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VMworld 2010 Registration

April 27th, 2010 No comments

VMware opened the registration for VMworld 2010.


More Labs – Self Paced

All Labs are self-paced so you have more freedom and options to choose from.

No Session Registration

No need to pre-register this year. You’ll have ample opportunity to attend the sessions of your choice as each one will be repeated at least twice.

Knowledge Experts

Collaborate with industry leading subject matter experts in sessions, discussions and one-on-one meetings.

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9th VMware User Group meeting on October 26, 2009 – Wemmel

September 18th, 2009 No comments

The VMware User Group  would like to invite you to attend the 9th VMware User Group meeting on October 26, 2009  –  Wemmel

Driving Directions and location info : The Bowling Stones : Wemmel – Steenweg op Brussel 397 – 1780 Wemmel (Brussel)


The agenda of this meeting: (subject to change)

  • 13u15: Welcome (Reinoud Reynders – UZLeuven)
  • 13u20: VMWorld Summary (Nicolas van Wijnsberghe – VMware)
  • 14u00 Installation and Configuration ESX Vsphere – best practices (Gabrie –
  • 14u45: Break offered by Symantec
  • 15u00 : Protection in a virtual environment (Paul Murgatroyd & Kim Apers – Symantec)
  • 15u30:  Upgrade your environment (Jan Tiri – VMWare)
  • 16u15:  Microsoft Licensing in a VDI environment (Patrick Viaene-Microsoft)
  • 17u00: Vmug Drink offered by Symantec

To attend this FREE meeting you need to be logged in first (if you are not a member yet, please do so. It’s free!)

Once logged in you’ll see a question above ‘I will attend’. Then you’ll thick yes or no.

The VMware User Group (VMUG) program is designed to encourage and support communities of VMware users who want to hold regular meetings in their local area. The purpose of these gatherings is to provide a forum in which VMware users can share best practices and expertise, and VMware can in turn obtain feedback from the user community.

VMware User Groups are made up of independent communities of VMware users who get together to exchange ideas and information. There are many benefits to participating in a VMware User Group:

– Learn best practices and optimal use of VMware products
– Get answers, advice, tips, and suggestions from experts
– Discover new ideas and gain insight about Virtual Infrastructure
– Receive special information about new VMware products
– Network with other technical professionals in your area
– Be part of the leading edge of VMware users


Are you interested in helping to organize these meetings in the future? Please send an email to: for more information.

We look forward to meet with you on the next VMUG meeting in Belgium.


Best Regards,


The team