Sean Collins on 28 Jul 2009 18:46:16 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] Upcoming PLUG North Virtualization Roundtable - KVM and Virtualbox experts wanted!


I do have experience running the FreeBSD port of Virtualbox, if that  
is any help. I have not used it in a professional environment because  
I use Xen.

On Jul 26, 2009, at 3:43 PM, Elizabeth Krumbach wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> First off, I want to mention that PLUG North has moved from the second
> Monday of the month to the second Tuesday. It will still be held at
> Coredial in Plymouth Meeting. Huge thanks to them and directly to our
> contacts there: Danita Fries for all her work hosting this past year
> and to Kevin McAllister who will be taking over as our host moving
> forward.
> Secondly, we have a Virtualization Roundtable planned for PLUG North
> on Tuesday, August 11th. The meeting will essentially be a guided
> discussion on the following:
> 1. Quick overview: What is Virtualization?
> a. Discussion, Questions
> 2. When virtualization is a good idea and when it's a bad idea
> a. A presented list of commonly accepted reasons
> b. Discussion, Questions
> 3. Overview of technologies out there
> a. Quick blurb from each expert we have attending, including their
> strengths and weaknesses
> b. Discussion, Questions
> 4. Open questions and discussion
> So far we have someone who can talk on Xen, someone who can talk on
> VMWare, and a couple of people who have experience with multiple
> virtualization technologies so we are ready to cover the technologies,
> but what I'd really like to have are people who can specifically
> discuss and answer questions about KVM and VirtualBox. Please let me
> know if you are such a person who'd be able to attend and fill one or
> both of these roles.
> Thanks!
> -- 
> Elizabeth Krumbach // Lyz // pleia2
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Sean Collins

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