Belgium VMUG Meeting at November 9 will be a mini VMworld

The Belgium VMUG organizes their annual VMUG Meeting at November 9 near Brussels. The free event promises to be a sort of mini VMworld with well known and respected speakers like Cormac Hogan, Alan Renouf , William Lam, Frank Denneman, Duncan Epping and Mike Laverick all being employees of VMware. There will be also sessions from vendors like Veeam, Symantec and NetApp.

Agenda

  • 8u00 – Registration and Coffee
  • 9u00 – Welcome (Erik Schils)
  • 9u15 – Protecting vCenter (Gert van Gorp, Raido)
  • 9u45 – Super-Fast Agentless Recovery of Objects (file, email, table…) from VMDK Thanks to Symantec
    V-Ray Patented Technology – A 30 minute deep technical discussion on how exactly Symantec V-ray
    technology allows you to retrieve very fast a file, email, tablespace, AD entry, back without overhead,
    extra storage or advanced mounting skills. (Kim Apers, Symantec)
  • 10u15 – Break
  • 10u35 – PCoIP: Working Across the Entire Enterprise (Scott Murnan, Teradici)
  • 11u15 – Track 1: Are You Ready for the Flash? (Hans De Leenheer, Veeam)
               Track 2: The Software-Defined Datacenter: My Personal Perspective (Mike Laverick, VMware)
  • 12u00 – Lunch
  • 13u00 – Track 1: vSphere 5.1 Storage Features and VSA 5.1 Technical Deep Dive (Cormac Hogan, VMware)
    Track 2: Powershell Session (Alan Renouf and William Lam, VMware)
  • 14u00 – Room Change
  • 14u05 – SHIFT HAPPENS: Accelerating Virtualization by Revolutionizing the Infrastructure (Scott Baker, NetApp)
  • 14u35 – Architecting a Secure VMware VDI Solution (Tom Arentsen, Nubera)
  • 15u15 – Break
  • 15u35 – Designing a vSphere Deployment for Cisco UCS (Ramses Smeyers, Cisco)
  • 16u15 – Clustering Q&A: Ask Anything You Ever Wanted to Know About HA, DRS, SDRS, SIOC or Stretched
    Clusters (Frank Denneman and Duncan Epping, VMware)
  • 17u15 – Prize Drawings (Including 2 books from Pearson, 3 net-usb.com packages, and USB snake lights)
  • 17u30 – Closing Drinks

Registration and details here.

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