Microsoft heads to VMworld 2010; kicks things off with TweetUp party

VMworld 2010 kicks off tomorrow and the Microsoft Virtualization Team is headed to San Francisco to take part.


If you’re able to join us at VMworld, please feel free to stop by booth #1431 and say hi. Blink and you’ll miss us, though, so we’re making up for it with a good party tonight (Monday) Aug. 30 from 7-10 p.m. Pacific. Join Mike Neil, Edwin Yuen, other members of the Microsoft Virtualization Team and some of the folks from Citrix at Thirsty Bear Brewing Co. in downtown San Francisco.


More information (including a link to RSVP) can be found via the online twitvite, or follow the conversation from home using the hashtag #msTweetUp.

For those unable to attend in person, however, you can still keep up-to-date with Microsoft news from VMworld virtually:


·        Visit the VMworld 2010 event tab for all relevant background materials and event news, including customer case studies, analyst reports, Twitter handles of our Microsoft Virtualization team members attending the conference and more.

·        On Aug. 31 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (Pacific), ask Microsoft virtualization and cloud expert @edwinyuen a question on Twitter using the hashtag #vmworld

·        Stay tuned to the Virtualization Team Blog and STB News Bytes for event observations and on-the-ground insights from the Microsoft virtualization team.