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vForumAU 2016: vBrownBag TechTalks

With vForumAU 2016 less than a week away it’s time to talk about what the vBrownBag crew will be up to next week in Sydney. If you don’t know what the vBrownBag TechTalks head here for an overview…but in a nutshell the crew offer the technical community a platform to present on topics that are more social than sales and marketing and allow those that participate a public platform from which to interact with the community.

The Sydney vForumAU edition still has a few slots available so if you are going over to vForumAU next week and want to get something off your chest that the VMware community might find informative…head to the site below and register.

Below is a snapshot of the talks that will feature next week:

  • Matt Allford – Using Vester Project to Enforce vSphere Configuration
  • Frank Yoo – What is RESTFul API and How to use it
  • David Lloyd – Building an Elastic Bare Metal Service
  • Luis Concistre – Microsegmentation VMware Horizon and NSX
  • Brett Johnson – Disaster Planning and What’s new in vSphere 6.5

http://vbrownbag.com/2016/10/techtalks-at-vforum-sydney/

VMworld: #vBrownBag TechTalks

The vBrownbag Tech Talks are back on again this year at VMworld and it gives those who might have missed out on getting an official session accepted at this years event the chance to present in the Hangspace. The talks go for ten minutes are are mostly community based. There are a number of different speakers covering a number of different topics and there are also a number of panel discussions.

For a full schedule check out this link.

Last year at VMworld I was lucky enough to present a Tech Talk and I am presenting again this year at 12pm on Tuesday the 1st of September …this year I will presenting a modified version of the presentation I gave at the Melbourne User Conference titled NSX… An Unexpected Journey. If you are in the Hangspace at that time or are interested in a few insights on how our day to day jobs can pivot and take unexpected turns, feel free to rock up and have a listen.

There are also a number of other great talks in the schedule and I’d like to highlight a couple below:

Luke Brown (Zettagrid) – Dinosaurs Don’t Do DR
Irfan Ahmad (CloudPhysics) – Help! My Dashboards Suck!
Craig Waters (PureStorage) – Anatomy of an SSD

Hope to see you all there…if you are around feel free to message me via Twitter (@anthonyspiteri) and say hello!

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