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LinkedIn Virtualization Group members keep growing!

We've just reached our first milestone and have 100 members! I plan to do something with our members, obviously events that we held in Belgium is one of the things, but given the fact that many Xen members too are in the group, I am planning to organize a think-tank initiative.

Like I said in the past, innovation in virtualization (and the whole IT domain as a whole) is just about getting started. The Transitional phase where we are going oh-so ga-ga over virtualization vendors, is the platform to start using the building blocks for the next Transformational age of Business!

So shortly:

  • You'll be part of a group where all members think conceptual, work in practical worlds and plan for a future that has dynamic data centers.
  • You'll be part of a revolution, you just won't be a "number" in yet another LinkedIn group
  • We don't care about numbers either. Action is what we want to focus on!
  • Participation and Community driven innovation is our strategy, and thus your strategy!
  • Want to participate in researches, analysis? We will work our asses off to get you guys some paid jobs across the world as well. Do you know someone who needs some work? Throw it in the group and let the one who is closest to pick it up an run.
So lots will happen and I intend to really do something with our members, something good I mean ;-)

Join us here for Virtualization membership and if you are a conceptual thinker, thought leader and love to get into research then I'd want you to join this one as this is about to take off soon. My advisors are pushing harder and soon we will be approaching a launch moment. We are looking for smarter brains who think out of the box, around the box, under the box, across it and all that multi-dimensionally! Then you should join Avastu Real-Time Research Group!

Imagine! All that collective brain power, it is something, isn't it?


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