Virtualisation & Virtual Desktops for remote offices (15/Jul)

VMware Australia is hosting a series of technical seminars vTech during the next 2 months, all at our Sydney office. My colleague and VDI guru, Jeff O’Connor (@cloudpimps), will be hosting the first of the sessions on 15/Jul. I will be there as well to help with any answers.

It’s only a 2 hour session in the morning with coffee, tea and some nibbles. So, register using the link below and come talk to us.



You’re invited to participate in the new series of vTech Express Seminars, taking place from July to Sept, 2010. Go direct to the source of obtaining the answers to your pertinent virtualization questions and get the latest virtualization and cloud infrastructure technology updates.

These interactive sessions hosted by VMware will offer customer case studies and in-depth technical knowledge and best practices on a range of VMware solutions which you and your IT peers have nominated based on feedback received.

Register your place today to the session/s most relevant to your business:


  • 15th July 2010
    Virtualisation & Virtual Desktops for the remote and branch offices
  • 5th August 2010
    Understand the Steps, Requirements, to build an As a Service, Private Cloud & External Cloud
  • 26th August 2010
    Virtualising Business Critical Applications : Design , Deploy & Optimize for Exchange and SQL Servers
  • 16th Sept 2010
    Deep-dive into vSphere Platform Performance Best Practices: Pitfalls & Optimizations

    Time: 8.30am – 10am (morning tea served)
    Venue: VMware Office, Manly Room, Level 30, 201 Elizabeth Street, Sydney

    Don’t miss the opportunity to hone your skills and renew your strategies for optimising your IT infrastructure with the most customer-proven virtualization solutions. Register now (seats are limited) and don’t forget to refer your colleagues to take advantage of vTech Express.




    1. Sounds like a great seminar, I’m gutted I won’t be able to make it. Any chance there will be podcasts, or the something similar, of the lectures that we can access after the seminar?

    2. Unfortunately, I don’t think the sessions will go live or be available on-demand. Anyway, don’t miss out on APAC Virtulization Podcasts every two Wednesday nights.

    3. will have to tune in for those…thanks for the info

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