News: VMWorld 2009 Sunday Night Extravaganza

Are you heading to VMWorld 2009?  If so, you don’t want to miss a great community-based event the night before things kick off on  Monday.  I’m co-hosting the VMWorld 2009 Sunday Night Extravaganza with some close industry colleages, Theron Conrey of, John Avery, and Sean Clark of and the “Benevolent Dictator” over at

This is the third year for this event and it has grown by leaps and bounds.  The reason is because of the awesome sponsors; you can check them out here:

Please make sure that you RSVP for the event, that way you are automatically eligible for the awesome prizes that are being donated by our sponsors.  If you don’t RSVP, you’re out of luck.

So if you get into San Francisco early on Sunday and aren’t going to a vendor party, or have nothing else to do come hang out with the rest of us at The Thirsty Bear.  Check out the site here.

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I have been successful at delivering a consistent message for the past fifteen years to audiences from the C-suite to middle management, and that is in today’s ever-changing business climate, successful companies are those that create an enterprise that can effectively synchronize business and IT. By matching their company's evolving business needs to their IT environments, they can strike a balance across managing costs and risks, increasing value and quality, and enhancing business agility.

By using people, process, and technology I have helped IT organizations through the transformation into a fundamental enabler for the enterprise. Through this transformation, the enterprise shifts from a series of disjointed business units with isolated, manually connected applications to one that has distributed, integrated business processes that connects with trading partners and is supported by a common, shared infrastructure.

It is an evolutionary path, not revolutionary transformation and this type of enterprise is not bought but built. This is what I have dedicated my career to helping companies understand.

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