17th Sept update: I’ve been contacted directly by EMC, and they say they’ll work through this with us. Sounds promising. There’s been a lot of coverage on the topic.
You’ve got flights & accommodation, VMworld ticket, and sessions picked. There’s a few more of the boring, but important tasks that you should take care of before you leave for VMworld.
Congratulations to all the vExperts from Australia, New Zealand & Singapore. It’s an honour to be included with such great local talent.
Back in 2010, Greg Mulholland was the only vExpert that I actually knew in Australia.
The September Melbourne VMUG was on this week, and it was a ripper.
The agenda was set for:
EMC Presentation: Continuous Availability with VPLEX – Berin Smithson VMware Presentation: What’s New in vSphere 5.
After reading the #vBrownBag IaaS study guide from @coolsport00, and exams being 75% off at VMworld, I decided to book the IaaS exam. The exam is usually US$225. I booked it using the VMworld SF 75% discount code, and thought I’d be cheeky and try and apply the VMUG Advantage 20% discount as well.