Many of you that have submitted a paper for VMworld 2013 would have received an email saying that call for papers public voting is now open. For those that didn’t get the email I thought I’d let you know that you can now start voting for sessions. The competition this year is going to be even more insane than last year, so it would be advised to get in early and make your top sessions known.
Log into the VMworld 2013 Call For Papers Site and vote for the sessions that you’d like to see presented at VMworld 2013. I have two sessions submitted, only one is available for public voting, I hope you’ll like and vote for the session below. The other session I submitted contains content of upcoming VMware product features, so I home it makes it through the cut as it will be a great session.
This session we’ll discuss all of the key design considerations around building clusters for high numbers of Monster VM’s where they are highly utilized and high performance workloads. I am joined by a number of other VCDX Architects – Andrew Mitchell (VCDX-030), Mostafa Khalil (VCDX-002), and Mark Achtemichuk (VCDX-050). Designing and architecting an environment that will host many Monster VM’s requires a different approach and different considerations to smaller VM’s to ensure you get the best benefits from the platform. The panel will answer your questions on topics such as host and cluster design and sizing, VM sizing, performance tuning, CPU scheduling, memory management, resource management, storage design and much more. Avoid the common traps that could derail your Monster VM virtualization project.
Other Sessions You May Want To Consider Voting For
5810 Columbia Sportswear Virtual Solution for SAP
5518 Ebay and the 100% SAP Virtual Dream
4892 How a World Class Food Producer Virtualized SAP (Conagra)
Get involved in the VMworld Call for Papers public voting. It makes a difference and gives you an opportunity to set the direction for the content that you want to see at VMworld. I hope to meet many of you at VMworld this year.
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