In only a few weeks from now the biggest one-day VMware related event will take place. On March 19th the annual NLVMUG UserCon will be held in Utrecht.

What is VMUG?

The VMware User Group is an independent, global, customer-led organization, created to maximize members’ use of VMware and partner solutions through knowledge sharing, training, collaboration and event.

The NLVMUG is part of the global organization and organizes the event in The Netherlands autonomous, and have been doing this for over a decade. The UserCon in The Netherlands benefits from an active community and grown to the largest VMUG event globally.

Why Attend?

The NLVMUG UserCon is often referred to as “the next best thing after VMworld” or even better ”A one-day VMworld”. You can find VMware representatives, both technical and commercial. Find multiple VMware partners like Veeam, Zerto, Rubrik, 10 Zig and training companies like Global Knowledge. The event is the perfect moment to keep in touch with the community and share knowledge with like-minded from different companies. Or get tips from the experts on becoming a VCDX during the VCDX workshop.

Why do we think NLVMUG is important?

We at ITQ believe that sharing knowledge is really important. So, we contribute to the event with knowledge and sessions. If you have questions, find one of the ITQ guys in their famous Orange polo’s 😉

The organizations selected multiple community sessions hosted by itq-ers;

  • “App modernization in a Multi-Cloud World” – What’s in it for us
  • Code Management with Git
  • Tales from the trenches: introducing K8s, Cloud Foundry, DevOps and Agile in enterprise IT
  • Mastering Voodoo: Building AI platforms on vSphere
  • PKS with NSX-T integration
  • Automate your NSX-T environment with PowerShell
  • VMware Cloud on.. What’s Next?

It makes us proud that our colleagues spent their time on sharing their knowledge within the community.

So if you want to know more about Tanzu, Pacific, vCF, VMC on AWS, PKS, NSX-T or other emerging (VMware) technologies join us on March 19th. You can find more information about the event and register at www.nlvmug.com.

Dennis Hoegen Dijkhof

Author Dennis Hoegen Dijkhof

I work for ITQ since 2002, after 15 years of working as a technical consultant and architect I made the switch to team manager. As a team manager, I can use my experience to help my colleagues and costumers getting the most out of themselves and technology. To share my passion and knowledge I’m active within the VMware community and I’m a member of the Netherlands VMUG leadership team (NLVMUG). To me the success of technology is defined by people.

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20 February 2020