2020 Boston VMUG UserCon

Boston VMUG Virtual UserCon

 Tuesday, September 15, 2020      

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Boston VMUG Virtual UserCon

This event has been postponed for September 15, 2020

In just one day, you can virtually explore the newest VMware content and get connected with hundreds of IT professionals in the Boston area.
 

At the Boston VMUG Virtual UserCon, you will be surrounded by people who can not only make an impact on your day-to-day projects, but also on your future career. VMUG UserCons are created by VMware users for VMware users, and are FREE day-long events geared to empower you through education, training, and collaboration.

This year, we’re going virtual! From anywhere in the world, you will be able to virtually:

  • Connect with hundreds of VMware users in your area
  • Attend educational sessions on the latest industry trends and topics
  • Get an inside look at exciting VMware and partner products and services
  • Experience product demonstrations firsthand
  • Mingle with industry experts
  • And more!

This FREE, one-day virtual conference is brought to you by the Boston VMUG community. Countless VMware resources will soon be at your fingertips – be ready to log on and elevate your career!

Event Information

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Registration

Registration is now open! Register here today.
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Keynote Speakers

Lee Caswell

Keynote Speaker: Lee Caswell


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Vice President of Product Marketing, Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Business Unit, VMware 

Lee Caswell leads a team driving the customer adoption of new products. Lee joined VMware in 2016 and has extensive experience in executive leadership within the storage, flash and virtualization markets.  

Lee has a long history of promoting flash adoption as vice president of Marketing at NetApp and vice president of Solution Marketing at Fusion-IO. Prior to Fusion-IO Lee was a founding member of Pivot3, a company widely considered to be the founder of hyper-converged systems, where he served as the CEO and CMO. Earlier in his career, Lee held marketing leadership positions at Adaptec, and SEEQ Technology, pioneers in storage sub-systems and non-volatile memory. He started his career at General Electric in Corporate Consulting.  

Lee holds a bachelor of arts degree in economics from Carleton College and a master of business administration degree from Dartmouth College. Lee is a New York native and has lived in northern California for many years. He and his wife live in Palo Alto and have two children. In his spare time Lee enjoys cycling, playing guitar, and hiking the local hills. 

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