SQL Server with Mr. Denny

Jun 24 2015   6:00PM GMT

Why I WILL Be Speaking at @VMworld

Denny Cherry Denny Cherry Profile: Denny Cherry

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Back on June 17th, 2015 I posted about how I wouldn’t be speaking at VMworld 2015. Oh what a difference a week can make. Apparently that got the attention of some people at VMware, and I’m happy to report that now I will be speaking at VMworld 2015.

Now sadly I won’t be at VMworld for the entire conference as just before VMworld I’ll be in India at SQLServerGeeks Annual Summit just before. So VMworld is going to schedule my sessions for Thursday morning (thanks to the jetlag I’ll be up first thing in the morning without issue) as I won’t be able to get back to San Francisco until late Wednesday afternoon.

The two sessions that I’ll be giving will be a talk on SQL Server High Availability, and a second session on SQL Server Clustering and VMware VSAN. These should be some fun sessions as there’s a lot of new information coming out on both of these topics between now and when VMware comes around in September.

Personally I’m thrilled that I was able to work with the VMworld team and the fine folks at VMware to make it happen at this event. I’ve attended VMworld several times over the years, and I’ve always loved attending and I’m thrilled to say that I’m able to give something back to the event; and I look forward to meeting some great people at the conference.


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  • VMworld2015
    Hello Denny, Thank you so much for your kind words about our event. We're thrilled to hear you're going to be joining us in San Francisco this year. See you there!
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