Tag Archives: events

AWS User Group UK (London), Hull and North (Manchester) Meetups

Once again apologies for the short break in posts. I’ve had a couple of trips and other events that have clashed with recent AWS User Group UK meetups, so I haven’t be able to do complete write-ups for the last couple of events as I haven’t been there at all in one case and for entire event in the second case. I am planning to consolidate the slides from the… Read More »

AWS Meetup # 1 | cloudninjablog

A good write up on the first meetup of a new AWS User Group that is being bootstrapped in Cambridge here in the UK. We’re looking for active AWS community members that might like to help to lead and run this user group, so please let me know if you are interested. via AWS Meetup # 1 | cloudninjablog.

AWS User Group UK Meetup #12 – re:Invent re:Cap

The twelfth meetup of the AWS User Group UK took place in London last Thursday evening. As usual, here’s a short write of the event for those of you that might have missed it for some reason. The theme of the event this time around was the recent AWS global customer education event, re:Invent, that took place in Las Vegas from 11th to 14th November. Our hosts for the event last week… Read More »

Taking EMC’s Executive Briefing Centre ‘on-the-road’ in South Africa

Avid followers of my twitter stream (do those actually exist?) will have noticed that I was in Johannesburg, South Africa, last week for a couple of days. I posted a few updates about the positive nature of the culture in South Africa, but I wanted to give a bit more detail than is practical in a few 140 character bursts, so I thought I would write a short post to… Read More »

VMworld 2012 Europe – What’s Hot for Service Providers

Another super-busy week at VMworld is almost done. As usual I’ve been hosting and spending time with a few of EMC’s Service Provider Partners at the event this year. Mostly running around like a crazy person trying to connect our partners with colleagues from EMC and VMware that that can help them with the  development of new services and in optimising their existing services. The conversation between Service Providers and… Read More »