For all those that live and work in the Tampa, FL area, tomorrow evening from 6 – 8:30PM there will be the Tampa VMUG event. Tintri Storage is the main sponsor of the event and they will be presenting their storage solutions.
I will personally be presenting for VMware on “What’s New in vSphere 6.5” at the event as well. So if you live in the area, make sure you register for the event and attend. Even better the event is being held at the Tampa Brewing Company, what’s better than learning some great technology and trying some local beer!
Last Chance to Register: Tampa VMUG Meeting
Don’t miss your opportunity to attend the upcoming Tampa VMUG Meeting taking place on February 16, 2017, from 6:00 p.m to 8:30 p.m.
Registration is open and available to all VMUG members. This is a great opportunity to meet with your peers to ask questions, discuss trends, best practices, and the latest technology!
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