2020 Australia VMUG Virtual UserCon

2020 Australia VMUG Virtual UserCon

 Thursday, 30 July, 2020      

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Australia VMUG Virtual UserCon

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

At the Australia 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 VMUG communities in these areas. Countless VMware resources will soon be at your fingertips – be ready to log on and elevate your career!

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Keynote Speakers

Joe Beda

Keynote Speakers: Joe Beda & Bruce Davie


Joe Beda is a Principal Engineer at VMware. Joe arrived at VMware via the acquisition of Heptio, a leader in the cloud native movement and a company that he co-founded. Previously, at Google, Joe co-created Google Compute Engine and filed the first ever Kubernetes project commit. He remains a frequent contributor to the open source community.


Bruce Davie is a computer scientist noted for his contributions to the field of networking. He leads VMware’s technical community in Asia-Pacific and Japan, overseeing a broad team of system engineers, architects and technologists to drive strategy, technical innovation, and product quality.

Bruce joined VMware during the acquisition of Software Defined Networking (SDN) startup Nicira, where he was Chief Service Provider Architect. Prior to that, he was a Fellow at Cisco Systems, leading a team of architects responsible for Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS).

Bruce has over 30 years of IT industry experience and while involved in the Internet Engineering Task Force co-authored 17 RFCs. He was recognized as an ACM Fellow in 2009 and went on to chair ACM SIGCOMM from 2009 to 2013. Continuing his passion for collaboration and mentoring the next generation of talent, Bruce was also a visiting lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for five years. He is the holder of more than 40 U.S. Patents.




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