The agenda for this year’s UKVMUG at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham has just been published and what a line up the organisers have put together this year! It genuinely does seem to get even more impressive every time and I know for a fact that the organisers put an unbelievable amount of effort into making that so.
I’m really pleased to see that this time round they have included all of the community sessions in the mezzanine area on the main agenda page. Consequently, when you look at the line up for the day, there is an unbelievable amount of quality content choices to pick from. If you work with VMware virtualisation then you can’t fail to find something to interest you on that list.
I’ll be attending the day and have been fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to take one of the community mezzanine sessions. I’ll be going through some of my recent experiences with vCO in vCAC and how to learn from those (and many mistakes) when looking to design vCO workflows for use in vCAC. If you’re interested in that topic then please come along with questions and of course your own suggestions so we can all learn and improve.
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