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VMworld 2008 in europe!

About time this. I AM going to see Diane next year, even if I have to walk backwords on my toes!!! I have miseed 2006 and 2007 (both time I have been in Africa, still blogging from Africa BTW) and will not miss this one, come what may!


VMware, Inc., the virtualization leader, today announced the first annual VMworld Europe conference will be held in Palais des Festivals et des Congrès, Cannes, France from 26th-28th February 2008. The event will showcase the continual innovation and thinking that is changing the way that organisations around the world are building, deploying and managing their IT infrastructures. It will also provide a platform for visitors to interact with the customers, partners and technologists who are shaping the industry.

VMworld Europe 2008 will follow similar format as the VMworld conference in the US, the world’s largest virtualization event, and is expected to attract customers, partners, researchers, academia, press and analysts from around Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The event will also incorporate VMware TSX Europe, the company’s annual technical symposium, making it ideal for attendees of all levels of experience in virtualization; from business decision-makers to technical experts and systems architects.

VMworld Europe 2008 will feature:

  • Keynotes from VMware President and CEO Diane Greene, other senior VMware executives and industry thought leaders on the latest trends and developments in virtualization adoption
  • A significant breakout programme including solution tracks, hands-on labs, product and technology demonstrations and specific sessions for partners, developers, press and analysts
  • A Solutions Exchange showcasing new products and technology innovations from the leading players in the virtualization market


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