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This weekend marked the migration of people to and from San Francisco – VMworld2012 attendees were headed to SFO while Burners were heading out to Black Rock City. Knowing people in both camps, I thought it’d be fun to do a little comparison list.  Thirteen ways to look at Burning Man versus VMworld -- acronyms, bacon, clothing and more.

Burning Man

VS

VMWorld

MOOP, RFBM

Know Your Acronyms

VDI/VXI, SDN, CSR1000v, UCS-E

Rare for breakfast

Bacon

Your favorite v0dgeball team’s name.

Optional

Clothing

Business casual to jeans, NOT optional

Playa dust!

Cloud

Private, Public, Hybrid

You could get hit with embers if you run a little too close when the man burns.

Dangerous Communal Events

Don’t let your bum fall asleep sitting through too many keynotes.

Facemask, water, food

Don’t forget

ID, mobile devices, appropriate chargers

Can’t wait for the temple burn!

Excited for

Super Sessions: Cisco’s Unified Data Center Architecture: Innovations for a World of Many Clouds, Tuesday 3-4p Moscone S. Room 103

Altered states

Exploring

Virtual States

Gas masks

Filtration systems are important for

Colocation facilities

Code Alpha? Serious dust storms ahead, proceed at your own risk

Know the code: αβ

Beta Code? Barely tested code, proceed at your own risk

Yes

Livestream?

Yes++

Your camp

Meetup spots

Cisco Booth 1213

Your network may happen to go down, and you may not know for a few days.  Oops!

The Network

Your network can get better if you happen to visit our booth & ask to see the CSR1000v and the UCS-E Series demos

 Given this incomplete list of 13, what others would you add?

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