Can you believe that this year’s VMworld conference is just around the corner? It’s next week – August 24 – 28 – at the Moscone Center in San Francisco!
If you have never been to VMworld before, it’s an amazing event. VMware has a great guide for first-timers on their site for you to reference so you can get the most out of the conference. The schedule is intense and participating in the sessions and surrounding events will really help you immerse yourself in the VMware ecosystem and community.
The full content catalog is live here. BelowÂ are some of the sessions that I think you should check out if you are interested in or work with the convergence of databases and virtualization technologies.
BCO1296 – A Blueprint for Disaster Recovery of Business Critical Applications (SAP, Oracle, SQL & Exchange)
VAPP2979 – Advanced SQL Server on vSphere Techniques and Best Practices
STO3008-SPO – Decoupled Storage: Practical Examples of Leveraging Server Flash in a Virtualized Datacenter
BCO3028-SPO – Designing Virtual Environments for Efficient Recovery and DR
INF1420 – Extreme Performance Series: Understanding Virtualized Memory Management Performance
INF1469 – Extreme Performance Series: Monster VM Performance
INF2427 – DRS : Advanced Concepts, Best Practices and Future Directions
VAPP2305 – Extreme Performance Series – Understanding Applications that Require Extra TLC for Better Performance on vSphere – Deep Dive
INF1972 – Managing Database Size Growth for vCenter Server
VAPP2389 – Use Storage Virtualization to Protect Business Critical Functionality with vSphere and Oracle Extended Distance Clusters
I’ll be floating about the conference all over the place, and feel free to contact me if you want to meet up! No matter what, not only enjoy the conference but enjoy the festivities around it too!Â I hope to see you there!