#vForum2013 in Sydney, Australia is coming up fast, and this year we will be Defying Convention Again. It’s at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre in Darling Harbour on October 21st and 22nd and we’re expecting to see up to 7000 attendees this year. It is going to be big, and it’s going to be special. More importantly for my regular readers and followers I will be there and I’ll be bringing you lots of Monster VM and Virtualizing Business Critical Applications Deep Dive content from around the APJ region and around the world, in conjunction with some great co-speakers. You will learn from my sessions what amazing things VMware customers are already doing and how you can take away valuable insight and apply it to your environments. To find out more, read on.
Just like last year there will be free general admission pass and then an All Access Pass, which allows you access to the premium sessions and content (read real life delivery and real world experience, deep dive technical content) and costs $AU395. There is a lot of extras that you get with the All Access Pass. If you want to get to see all of the content I’m presenting and have access to the VIP areas then you’re going to need to get an All Access Pass. But the price is very reasonable. Check out the vForum Site for more information and the registration options. Check out the full #vForum2013 Agenda.
So I hear you asking what will I be presenting at #vForum2013 in the All Access Pass Areas? Here is my presentation schedule. I’ll also be one of the Experts that you’ll get to meet one on one if you get the All Access Pass. The sessions listed will be in the schedule builder when it goes live on Monday 30th September.
Monday October 21
vForum in Sydney combines the key information and announcements from VMworld in the US and Europe with exclusive content that is only available at this conference. The key announcements are put into the context of the local market and how it will impact you. If you want to stay up with what is happening with regard to Software Defined Datacenter and how it will impact you and your organisation then you really do need to attend vForum.
In my opinion the best way to experience vForum 2013 in Sydney is with an All Access Pass. It is incredibly cheap for the value that it offers. But just being at vForum is great in and of itself, even with the Free General Admission Pass, especially with the amount of information you can learn and the people you can meet. Networking with your peers and learning from other people’s real world experiences is one of the most valuable parts of the vForum conference. I and the others who are presenting and organising the event are working hard to bring you the best possible content. vForum is getting very big and we want to make sure you have the best possible experience and that the event of this size meets your expectations. I hope to see you there!
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