A week in virtualization

The new VMworld 2012 web theme was unveiled last week. Check it out and register today at vmworld.com

While you are there, book your hotel for VMworld during the registration process. You can save an average of $150 per night. 

The VMware certification team just announced that exams will be half off during the conference. Seats are limited. For more information, go to  http://www.pearsonvue.com/vmware/vmworld/.

Make sure you invite a colleague to attend VMworld. You can earn great FREE rewards like an iPad or a Kindle. Check out the VMworld blog for details and rules.

To all VMworld US Sponsors and Exhibitors, submit your products or services for the “Best of VMworld” awards. The deadline for submission is Friday, July 27. Find out how to enter at the VMworld blog.


In other news,  the Center for Policy and Compliance announced the release of the free vSphere 5.0 compliance checker. Download it today.

The VMware training team has released another set of free online eLearning courses that cover cloud, View, vC Ops, BCDR and other topics. Check them out at blogs.vmware.com/education

Training has also released a new course for vCenter Operations Manager: Analyze and Predict version 5.0. It will teach you skills for using vCenter Ops Manager as a forensic and predictive tool. More information is available at mylearn.vmware.com

The vCenter Operations “Tell Your Story” Contest ends on July 11. The grand prize is a ticket and an opportunity to speak at VMworld 2012! Get more details at the contest page.

Finally, the VMUG full-day user conferences continue in July in Salt Lake City and Indianapolis. The free conferences feature keynotes, breakout sessions, and socialization with industry colleagues from your geographic area. Go to myvmug.com to find a VMUG near you and register.


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