Visit Zimbra at this year’s VMworld

By | August 3, 2010

We’re excited to be part of our first VMworld, where we’ll take center stage to showcase Zimbra products.

August 30-September 2 at Moscone Center, San Francisco
October 12-14, Bella Center, Copenhagen

VMworld is a great chance to keep up on the latest technology trends, with over 300 different breakout sessions and labs on topics like leveraging the cloud, virtualizing enterprise applications and managing the desktop as a service. It is also a great opportunity to meet with knowledge experts or join group discussions with peers and industry experts. And, you’ll hear presentations from VMware leaders along with outside guest speakers. Plus you won’t want to miss the band. Last year was Foreigner, can you guess who it is this time? (Hints: + 30 million records; 7 top Billboard hits).

Below is a list of the Zimbra activities that we have planned. If you have not already signed-up and you would like to attend this year’s event, click on any of the links below to get to the registration pages. We hope that you can join us at VMworld 2010!
Zimbra at VMworld 2010 TEX
Sessions

Breakout Speakers:

  1. “Lessons from the Cloud: How Application Clouds Are Evolving to Meet New End User, Administrator and Datacenter Trends” – John Robb PC8326
  2. “Zimbra and The Future for Mission Critical Apps in the Virtualized Enterprise” – Jon Dybik EA8210

Tech Exchange for Developers (requires additional registration):

  1. “Zimbra Deployment Best Practices, Virtual Application Benchmarking and Performance Versus MS Exchange” – Anup Patwardhan & Charles Windom ADD06
  2. “Developing and Deploying Custom Zimbra User Interface and 3rd Party Integrations” – Raja Rao ADD05

Education

Hands-On Lab Activities covering everything from an intro of the Zimbra Collaboration Suite to advanced server management. LAB05

Product Demos in the VMware Booth

Genius Bar (serving up knowledge on whatever you want to discuss)

Theater presentations

 
So come meet the team! It’s a great experience, not to mention some other good reasons you should go.
 
Zimbra at VMworld 2010


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