Dutch VMUG 2010: Place to be!

This year on December 10th I’ll be visiting the Dutch VMUG day 2010 in Nieuwegein, the Netherlands. My first time as a blogger! I will be visiting this event for the fourth time, and it has been a great event every single year.

Dutch VMUG

Some collegue bloggers will also be a speaker during the event, and try to shed some light on VMware’s internals:

  • run-virtual.com (Richard Garsthagen)
  • yellow-bricks.com (Duncan Epping)
  • frankdenneman.nl (Frank Denneman)
  • gabesvirtualworld.com (Gabrie van Zanten)
  • ntpro.nl (Eric Sloof)

It is going to be way cool this year! Eric Sloof will be using some of my 3D graphs (see ‘vscsiStats into the third dimension: Surface charts!‘ and ‘vscsiStats in 3D part 2: VMs fighting over IOPS‘). I cannot wait to hear how he is going to explain those 😉 .

At the time of this writing, there are still seats available so get to it !, “op = op” as we say in the Netherlands.

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