Swiss German VMware User Group

Swiss German VMUG – May 2020 Event CANCELED

Swiss German VMUG – May 2020 Event CANCELED


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We put the safety and health of our members above all else. As such, we are closely monitoring the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) across the globe.

Due to the current situation around Corona we discussed the topic with our Swiss French colleagues and also with the speakers. Unfortunately, we have to cancel this event.

Currently, we don’t plan any events at least in the first half of this year, due to the Corona situation.

Please don’t register anymore for this event. An informational email will be sent as soon as possible.

Thank you!

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We’re back! Yes, it was a long time, and we are really sorry about this! But we’re back now, and we will start the year with an awesome VMUG meeting!

Today we proudly announce our first VMUG meeting for this year! And we’re starting with a bombshell! In January this year, we were contacted by our friends from the Swiss-French VMUG. They told us that they are in contact with a VMware specialist to have him on their next VMUG meeting. And thanks to our friends we’re happy to welcome Cormac Hogan from VMware as our special guest for our first VMUG meeting this year!

Also a long-time supporter of our VMUG, a good friend, and a community guru, we also welcome Dennis Zimmer to our first VMUG meeting this year!

About our guests

Cormac Hogan is currently working as a Chief Technologist in the Office of the CTO in the Hyper-converged Infrastructure (HCI) Business Unit at VMware. Specialized in Software-Defined Storage, hyper-converged infrastructure. Co-author of the „Essential Virtual SAN“ and „vSAN 6.7 U1 Deep Dive“ books. Main author and owner of the blog cormachogan.com.

Dennis Zimmer has a strong reputation as a technology visionary across the globe. He has written 10 books, hundreds of magazine articles and video training, that are read and used by leading IT professionals. He has been awarded VMware vExpert for 11 years in a row and is a thought leader within the Virtualization Community. CEO of Opvizor.

About the event

Cormac Hogan will present us with the latest bits about vSAN, VMware Cloud Formation, Kubernetes Storage Constructs, Cloud Native Storage, and we might get a little sneak peek into the future. Dennis Zimmer will tell us more about Kubernetes on VMware in Detail.

Agenda / date

Please mark your calendars for May 13, 2020!

Time Topic Speaker
17:30 (5:30pm) Welcome reception
~17:55 (5:55pm) Intro, VMUG presentation, Agenda Karl Widmer
~18:00 (6:00pm) vSAN, VMware Cloud Formation, Kubernetes Storage Construct, Cloud Native Storage Cormac Hogan
~19:00 (7:00pm) Kubernetes on VMware Dennis Zimmer
~20:00 (8:00pm) Snacks, socializing

Location

We’re hosted at the Westhive in Zurich. This restaurant is located at the same address as the VMware Switzerland HQ. What a coincidence! You can find more information about the location itself on their website: https://www.westhive.com/en/.

Sponsoring

We’d like to thank to VMware for the sponsoring of this event. We’ve got good connections to our VMware friends at the Switzerland HQ and the brought up the idea of this location.

Parking / Travel

There is a parking garage near the location, just some minutes in walking distance, Parkhaus Zürich P-West, Förrlibuckstrasse 151, 8005 Zürich. If you travel by public transportation, just catch the Tram number 6 or 8, or the bus number N13, and hop out at the stop Fischerweg.

Event registration

Registration is open. Please visit our Swiss German VMUG Community site to register for the event. Please be aware of the registration limit of 45 people due to available space at the location. Thank you!

Notice: please check your spam or junk folder if you don’t get a registration confirmation shortly after registration. Maybe you could add the email address „Mail@ConnectedCommunity.org“ to your trusted senders list.

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