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It was a great, great, great, great Hyper-V.nu event
The 16th of April 2013 was a really great day for the Hyper-V.nu crew. After a couple of months of preparation we were all looking forward to this next Hyper-v.nu event. It was exciting also… Will all subscribers visit the event, will the visitors like the location, the lunch and the sessions, and so on.
Now some days after the event we can conclude that everything was great. Amply 100 visitors has visit the event, the visitors were really satisfied about the location, the reception, the lunch, the coffee, the presenters, the presentations actually about the whole event! ….and that’s great to see and hear!
A special word of thanks to VX Company, they facilitate a great location and were very hospitable. Also many thanks to the sponsors: Amsio, Comparex, Duvak, Imara ICT, Inovativ, Savision and Wortell.
Then our ‘Beast from Belgium’ Didier van Hoye aka WorkingHardInIT. Still suffering from a jetlag he came over to the Netherlands and present a top session, with deep technical content and a good sense of humor! Thank you Didier!!
Last but not least we thank all visitors for this great event, you all made this a great success.
The presentations are online and you can find them on the following locations:
- NIC Teaming and Converged Fabric – Marc van Eijk
- Cluster Aware Updating – Maarten Wijsman
- Make your VM mobile – Hans Vredevoort
- The way you can deploy Hyper-V – Peter Noorderijk
- Advanced networking capabilities – Didier van Hoye
See you all on our next event!
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