ANZ VMUG Virtual Event – November 2020

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The November edition of the Brisbane VMUG meeting is a special one – we’re doing a joint session with a number of the other VMUG chapters in Australia and New Zealand. It will be held on Tuesday 17th November on Zoom from 3pm – 5pm AEST. It’s sponsored by Google Cloud for VMware and promises to be a great afternoon.

Here’s the agenda:

  • VMUG Intro
  • VMware Presentation: VMware SASE
  • Google Presentation: Google Cloud VMware Engine Overview
  • Q&A

Google Cloud has gone to great lengths to make sure this will be a fun and informative session and I’m really looking forward to hearing about Google Cloud VMware Engine. You can find out more information and register for the event here. I hope to see you there. Also, if you’re interested in sponsoring one of these events, please get in touch with me and I can help make it happen.

VMUG UserCon Sydney 2019 – See You There?

I’ll be presenting at VMUG UserCon in Sydney this year. If you’re unfamiliar with UserCon, it’s a free event run by the larger VMUG groups and brings together a mix of different folk, all of whom are focused on VMware technologies in one way or another. There are plenty of technical discussions to be had, as well as community talks on “soft” skills from people like me. I’ll be doing a presentation called “Build A Personal Brand: How to Start and Maintain a Blog!”. The alternative title is “Become an overnight sensation in just 11 years”. The first title is probably better though (and more accurate). It covers a lot of the basics of getting started with a blog, using it to maintain a voice in the community, and a bunch of lessons learnt over the last few years.

In any case, even if you don’t want to hear me talk, there’s sure to be something there that will spark your interest. The keynote speakers are Chris Wolf and Brian Madden – both very interesting people. The event’s being held at the Sydney International Convention Centre on Tuesday March 19th. And it’s free to boot. So get along if you can. And there’s also an event happening in Melbourne on Thursday 21st. I won’t be there, but I’m sure it will be very good. I know the VMUG teams are working on the schedule, and I’ll post that here as soon as I know it.