On Friday I got some very good news. If you remember a while back I asked everyone to take a look at the sessions I had submitted for considerations for VMworld 2011. The good news is that two of my sessions were accepted!
The first session is an updated of the one I did last year:
Cisco Nexus 1000v: Architecture, Deployment, and Management
I’m really excited to be doing this one again and have already started working on revamping it to make the flow better and provide more useful information. If you’re looking at deploying the Nexus 1000v in your environment please stop by and check it out!
The second session is:
A Deep Dive on Virtual Distributed Switching & Cisco Nexus 1000v
This will be a revamped version of the session I gave at the Regional VMware Summit in Charlotte, NC about a month ago. At the Summit I used a live lab so I’m working on some alternatives for that for VMworld…but I expect it to be a good discussion on how the dvSwitch and the Nexus 1000v compare in architecture, deployment, configuration, and management.
I want to just thank everyone that voted for my sessions and to those that had input on the sessions at this year’s conference. That can’t be an easy job. Many friends did not get invited to speak even though they had REALLY great session topics. Maybe we need to extend VMworld another 2 or 3 days!