SEPTEMBER 23, 2021
NO TRAVEL NEEDED
LEARN & NETWORK
About the Event
Don’t put your career on the backburner. From soft skills to the latest technologies, VMUG is providing the online content you need to give your expertise an upgrade. The VMUG Virtual September Event will deliver a highly interactive, 3-D virtual environment with live video-streaming keynote and breakout sessions with speaker Q&A, on-demand breakout sessions, and interactive partner exhibits within the show floor.
The best part? This event is completely virtual, so you can experience it all from anywhere – no travel expenses or commute required! We’re assembling a crew of VMware and IT experts who are ready to share their knowledge to help you succeed.
And here’s the cherry on top! Our exclusive vSphere track is back this year, featuring content on career growth, as well as unique sessions for your viewing pleasure!
Attend to elevate your career and explore the latest vSphere content. Additional highlights of the VMUG Virtual September Event include:
- Breakout sessions with live Q&A
- Online chat capabilities with VMware experts and VMUG leaders
- Access to exhibitors' virtual booths
- Downloadable resources
- Fantastic prizes and much more!
Participate in the following Hands-On Labs:
VMware vSphere 7 - Lightning Lab
Get an overview of the new features in vSphere 7. Explore improvements and new features in ESXi and vCenter Server management and lifecycle.
vSAN Quick Start - Lightning Lab
Explore how easy it is to deploy vSAN using VMware's "QuickStart" guided cluster creation wizard! QuickStart provides an easy to use, step-by-step configuration wizard that makes streamlines the creation a production-ready vSAN cluster to support your VMs.
vSphere Distributed Switch - Lightning Lab
Explore the features of the vSphere Distributed Switch (vDS) by creating a new vDS and migrating a running virtual machine from an existing vSphere Standard Switch.
vSphere with Tanzu - Lightning Lab
This lab is an overview of the Kubernetes capability in vSphere with Tanzu. Get a basic understanding of the vSphere components that support Kubernetes functionality as well as how to enable Kubernetes on a vSphere Cluster.