Hello Virtualization Planet! I know in my last blog I wrote that I would be posting more but things have gotten very busy for me. As I told a colleague recently, if blogging and tweeting were my only job, it would be a lot easier. :)
Still, things are freeing up and I hope to post more going forward (at least until baby #2 for me arrive)….
The big thing I wanted to post on is Microsoft Management Summit 2010. I’m heading out to Las Vegas for the show this weekend. I’ll be speaking on Tuesday, at 1015am, at session BD02 - Understanding How Microsoft Virtualization Compares to VMware. If you will be at MMS, please swing by and at least say hi to me.
In addition to my session, I’ll also be doing a demo during the Day 1 keynote. For those who are not attending MMS, you can still watch both the day 1 and day 2 keynotes live, which I strongly recommend. We’ll be making some really neat announcements and some great demos so it’s a must watch even if work with systems management, virtualization, datacenters or desktop. The schedule is as follows:
· Tuesday, April 20, 8:30 – 9:45 AM PST: Managing Systems from the Datacenter to the Cloud, Bob Muglia, president, Microsoft Server and Tools
· Wednesday, April 21, 8:30 – 9:45 AM PST: User Centric Client Management, Brad Anderson, corporate vice president, Management and Services Division
You can watch the keynotes from the Microsoft News Center at the times post above. I hope to see everyone either in person or live online!
Edwin Yuen Director – Virtualization