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VMware Ultimate Virtual Appliance Challenge!



WoooooHoooooooo!

VMware announced this $200,000 challenge and boy I wanna participate. Well I'm off my way to register there!

OK so go ahead and register!!!!

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Next Steps

  • Create your Virtual Appliance

  • Submissions

    At the end of March, VMware will send you instructions describing how and where to submit your completed virtual appliance. The Challenge will be open to new entries until May 26, 2006 at 11:59 pm PST.

  • Community Review and Judging

    After the deadline for entries, VMware will publish finalist virtual appliances on VMTN, and everyone will be invited to download, use, rate, and comment on these virtual appliances. Judging will be based on the appliance description in the entry, the ratings of the community, and the expert opinion of the judging panel.

  • Announcement of Winners

    VMware plans to announce the Challenge winners on Monday, August 14, 2006

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