Providence VMUG


Welcome to the Providence VMUG Community group

Join PVDVMUG to connect with other virtualization professionals in Southern New England and stay up to date on technology, flex your know-how or keep up on local events. Meetings are held generally three times a year in March, June and October; vBeers take place monthly with other social, awareness and community-give-back events taking place throughout the year. Watch this space or our social media options for events, announcements and updates.

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Are you a vendor looking to touch base with our area's virtualization professionals? 
PVDVMUG is made up of technology influencers, sponsorship at a local level is a perfect way to meet these individuals one on one. 

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  • Happy New Year! Reaching out to let you know we're starting our year off a little earlier than usual, and we'll be trying out a new format for our meetings. Meetings will be a more modest in scale - shorter, focused and regularly scheduled - no more afternoons ...

  • Cool - please keep us posted with how this works out for you. Also, I just sent someone your info in order to learn more about VDI. ------------------------------ Jeffrey Bain Providence VMUG ------------------------------

  • Update: Solved Going with the  Nvidia Tesla M10 32GB, I heard from a source that the Tesla M60 support is going to be dropped.  ------------------------------ Christopher Pancaro Network Administrator Exeter West Greenwhich School District West Greenwich ...

  • I am upgrading my Servers GPU Nvidia Grid K1s in our VMware Horizon environment. We are doing gpu pass-through currently providing out 1GB of Vram to each linked clone. We utilize the Adobe Suite and Solidworks programs, graphics are very important to ...

  • Good morning, I was wondering if anyone in the group had experiencing with VVols and if you can use it with a hyper converged infrastructure.  Our goal is we would like to setup two virtual machines which would be setup as a windows cluster and have access ...


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  • *** SAVE THE DATE ***

    Our first meeting of 2019 will be January 24 from 2:30PM to 5PM. New Year, new meeting format! Matt Bradford will be presenting vRealize Operations!