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VMware vSphere in an OpenStack Environment

Scott Lowe (yes, that Scott Lowe) will be presenting on:

Title: VMware vSphere in an OpenStack Environment

Abstract: This presentation provides a quick and unofficial look at using VMware vSphere in OpenStack environments.

We are back at the Cisco Englewood office and you know what that means...door access fun.  If you arrive and the doors are locked then I (or another Cisco person) will be manning the door and letting you in.  If you are late, I will tape a contact number on the door and you can text me and I will come down and get you.  We are tight on room size at this facility (roughly 30 max) so you really need to RSVP if you plan to come and if you have a change of plans, PLEASE change your RSVP.

VMware is sponsoring food, Cisco is sponsoring drinks and the facility.

See you then.

Shannon and Scott

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Topic: OpenStack - Denver: Meetup 

Date: Thursday, October 24, 2013 

Time: 5:00 pm, Mountain Daylight Time (Denver, GMT-06:00) 

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Meeting Password: openstack 


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