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I'm coming to VMworld 2008 in France, what about you?

I'll be meeting all the folks out there. They are too much to name here but I'll mention them to you by category: Virtualization vendors, security, drp, chargeback, tooling..well that covers them all.

I'd love to meet you too, so do please let me know and we'll have a beer at the end of the day ;-)


  1. I'll be heading for Cannes too in two weeks. Looking forward to the new "refurbished" Event and I am also curious how different it will be from TSX last year in Nice.

  2. Tarry, has anyone from Neterion contacted you about meeting up at VMworld?

    Tom Price

  3. I spoke to Richard (the guy who organized the TSX) last night and it is going to be a bit heavier, so I understood. Well Diane and/or Mendel will do a keynote, I'll miss that one as I'm meeting my new CEO (AtosOrigin) that afternoon before flying over to Cannes.

    The most important to me is to meet peers, like yourselves, and other participants. I have a lot of friends within security circles, VCs (who want to get it straight about this virtualization hype and invest wisely).

    Anthony: We'll find one, if not , we'll hijack one and place it in the middle of the conference ;-)

    Tom: Nope, not yet.

  4. Still ready to drink (not virtual) beers !


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