E2EVC Rome - Veni, Vidi, Confertur
You may have noticed the new fixed events calendar? Finally, I've updated the Joomla install and got over a whole host of issues with old plugins.
What it highlights, is I'll have a busy month presenting and attending, with the culmination of the month's activities being the E2EVC Virtualisation Conference in Rome. Italy for the second time this year - yay.
E2EVC is a non-commercial, virtualisation community event. Its 10 year on-going mission, to bring the best virtualisation experts together to exchange knowledge and to establish new connections. To boldly cram presentations, Master Classes and discussions into one weekend, bringing together virtualisation vendors, product teams and independent experts with those IT admins, managers and consultants out in the field.
E2EVC started in 2003 with just 4 people and was called Pubforum. It has grown, all be it still keeping its hoppy undertones. You may recall my notes on the E2EVC Copenhagen event earlier this year .
Three days of presentations with attendees from 18 countries from Austria to USA... come on Venezula, Westerm Samoa, Yemen and Zambia - there are still places left.
Join over 100 attendees who will ride into Rome on the inside of Jumbos to conquer understanding and get a chance to confer with 18 Microsoft MVP’s, 15 Citrix CTP’s and 6 vExperts. What is the content like? Here are previous presentations. Watched them and done? The only constant is change - you can see the agenda here.
This year, I'll be presenting the Citrix keynote presentation with the indomitable Jim Moyle. Always great fun presenting with Jim. So fun I'll be doing it twice explaining how you can bring VDI reality to your organisation. The presentations are so exciting and fresh that words cannot describe it right now... the keynote will have to be good as the CTP community lead Perrine Crampton will be there too. Given the new Citrix community web makeover why not come along and provide feedback?
Come, find out how the presentations turn out. Say hello. Enjoy the conversations. Well worth the investment.
And if you can't make Rome - the Citrix UK User Group is in Newcastle - where the doner kebabs come in a naan bread: what has Italian cuisine ever done for us eh?