17 May, 2016

VMworld 2016 public session voting

The content catalog for the upcoming VMworld 2016 in Las Vegas is live!
Session Voting is open to everyone. The only thing you need is a vmworld.com account to be able to participate. If you do not have a vmworld.com account, you can set one up for free.

So make sure you have a look at the content catalog, there are over 1500 submissions to vote for. You're vote does make a difference, it not only impact internal committee decisions, the VMworld 2016 program reserves space on the agenda (up to 5%) for “Customer Choice” Sessions.
Sessions with the most public votes will be guaranteed a spot for VMworld 2016.

And last but not least, if you are voting please take the following sessions in to consideration:

  •  A session submitted by a colleague and myself

Security as a Service inside Software-Defined Data Center with VMware NSX, Palo Alto Networks and Network Micro-Segmentation. A Technical Deep Dive. [9062]

  • Sessions submitted on a similar topic but from the business point of view

Thanks in advance for your time!

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