Ok, let’s have a closes look to see what’s on the agenda of the VMUG.BE meeting:
- Keynote by Joe Baguley (Vice President and Chief Technology Officer EMEA at VMware);
- Get the latest updates on EUC and NSX;
- vSAN what’s new and a glimpse of the future by mister Duncan Epping (Chief Technologist at VMware)
- Microsoft Licensing: Find out during this session how the new windows server 2016 licensing impacts you and what is needed to run VDI on VMware;
- Guest OS and ESXi CPU usage accounting – a deep dive;
- Join in presentations from Nimble Storage, Veeam, Tintri, Rubrik, iGel, Trend Micro, Nutanix, Puppet;
- “Manage your Database Network end 2 end in a Secure Automated way from Application to User.” SDN by DellEMC – Vmware – BigSwitch;
- Workspace ONE, a secure workplace without consessions by Johan van Amersfoort.
Interactive sessions: Powershell 101 and vRealize Orchestrator –
This time Erik Schils, the Belgian VMUG leader, has scheduled two interactive learning sessions on top of the regular breakout sessions. These interactive learning sessions can have a limited number of attendees. Expect a lot of interaction, good content and an effective way to learn more on both Powershell and/or vRealize Orchestrator.
Interactive Powershell 101 Learning with Luc Dekens (LucD) – 15:00-16:30
The world famous LucD session will learn you some powershell basics in this session:
In previous VMUG.BE meetings you had to watch my slides to see some PowerCLI code. That might have been boring 🙂. This time we go for “learning at the VMUG with LucD”. Learn some PowerCLI basics, and immediately try out that knowledge via exciting exercises in a lab.
Limited seating! You have to register separately.
Interactive Session : vRealize Orchestrator with Viktor van den Berg – 13:15-14:40
Personally I will run a session on vRealize Orchestrator:
VMware vRealize Orchestrator (vRO) is VMware’s orchestration engine and very tight integrated with vRealize Automation (vRA). In this interactive session we will explore the vRO client interface and learn some vRO basics, such as parameters, attributes, schema design and workflow tokens. We will build a basic workflow and see how you can integrate vRO with vCenter Server. Viktor will also explain how vRO is integrated in vRA, and how vRO is used in combination with the vRA event broker.
Sign up to this session if you want to learn more on vRealize Orchestrator. This session has limited seating as well, you have to register separately for this session.
Hope to see you all at the VMUG Belgium. Sign up now if you’re planning to go!