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After (several months) the last CloudOps events, the CloudOps VMUG SIG will organize a new event on Ansible about IT Automation. Next CloudOps SIG Event: Ansible Tuesday, September 16, 2014 11:00 am, Central Daylight Time (Chicago, GMT-05:00) Tuesday, September 16, 2014 6:00 pm, Europe Summer Time (Berlin, GMT+02:00) Registration link

The CloudOps VMUG SIG is working on the next events and on-line sessions. Do you have a nice idea, an interesting technology or example or would you like to hear about something special (of course CloudOps oriented)? Just fill this Call For Paper module with your idea and suggestions in order to help the CloudOps SIG team in building a rich agenda for the next months.

After (several months) after the last CloudOps events, the CloudOps VMUG SIG will organize a new event on the integration between OpenStack and VMware Next CloudOps SIG Event: OpenStack & VMware | Tuesday, June 17, 2014 at 7:00PM (CEST) or 10:00AM (Pacific Time). This webinar will be similar to the presentation of Salvatore Orlando (VMware Engineer) at the previous VMUG IT User Conference. Salvatore Orlando will present (this time in English) also this time. Don’t miss him.

The next Wednesday #CloudOpsChat will discuss task vs. process automation with your CloudOps peers. Hosting the chat is CloudOps expert Rich Pleasants, Business Solutions Architect and Operations Lead for Accelerate Advisory Services at VMware. The #CloudOpsChat topics are: What business tasks or processes has your company successfully automated? When discussing automation, how do you determine whether you should automate a task vs. a process? Do you have people in your company whose primary role is automation? What technique do you use primarily for automation? Policy, orchestration or scripting? How does the blueprint concept impact your […]

After the launch event of this group, those are the events organized by the CloudOps VMUG SIG: CloudOpsSIG: Automated Development & Test in Private Cloud: Making it Work in Your World | Thursday, July 25, 2013 CloudOps Survey Findings: A Live Google Hangout Panel Discussion | Tuesday, July 30, 2013 VMworld US 2013: Tuesday, August 27 For more info about the VMUG SIG see also this post.

The VMware Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are some special VMUG groups that differs from geographically local groups by this key points: are topic oriented (and not geo-localized), are globally (worlwide), are almost virtually (with limited face to face meeting) and are interactive at each level (learn from peers, partners but also from VMware). Within these SIGs, members can connect and collaborate through topic based global communities.

To better address member needs, VMUG is launching Special Interest Groups or SIGs. Within these SIGs, members can connect and collaborate through topic based global communities. Cloud operations is a wide and ever expanding field, and we hope to gain your feedback on the direction and focus of the CloudOps VMUG SIG during our first interactive webcast schedule on Thursday, June 27, 2013 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. CST (GMT -6:00).

How the new cloud era can/may change the role of the IT admin? Find out by joining a live twitter chat #CloudOpsChat on “The Changing Role of the IT Admin” on Thursday, April 25th at 11am PT. The event will be co-hosted by: Nigel Kersten (@NigelKersten), CTO at Puppet Labs Andrea Mauro (@Andrea_Mauro), Co-Founder of VMUG IT

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