Calling all New England VMUG members, guests, and potential sponsors, as of Friday evening, there are still plenty of tickets available for the upcoming VMunderground BPaaS (Beantown Party as a Service). I’ll be there and I hope to see you there as well. Following are the announcement details from VMunderground:
VMunderground is happy to announce that we’ll be helping throw a virtualizaiton community bash with the Tech Field Day 6 crew!! If you are in the Boston area or local enough to Fenway, mark your calendars for Thursday night, June 9. It will be the mother of all FCoTR user group meetings!! Planning a dance fight for FCoTR supporters versus the FCoAC (Avian Carrier) supporters. It will be spectacular!
Seriously, it’s on. It’s happening. And their will be a big giant green monster involved. Tech Field Day has the EMC Club at historic Fenway Park in Boston and TFD is opening up the event attendence to VMunderground! We have around 100 seats we’re looking to fill. If you’re in the Boston area this night clear your calendar and sign up for a ticket and get ready to bring your “A” game to the VMunderground BPaaS (Beantown Party as a Service).
If you’ve had the fortune of attending a VMunderground WuPaaS (Warm-up Party as a Service) at the last two VMworlds, you know that VMunderground is a blast. Some of the smartest virtualization minds in the world, best sponsors, and always some good food, brews and conversations. We’re currently rounding up some great sponsors to help support this community focused event. Stay tuned to learn more about this awesome opportunity to rub elbows with Boston’s finest vPeople and the Tech Field Day crew.
If you’re interested in sponsoring the first installment of BPaaS, please contact Theron Conrey and Sean Clark at email@example.com (parent company of VMunderground). We have a few slots open for sponsorship, but speak up soon to reserve your spot.
ATTENDEES: Please note, this is NOT the VMworld party. This is a first-time joint collaboration with Tech Field Day and you should probably live within Boston area before committing to this event. VMunderground rocks, but not maybe not enough to fly into Boston for.
TICKETS: Tickets go on sale in two 50 ticket batches: Friday, May 27 at 4 PM Eastern time. And the evening of Monday, June 6. There will be 100 tickets. When they’re gone, they’re gone. Watch twitter or this site for more info. @vSeanClark and @TheronConrey are a good place to start.