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VMware vFabric GemFire Discussion Board Moving

We’re excited to announce that on July 27, 2012, VMware will be migrating the VMware™ vFabric™ GemFire® discussion board from the current gemstone.com site to the communities site on vmware.com. Once completed, essential vFabric GemFire elements including software downloads, documentation, resources and discussions will be consolidated onto vmware.com to serve you better.

vFabric GemFire forum topics on the move:

From
GemStone Forums

To
VMware vFabric Communities

VMware will migrate all the discussion topics to the new vFabric GemFire community. Other materials on the current GemFire community site will be transitioned at a later date. 



Access Information on July 27, 2012: 
If you already have a My VMware account for communities.vmware.com, you can use your existing login and password to access the GemFire forum topics. Check the “Discussions” tab. 

If you do not have a My VMware account, your current vFabric GemFire forum account information has been incorporated into VMware Communities. You will be receiving a separate email prompting you to create your password. Your login id will be the email address which this message was sent to.

If you have any problem with your account or account history due to this migration, please email us:community_mgr@vmware.com.

Thank You, 
The VMware Team 

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About the Author: Blake Connell is a software product marketing professional with twenty years of industry experience at Fortune 500 technology companies and small/medium businesses. Direct experience targeting diverse market segments including consumers, developers and enterprise IT groups. Blake has worked for VMware for 2 years and is responsible for vFabric GemFire; in-memory data management for enterprise and cloud applications.

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Stacey Schneider

About Stacey Schneider

Stacey Schneider has over 15 years of working with technology, with a focus on working with sales and marketing automation as well as internationalization. Schneider has held roles in services, engineering, products and was the former head of marketing and community for Hyperic before it was acquired by SpringSource and VMware. She is now working as a product marketing manager across the vFabric products at VMware, including supporting Hyperic. Prior to Hyperic, Schneider held various positions at CRM software pioneer Siebel Systems, including Group Director of Technology Product Marketing, a role for which her contributions awarded her a patent. Schneider received her BS in Economics with a focus in International Business from the Pennsylvania State University.

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