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Wow! When we announced the IT Virtualization Boot Camps in the TechNet eNewsletter last week, the response from you has been overwhelming. Many of you emailed me saying you wanted an IT Virtualization Boot Camp in your city. The folks on the West Coast, were especially vocal.
Well, I am happy to announce that we will be holding IT Virtualization Boot Camps in Vancouver on Friday, February 10th and Saturday, February 11th.
IT Virtualization Boot Camps are brought to you by your local user group and Microsoft TechDays Canada.
The Vancouver IT Virtualization Boot Camps will take place downtown at 1111 West Georgia in the Georgia Room on the ground floor on Friday, February 10th and Saturday, February 11th.
he IT Virtualization Boot Camp provides a fun and collaborative environment where you will get hands-on experience to:
The cost to attend an IT Virtualization Boot Camp is $25 with proceeds going to your local user group. This means that not only are you getting 6 hours of hands-on experience with Hyper-V, iSCSI, Windows Failover Clustering, and more – you’re also helping your user group to support you and your peers with ongoing activities.
Register now for one of the two IT Virtualization Boot Camps taking place in Vancouver on Friday, February 10th and Saturday, February 11th.
Tentatively we are also planning to hold IT Virtualization Boot Camps in Ottawa on February 17 & 18, as well as in Calgary on March 11 & 12 and will provide more details and registration links once available. If you are interested in having an IT Virtualization Boot Camp take place in your area, contact your local user group, leave a comment on the blog, or send me and email using the link above.
It's great to hear about these sessions. I highly recommend this for anyone interested in getting hands on experience with server virtualization and storage technology.