VMworld 2011 – Call for papers
If you always wanted to present your solution or case to a larg(er) audience, this is your change. The VMworld Content team just sent this e-mail:
Planning is well underway for VMworld 2011. This year, VMworld takes place in Las Vegas, August 29 – September 1 and in Copenhagen, October 18 – 20. VMworld helps you unlock the full simplicity, agility, flexibility and cost efficiency that virtualization and a cloud computing approach to IT make possible.
Share Your Story
As a VMware customer, we’re looking to you to submit sessions describing your own experiences and best practices with one or more of the following topics:
- Business Continuity
- Cloud Application Platforms
- End-User Computing
- Enterprise Applications
- Enterprise Hybrid Cloud
- Management and Operations
- Security and Compliance
- Technology and Architecture
Your proposal should include an in-depth explanation of the business and technology challenges you’ve solved, as well as a description of your hardware, software and network environment. Practical advice, key success factors, data points and lessons learned are especially valuable for your peers.
If selected to present at VMworld 2011, you’ll receive a full conference pass, access to all VMworld sessions and labs, and hotel accommodations for one night.
How to Submit
Visit VMworld 2011 Call for Papers for details on tracks and topics, as well as helpful hints on how to get your submission accepted. Please note the Call for Papers will close on April 5. For more information, feel free to email us at VMworld2011SpeakerSupport@vmware-events.com, or visit www.vmworld.com for the latest news on VMworld 2011.
The VMworld Content Team
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