Free Live Webinar with David Davis and Solarwind’s Josh Stephens about VMworld

by David Davis on September 7, 2010

On Thursday, September 9, 2010 I will be participating in a LIVE Webinar (who talked me into this “live” thing?) with Solarwind’s “head geek” Josh Stephens. All kidding aside, we will be talking about some very serious and interesting topics, primarily Virtualization Trends, Virtualization Best Practices, and what was new at VMworld 2010. Also, we’ll be covering…

  • How organizations are managing virtual infrastructure capacity planning & forecasting
  • Tools for managing VMware® environments and how they’ve evolved
  • Best practices and recommended training for managing virtual environments

Don’t miss this opportunity to talk LIVE with myself and Josh (known as “the geeks” for this webinar). Attendees will get a copy of SolarWinds’ latest FREE TOOL, VM Console. (registration link below)

Here is who you’ll be talking with…

Josh Stephens is Vice President of Technology – a.k.a. the Head Geek – at SolarWinds where he plays an integral part in the development and delivery of award-winning IT management products. When he’s not busy lending a hand in the development aspect of the business, he can be found twittering, blogging, hosting the Geek Speak webcast series on IT management best practices, discussing the latest technologies with SolarWinds partners, or providing helpful network troubleshooting and monitoring tips.

Guest Geek: David Davis CCIE #9369, vExpert, VCP, CISSP, MCSE

David Davis is a VMware Evangelist and vSphere Video Training Author at He has achieved CCIE, VCP,CISSP, and vExpert level status over his 15+ years in the IT industry. David has authored hundreds of articles on the Internet and 9 different video training courses for including the very popular vSphere video training package. Learn more about David at his blog VMwareVideos or on at davidmdavis and checkout a sample of his VMware vSphere video training course from!

REGISTER HERE to watch the live video discussion!

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S K Reddy 12.30.10 at 4:44 am

Thanks for the sessions.

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