Trip is booked and I’m leaving on Sunday for VMworld 2017 in Barcelona, woho!
I’ll be blogging each day and I’ll try to include pictures and information for those not able to attend.
A lot of exciting sessions, I can’t wait to hear more about Horizon in the Public Clouds or the exciting breakout sessions about the Digital Workspace, Security Transformation and especially the many roundtable sessions. If you are curious about the sessions check out the tracks here.
Looking forward to meet up with many of you, and hitting up vendor booths and just theory-crafting ideas, and concepts to come.
If you are going to VMworld 2017 next week and want to meet up, hit me up on here, message me on Twitter or LinkedIn.
If nothing else make sure you’re signed up for the variety of events available after hours. If you know me you call me or mail me. You got my digits.
Stay tuned for my updates on VMworld 2017 over on Twitter @UlvBjornsson and thanks for tuning in!
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