Deep Dive Day 2014 is Just Around the Corner

There is still time to sign-up for Virtualization Deep Dive Day 2014 on March 12th. This has been a great day to Network with peers, learn about new products in virtualization, as well as network with some very bright folks. 

I am going to be talking about important features in Hyper-V 2012 and 2012 R2 that really matter to administrators and how the can be practically used in your environment.  As always there will be lot of demos and time to chat before or after one-on-one.  

You can register HERE.

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The Sixth Annual Virtualization Deep Dive Day 2014

An event for Information Technology Professionals

Event location: Date: Wednesday, March 12th

Microsoft Time: 8:00AM – 5:00PM

4th Floor, Multi-Purpose Rooms Information and Registration:

One Cambridge Center (1CC) http://www.virtg.com/DDD2014

Cambridge, MA. 02142 Morning snacks and lunch are free.

Deep Dive Day 2014 is a multi-track event put on by the Virtualization Group Boston (VirtG). Experts from around the country will be providing great technical talks covering every form of virtualization. Also, visit with industry leading vendors in the exhibition area.

Whether you are new to virtualization or want the technical details on the latest for server, desktop, application, networking, security and storage virtualization, plus "The Cloud", you don’t want to miss this event. Refer to the schedule below for all the great breakout sessions.

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