Softgridblog is going to MMS 2010 in Vegas, NV!

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Yesterday I received some very good news: my presentation proposal for the Microsoft Management Summit 2011 in Las Vegas NV was accepted!

From my submissions the session about App-V was selected (what else :-) ). My session abstract is already in the session catalog and can be found here.

BC34 - Application Virtualization Best Practices: Notes From the Field

Would you like to gain additional insight to the various best practices that other Application Virtualization customers are doing? This session will provide you with an opportunity to obtain insight from Application Virtualization MVPs with over 10 years of experience in the field. The objective of the session is to expose you to the numerous best practices, challenges and solutions that have been witnessed in the field in Application Virtualization.

About Microsoft Management Summit

If you are unfamiliar with MMS: it’s an event held by Microsoft in the US, which is all about the latest solutions for Desktop, Datacenter, Device and Cloud management. This year it will be held from 21-25 March in the Mandalay Bay hotel.

About 4-5000 IT professionals, from all over the world, come to this event which is focused around the Microsoft’s management products of the System Center family.

Top attending countries other than the US are normally Canada, Denmark, UK, Sweden, Norway and the Netherlands.

It offers a week-long community-focused networking opportunity—with face-to-face access to Microsoft and industry IT management experts; from Birds-of-a-Feather sessions to Focus Groups, Speaker Q&A and invaluable peer-to-peer interaction.

The MMS 2011 Expo, featuring the Microsoft Experts pavilion, will host more than 60 sponsors and exhibitors showcasing their latest products, services and solutions.

If you are planning to visit MMS 2010 or you have good suggestions for my session, feel free to drop me a line.

If you haven’t registered for MMS 2010 you can visit the website: http://www.mms-2011.com

Maybe see you there!