My VMworld Schedule

I’ll be attending my first VMworld at the end of the month.  My schedule focuses mainly on three areas:  Automation (PowerCLI and Puppet), VMware View, and networking.


VSVC4944  —  PowerCLI Best Practices – A Deep Dive 11:00 AM

NET1000-GD  —  vSphere Distributed Switch with Vyenkatesh Deshpande 12:30 PM

VAPP5613  —  Successfully Virtualize Microsoft Exchange Server 2:00 PM

VCM7369-S  —  Uncovering the Hidden Truth in Log Data With vCenter Log Insight 3:30 PM


SEC5755  —  VMware NSX with Next-Generation Security by Palo Alto Networks 11:00 AM

EUC4764  —  What’s New and Next for VMware Horizon View 1:00 PM

EUC5434  —  Enterprise Architecture Design for VMware Horizon View 5.2 2:30 PM

BCO5362  —  Veeam Backup & Replication v7 Deep Dive 4:00 PM

VCM5271  —  VMware and Puppet: How to Plan, Deploy & Manage Modern Applications 5:30 PM


VSVC5931  —  PowerCLI What’s New? Administrating with the CLI Was Never Easier 8:00 AM

EUC5249  —  PCoIP: Sizing For Success 10:00 AM

VSVC5511  —  Deploying vSphere with OpenStack: What It Means to Your Cloud Environment 11:00 AM

VAPP5932  —  Virtualizing Highly Available SQL Servers 12:30 PM

EUC4629  —  ThinApp 101 and what’s new in ThinApp next version 2:30 PM

EUC1006-GD  —  View with Andre Leibovici 4:00 PM


I don’t have any Thursday sessions on my schedule.  I have two good reasons for this.  The first is that the few sessions that I wanted to attend were already full.  The other reason is that I plan on sitting for the VCP on Thursday morning.  I plan to spend whatever time I have left after that talking to vendors or visiting a friend in San Diego.