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    Hello VMUG Community,

    After our first virtual NYC VMUG meeting, we have listened to your feedback on what some of most frequent questions and topics have been and we are glad to bring to you a follow up to our first meeting around vSphere 7 topics (If you missed it, here is a recap - with a more in-depth discussion around vSphere 7 upgrades provided by VMware's Bob Plankers. In conjunction to this, our second presenter, Alex Fertmann, will discuss his experiences on how his budget home lab was build specifically focusing on vSAN implementations.

    We encourage everyone to have your cameras and audio ready to fully engage in this virtual event and looking forward on seeing new and familiar faces.

    Below are the details of the event:

    Date: 7/30/2020

    Meeting Agenda

    • 6:15 - 6:55 PM - Discussing vSphere 7 Upgrades - Bob Plankers, VMware
    • 6:55 to 7:00 - Break
    • 7:00 - 7:40 PM - vSan Homelab on a Budget, Alex Fertmann, Hofstra University
    • Open Q/A Session and #vBeers

    Registration can be found on using the link below:
    July 30th - NYC Virtual VMUG - Sign Up Now!

    Ivan Esquivel | Global Support Manager | Ayehu Automation | vExpert



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    Hello NYC VMUG!

    It's that time of the year again! The smell of dry erase markers, diagrams and whiteboards! I am proud to announce that the first NYC VMUG event of 2020 will be a Whiteboard session and have the privilege to have non other than 3xVCDX and Principal SE @VMware Office of The CTO Niran Even-Chen 
    as a guest. This event has always been popular to share ideas and go over anything in mind with your fellow community and present and learn from each other. Previous topics have including introductions to VMware, VCP/VCAP questions, NSX review, architecture discussions and more. This meeting has always been geared towards an open agenda and free flowing conversations and this is where many great conversations start.

    All levels are welcome and looking forward on seeing you there!

    Registration can be found on using the link below: