VMUG sessions in the Czech Republic are not that frequent to take place, which is pity, as it is a good platform for information exchange and update on some technical pieces. Not many system admins from this part of the world are lucky enough to have a chance to go to VMworld directly so VMUG is a handy and accessible session to socialize with others of the same technology focus.
Let me give credit to Tomáš Kuba of the Y Soft Corp. for picking up and organizing the session in Brno this week. Around 15 VMware professionals found the event interesting, which is a good number considering the situation in the past and it puts hopes in more to become active as the potential of the area is definitely here.
Tomáš presented his experience with building Y Soft testing environment for their software development teams.
Stanislav Juřena of VMware presented news to VSAN:
Although not included in the agenda we doubled the number of presentations with the following ones addressing areas relative to VMware solutions and practices:
and, finally, myself presented the importance of public presence for professionals, teams and companies (in our case – VMware virtualization focused). Regardless of where they are located:
And, lastly, the important stuff 😀
See you at other events!
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