At VMworld Copenhagen, we will once again have a Community TV streaming channel and allow community members to use it to broadcast their own content. If you want to reserve a spot to have a discussion, do a product demo, or just tell the world about your VMUG, you can do so at vmware.com/go/vmworld-community-tv
By the way, the content we recorded on the Vegas show floor is still available, so go check it out at livestream.com/vmwarecommunitytv – that’s also where the new content will populate to.
On Facebook, VMware View team has shared a selection of TechValidate research findings from surveys of VMware View customers. Find out what View 5 users have to say about the new release at facebook.com/vmwareview
Also, VMware Fusion team has posted some perfectly lickable screen shots from their newest release on facebook.com/vmwarefusion
Not to be outdone, the VMware Workstation team published a link to all the new features of Workstation 8. You can find their page at facebook.com/vmwareworkstation
We have seven cool webinars coming up, on topics such as Not all clouds are created equal, to Managing cloud infrastructure with VMware in the federal government, to the Introduction to VMware infrastructure suite in Spanish and Portuguese, as well as Zimbra, Oracle, and Data Management. Head on over to webcasts.vmware.com to register.
Also the VMware Forum is concluded for the United States area, but you can register for on-demand delivery. The Forum will be making stops in Montreal, Sydney, and Beijing next month. Find out more and register by going to vmware.com and clicking on the big grey box that says VMware Forum 2011.
The following VMUGs are going to be meeting over the next week: Philadelphia, South Germany, Salt Lake City, St. Cloud MN, Kansas City, Southwest Indiana, Minneapolis, Montreal, Toronto, Nashville, Edmonton, Cleveland, Manitoba, and Central Illinois. For more dates and locations, head on over to myvmug.org
The Dorset and Hampshire vBeers group is meeting up tonight, and morrow, and New Mexico and London are having vBeers tomorrow. Find out more about vBeers at vbeers.org.
And finally there will be a community party the evening before vForum Sydney. The event was inspired by the VMUnderground party. The attendee registration page is at vmdownunderground.eventbrite.com – If this link is too long for you, try apacvirtual.com podcast site, and they also have a link to the party there.