VMworld 2010 San Francisco.
VMworld is close… Very close. … For those of you still not knowing if yes or not, going or not going, this info can help you in case you decide to go in the last minute. There are a sessions which does not require pre-registration.You can find them at this link.
In case that you’re living under the rock and you don’t know, VMworld 2010 is being held in San Francisco August 30 through September 2. The location? Moscone Center, the same as last year.
There is still some time left for you to decide as this is the major Virtualization Event of the year.
View the Content Catalog for a complete list of Sessions. You won’t be able to attend ALL of those sessions, so the choice has to be done.
You can use the schedule builder to organize yourself and build your own personal conference schedule. Once you register for VMworld 2010, you can plan your schedule with the specific Sessions and Labs.
This year, there is no Session pre-registration, which gives you more freedom and greater control over your conference experience. Forget trying to plan your daily agenda around Sessions you picked weeks ago – use Schedule Builder to view a complete listing of available Sessions, and then just show up at the ones that work best for you. Plus, we’ll be repeating most Sessions at least once, so you’ll have ample opportunity to attend your top choices.
More than 170 Unique Breakout Sessions Organized into 10 Tracks
Here is just a sampling of some of the Session topics we can tell you about right now. Others will be revealed onsite.
Some news from VMware tips: Register to VMworld through this link and enter in the promotion code EMC_EB_US2010 you will save $300 from the regular admission price (reg $1,795).
For EMEA the Code is: EMC_EB_EMEA2010
VMworld will beheld this year in the Moscone Center San Francisco on August 30th to September 2nd and VMworld Europe will be taking place at the all new location of Bella Center Copenhagen on October 12th –14th.
VMworld labs will be powered by the VMware LabCloud portal. It’s a self-service interface custom-built to enable attendees to access lab courses and content, allowing VMware to increase the number of labs offered and provide attendees more opportunities to explore how virtualization can make a powerful impact on their organization. VMworld will stage more than 22,000 lab seats through 480 simultaneous user workstations.