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IN PICTURES: F5 Agility A/NZ 2014 day two (+35 photos)

IN PICTURES: F5 Agility A/NZ 2014 day two (+35 photos)

More highlights from networking vendor's annual conference in Australia

F5 Networks held a Bris Vegas themed dinner party at its Agility conference

F5 Networks held a Bris Vegas themed dinner party at its Agility conference

Networking vendor, F5 Networks, ran its Agility 2014 conference for two days at the Palmer Coolum Resort on the Sunshine Coast.

Highlights from the second day included a customer keynote by Michael Harte, group executive, enterprise services and chief information officer, Commonwealth Bank of Australia.

Kevin Bloch, Chief Technology Officer, Cisco Australia also came on stage to delivery a technology keynote.

The conference concluded with a "Bris Vegas" themed dinner for attendees, which was followed with access to gambling tables using mock money.

Patrick Budmar covers consumer and enterprise technology breaking news for IDG Communications. Follow Patrick on Twitter at @patrick_budmar.

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