Boy, time really seems to be going by faster the older I get. I can’t believe it’s already been a year and we now preparing for VMworld 2014. This year I’ve submitted three separate Ask the Experts session and it’s up to you to get them included in the session agenda of VMworld 2014. As you know, these are some of the highest rated, most attended and funnest sessions of VMworld. 7 years strong, let’s have some fun and get your questions answered by a panel of amazing experts.
For those of you that haven’t attended one of my Ask the Experts sessions here’s what you can expect… A packed audience, a panel of some of the best industry experts out there and a forum for you to ask the questions you need answers to. These industry titans have lived, breathed and defeated some of the most complex designs and problems. vSphere? vCloud Automation Center? vCenter Operations? Horizon View? Bring it on!
- 1174 – Ask the Expert VCDX’s
- 1176 – Ask the Expert vBloggers
- 1177 – Ask the Expert – Storage Kingpins
Remember, these sessions will not be picked up unless you VOTE! So Please, go check out the agenda, filter it by Rick Scherer and vote for these three great sessions! (Click here to vote)
Remember, the Ask the Expert sessions are driven by the audience… no script, no presentation, just a panel of experts hungry to answer your questions live! Please be sure to vote for these great sessions to ensure they’re scheduled at VMworld 2014!
Thanks for taking the time to vote, but please don’t stop once you’ve voted for my sessions. There are a number of other excellent sessions from people like Duncan Epping, Chad Sakac, Scott Lowe, Chris Colotti, and Matt Cowger. As well as a joint session between Chad Sakac (EMC) and Vaughn Stewart (Pure) which shouldn’t be missed!
Thanks again and I hope to see you at VMworld US and Europe!
Created on May 7, 2014 by Rick Scherer
Posted under VMworld.
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