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September 2011

After a great experience running live TV shows from the VMworld Community Lounge, we will open up the VMware Community TV to our friends in Copenhagen as well.

 

I have just set up the schedule page at vmware.com/go/vmworld-community-tv

 

Every day of the show, we will be broadcasting from 10:30 to 16:00 on a live streaming channel at livestream.com/vmwarecommunitytv.

 

Just like in Vegas, we will have a video streaming station set up which you can book and use to broadcast your session live on VMware Community TV.

 

If you are interested in doing a live podcast using our setup, you can book a slot, and use it to interview guests, offer some commentary, or a live technology demonstration.

 

If you would like to use our audio and video equipment to record your content for offline use, you can book that as well outside of VMware Community TV hours, on a first-come, first-served availability basis.

 

When requesting a slot in our streaming station, please let us know what topics you plan to cover and whether you will have any guests during your show. Since we are at VMworld, the topics should be related -- cloud, virtualization, VMUGs, vExpert talks, or other VMware-related areas.

 

Each segments should be 20-30 minutes long and start on the half-hour. The podcasting station is self-serve, but we will have some technical assistance available.

 

If the schedule becomes oversubscribed, John and I will give Community content first priority in scheduling, but exhbitiors with community-oriented topics are also encouraged to book a slot.

 

We will do our best to accommodate your schedule, but can't guarantee that we can give you the time slot you want. To help us with that, please submit several time slot suggestions or ranges to pick from.

 

Approximate broadcast times: Monday-Thurs 10:30-2:30.

 

> Current VMworld 2011 Copenhagen VMware Community TV schedule

> Submit a proposal for VMware Community TV slot

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New this year, attendees must pre-register for sessions. Without pre-registration, you will not be given access to any breakout sessions.

 

If you are registered for VMworld Europe, view a full listing of sessions, organize your days, and sign-up for the sessions you want to attend. Most sessions will be repeated at least once and we will be adding additional sessions based on popularity, so if it is full, check back.

 

If you are not yet registered, what are you waiting for? Register now and build out your schedule.

 

During VMworld, you will be able to add a session to your schedule up to 30 minutes prior to the start. Session rooms will open approximately 25 minutes before the start of a session and close 3 minutes to the start of the session. Only attendees who have pre-registered for the session will be allowed in the room. There will be NO stand-by line, so please make sure to register for the sessions you plan on attending.

 

Hands-on Labs will be available on-demand and can be taken at any time throughout the event. You can add Lab time to your personal schedule, but will need to visit the Labs at VMworld to sign-up.

 

Lab Hours:
Tuesday   09.00 – 14.30
Wednesday   10.30 – 18.00
Thursday   10.30 – 16.30

 

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VMworld 2011 (Las Vegas) was by far the biggest VMworld so far in many ways. Much of this is due to the great efforts of our Twitterverse and Blogosphere. Thank you all for your comments and coverage!

 

Now, it is time to prepare for VMworld 2011 Europe, heading to Copenhagen in October. Once again, we have created wiki documents to share as contributor lists for the conference.

 

Please add yourself or your events/programs to these lists if you will be providing coverage or content during VMworld 2011 Copenhagen. And please share this blog and/or these links directly to others using your social media channels.

 

Twitter coverage: http://vmware.com/go/vmworld-twitter

 

Bloggers: http://vmware.com/go/vmworld-bloggers

 

Gatherings, Tweetups & Parties: http://vmware.com/go/vmworld-gatherings

 

Promos & Giveaways: http://vmware.com/go/vmworld-promos

 

Solutions Exchange Theater Presentations: http://vmware.com/go/vmworld-theater

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Just wanted to thank everyone for attending and contributing to our very first VMware ESXi Quiz Show at VMworld, where teams of vExperts and VMware engineers matched expertise and battled on technical facts and trivia related to VMware ESXi and related products. We covered topics related to ESXi migration, storage, networking security and VMware products.

 

And after an entertaining game, the victorious team was -- the vPredators!

 

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There's still time today to catch Sessions & Labs. Don’t miss these "Most Popular" sessions voted on by you and your peers:

BCA1902 - Design, Deploy, and Optimize Exchange 2010 on vSphere
Thursday at 11am in Venetian-Lando 4304

BCO2874 - vSphere High Availability 5.0 and SMP Fault Tolerance – Technical Overview and Roadmap
Thursday at 10:30 in Venetian Ballroom E

EUC2103 - Storage Tips and Best Practices for VMware View Desktop Deployments
Thursday at 12pm in Venetian-Palazzo G

VSP1700 - VMware vSphere 5.0 Storage Features
Thursday at 11am in Venetian Ballroom G

New Repeat: VSP1708: VCDX Panel Defense Preparation

New Repeat: VSP1926 – Getting Started with VMware vSphere Design
Thursday at 12:30pm in Venetian-Titian  2301

VSP2247 - 10Gb & FCoE Real World Design Considerations
Thursday at 12pm in Venetian-Lando 4201

New Repeat: VSP2347 - What's New with VMware vSphere 5.0
Thursday at 12:30 in Venetian Ballroom G

VSP2757 - A Deep Dive on Virtual Distributed Switching and Cisco Nexus 1000v
Thursday at 1:30pm in Venetian-Palazzo D

New Repeat: VSP3067 – Mythbusters Goes Virtual
Thursday at 12:30 in Venetian-San Polo 3404

VSP3205: Technology Preview: VMware vStorage APIs for VM and Application Granular Data Management
Thursday at 10:30am in Venetian-San Polo 3501

VSP3866 - Performance Best Practices and Troubleshooting
Thursday at 12pm in Venetian - Palazzo D
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