Events and Webcasts
The VTUG Winter Warmer 2014 held at Gillette Stadium was our most successful yet!! Member after member (over 1500 registered!!), sponsor after sponsor, continue to rave about the success of the event. We are very grateful to our participating sponsors and our members for making it all possible and continuing to grow the New England VTUG chapter. Please keep in mind that VTUG events are all about our members so please let us know how we can improve and what you would like to see in upcoming events.
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Brad Anderson, VP of Windows Server and Systems Center was a keynote speaker at this year’s Winter Warmer.
Chris Harney and Tony Asaro discussed the value of a multi-hypervisor universe.
Read Tony Asaro’s latest blog: Storage Performance: The Next Transformative Stage
Gridstore: Optimized Storage for Hyper-V.