation hypervisor architecture from VMware, offering improved reliability, security, and a simplified operational model. Due to the superior nature of ESXi, VMware will discontinue the classic Service Console-based ESX in the near future. If you are a long-time user of ESX and have developed your management procedures around the Service Console, then come to this session to learn how to migrate to a new, improved operational model. We will show how to adapt your process for all aspects of management, including: hardware monitoring, backup, systems management, user management, logging, troubleshooting, and more. You should be able to leave this session armed with the tools necessary to be prepared for the transition to ESXi.

 

 

For more details or to view other sessions at VMworld 2009, please visit https://vmworld2009.wingateweb.com/scheduler/catalog/catalog.jsp

 

 

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Register for VMworld 2009 by July 24, and you could win a free pass to VMworld 2009!

 

Don't  miss VMworld 2009, the leading virtualization event. Register now and automatically be entered into a drawing to get your registration fees fully reimbursed. VMworld is the must-attend event for anyone interested in virtualizing

the enterprise.

 

 

 

For more information, please visit http://www.vmworld2009.com/registration/promo.

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If you're still looking for reasons to attend VMworld 2009 in San Francisco, then you've come to the right place.  Three of our VMworld alumni have posted great blogs about why you shouldn't miss VMworld.

 

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if gte mso 9><!endif><!if gte mso 9><!endif-->*Jase McCarty: VMworld is about bringing people together to

 

learn about virtualization.  Whether they are consumers, solutions

providers, or vendors.  When VMware puts on VMworld, it isn’t just about

the sales aspect.  The breakout sessions and technology labs are a really

big deal.  Where else can so many different sessions on how to use

virtualization, best practices, and training be found?  Nowhere.                                                     Read more of Jase’s blog: http://www.jasemccarty.com/blog/?p=265

 

*Sven Huisman: I’ve attended VMworld a couple of times know

and the interaction you get with other attendees, IT-professionals, VMware

employees and on the solutions exchange is really priceless!                                                       Read more of Sven’s blog: http://virtualfuture.info/2009/07/why-attend-vmworld-during-financial-crisis/

 

*Thomas Bryant: Beyond networking, is the solutions exchange.

Working for an ISV, of course you should stop by our booth !http://www.vmworld.com/images/emoticons/happy.gif!, there are a ton

of companies that are new each year. Walking around, seeing all the new faces

and new technologies or old tech reinvented is really invigorating. It's

overwhelming at times considering the sheer size of the hall and all of the

vendor swag to get.                                                                                Read more of Thomas’ Blog: http://blog.thb3.com/2009/07/why-go-to-vmworld-2009.html

 

So what are you waiting for? Register for VMworld 2009 today!

 

See you in San Francisco!

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Attend VMware Technology Exchange Developer Day!

 

 

 

  • Content tailored specifically for ALL developers, and not covered in the VMworld Conference

 

  • Learn how to integrate with VMware products effectively

 

  • (TAP Program Members only) Hear about our latest product roadmaps and business initiatives

 

  • Get a FREE one-year Developer License for Vsphere Standard

 

If you attended previous Technology Exchange conferences, you don't want to miss this opportunity to deepen your knowledge by attending this event designed specifically for developers.

 

 

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VMworld.com Subscription

Posted by cfung08 Jul 6, 2009

Will you be unable to attend VMworld 2009 in San Francisco?

 

Starting July 1st, 2009, you can purchase a VMworld.com Subscription for annual access to all VMworld 2009 Keynotes, Sessions and Labs offered through our virtual conference on VMworld.com. Experience all presentations and demos online from the VMworld conference by purchasing your own VMworld.com Subscription.

 

You will also gain exclusive access, benefits, and promos for the year-round VMworld.com online conference.  Additionally, with a pre-purchase, you will receive access to VMworld 2008 and VMworld Europe 2009 content for the remainder of the current annual subscription.

 

Don't miss out on the premier virtualization event of the year, subscribe today!

 

For more information please visit http://vmworld.com/community/subscription/.

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