Virtualization, Cloud, Infrastructure and all that stuff in-between

My ramblings on the stuff that holds it all together

Microsoft Virtualization User Group Meeting (UK)

 

I’ll be attending this user group event this evening in London; if you’re local and interested then I believe it’s never too late to register.

If you’re not local then you can view the webcast (details below) online

Looks to be some interesting content, and always good to speak to customers who have done it in real-life, the Microsoft virtualization user group UK site is here

Next In-Person Meeting

    Microsoft Virtualisation User Group – January 2009 Meeting


    Location:

    Microsoft London (Cardinal Place)
    http://download.microsoft.com/documents/uk/about/downloads/victoria_map.pdf


    Date & Time:

    Thursday 29th January 2009
    18:00 – 21:30


    Agenda:
    18:00 – 18:15 
    Arrivals

    18:15 – 18:45
    Simon Cleland (Unisys) & Colin Power (Slough Borough Council)
    Case study: Hyper-V RDP deployment at Slough Borough Council

    18:45 – 19:30
    Aaron Parker (TFL)
    Application virtualisation – what is App-V?
    Benefits of App-V & a look inside an enterprise implementation

    19:30 – 20:00
    Food

    20:00 – 21:15
    Justin Zarb (Microsoft)
    Application virtualisation – in-depth look at App-V architecture
    21:15 – 21:30
    Q/A and wrap up
    Registrations:
    Register at the forums for this event here
    Or email meeting@mvug.co.uk

    Live Meeting:
    Click Here
    No need for a meeting ID
    Room opens at 5.30pm – meeting at 6.30pm

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