Canberra vMUG is back!

The first meeting of Canberra vMUG since COVID started is locked in for the 30th June. Come and join us for an info session followed by an informal chat over food and drink (provided).


Time Activity
2:30pm Guest Arrive food on arrival
3:00pm vMUG introductions and summary
3:15pm How to accelerate cloud migration with VMware Cloud on AWS
including Capabilities and features, technical demo, Q&A

Presenter: Greg Vinton - Lead Technologist VMC on AWS
3:50pm Debrief and general vMUG questions.
4:00pm Chat over drinks


MeetUp :

vMUG website :


AWS VMC cloud socks!

Location: Interim University House - 3 Rimmer St · Canberra  

How to find us:

Just off Barry Drive in the city near ANU.

Best parking options are City park west and Marcus Clarke Car park, the underground car park next to it. The entrance is on the very left when facing the building near the food co-op. There should be vMUG members there to aid you.

Detailed information on briefing:

Government agencies are facing an ever-urgent need to deliver seamless citizen experiences, while maintaining high levels of security and risk management. However, challenges around fixed budget planning cycles and slow infrastructure modernisation often hold back teams and projects – while inconsistent infrastructure leads to ever increasing risks, costs and complexity.

Join us to for a technical deep dive on how the IRAP assessed VMware Cloud on AWS solution that provides the hardened security and production-grade capabilities that agencies require to unlock new business value and build scalable architecture to deliver better citizen experiences.

During this session, we will lift the hood on the technology and show you how government agencies have successfully migrated applications to the cloud without refactoring or re-architecture while providing the same architecture and operational experience – on or off-premises.

Presenter: Greg Vinton

Greg Vinton is a Lead Technologist at VMware, with a key focus on Cloud and helping customers build, migrate and run their hybrid applications leveraging VMware technologies.

vMUG Committee:

James Thom, Anthony Brown (author of this blog)