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Vote for OpenStack Sessions for VMworld 2016

Vote for OpenStack VMworld Sessions!On May 3, 2016, the VMworld team opened up the vote system for the 2016 Call for Papers submissions. This is your chance to let the team know which sessions you would like to see at the US and Europe shows.

The VMware Integrated OpenStack Team has many exciting updates that we would like to present to you including which OpenStack release will next be incorporated into our distribution. All of our session submissions can be found by clicking here. Remember that voting closes on Tuesday, May 24 at 11:59PM PDT.

You can look forward to hearing from Product Managers, System Engineers, Professional Services Engineers, and, most importantly, customers to learn how VMware Integrated OpenStack can help your private cloud initiatives succeed.

Thank you for your votes, and we look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas and in Barcelona!

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Trevor Roberts Jr.

About Trevor Roberts Jr.

Trevor Roberts, Jr. is the Senior Technical Marketing Manager for OpenStack at VMware and the lead author of the VMware Press title, “DevOps for VMware Administrators". He enjoys speaking to customers and partners about the benefits of using OpenStack with VMware technologies. In his spare time, Trevor shares his insights on data center technologies via the VMware Blogs and on Twitter (@VMTrooper). His contributions to the IT community have garnered recognition by his designation as a VMware vExpert, Cisco Data Center Champion, and EMC Elect.

One thought on “Vote for OpenStack Sessions for VMworld 2016

  1. Vijay Murugesan

    Mr. Roberts,
    My name is Vijay Murugesan and I’m an DevOps engineer. My company already uses VMWare and we are migrating to NSX and OpenStack platform.

    I have read your posts on creating a provider network in openstack. I keep getting Physical network doesn’t exist.

    I’m using the “Provider Network Type” as PortGroup. But whatever port group I use I keep getting the same error.

    Could you please provide me an idea how to find what PortGroup to use for the network type.

    Any help will be great.

    Vijay Murugesan


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