We’ve been working hard behind-the-scenes putting together valuable content, networking opportunities, and fun activities for VMworld 2020, our first-ever global digital event. (Missed our most recent blog posts? Catch up with the VMworld 2020 Digital Edition.) While we can’t spill the details […]
Fortunately, I’ve been able to attend the last 3 VMworld events in Barcelona but unless you are sponsored or your workplace pays for your ticket, the cost of attending the US event can exceed $2000 USD. That’s not including travel and accommodation either.[…]
Responding to today’s rapidly changing world with an innovative event on a globally diverse scale, VMworld captures the momentum and puts it within your grasp so you can accelerate your cloud journey. Transform networking and security for speed and flexibility. Deliver digital workspaces for amazing mobile experiences. Whatever you need to know, you’ll find the best information, tools, and partnerships to take IT—and your power to shape it—to the next level.
The VMworld 2020 Call for Proposals closing date has been extended to May 15 at 5PM PT. We hope this allows ample time for our employees, our customers, and partners from around the world to submit a CFP about a VMware topic they’re passionate about!
In the midst of a global pandemic, it’s refreshing to hear some of the good that companies around the world are doing to be a force for good. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we take a moment to highlight a few of the things happening at VMware that impact it’s employees, partners and The post vSpeaking Podcast Ep 152: VMworld Tech 4 Good appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
VMware is actively monitoring the ongoing developments of the COVID-19 outbreak and taking precautions to address the safety of our employees, customers, partners, vendors and others who attend VMware events. We are aware that many of you are working under extenuating circumstances and appreciate all that you do. In light of this, we are extending the VMworld 2020 US Call for
(To mark the end of the year we are posting every day through January 1 with lighter vSphere and VMware topics. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do. See them all via the “2019 Wrap Up” tag!) One of the big milestones every year in the VMware ecosystem is “VMworld Season.” The The post VMware Enjoys VMworld appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
After spending some time watching, digesting and then writing about Project Pacific Deep Dive updates from VMworld 2019, the next item on my to-do list was to get up to speed on VMware Tanzu, or to be more specific, Tanzu Mission Control. The reason I am being more specific is that VMware Tanzu is a broad portfolio of products and features which can be categorized into 3 distinct areas. These areas are Build, Run and Manage. The Build category related to initiatives taking place in the…Read More
I’m sure most readers will be somewhat familiar with VMware’s Project Pacific at this point. It really is the buzz of VMworld 2019. If I had to describe Project Pacific in as few words as possible, it is a merging of vSphere and Kubernetes (K8s) with the goal of enabling our customers to deploy new, next-gen, distributed, modern applications which may be comprised of container workloads and virtual machine workloads. Not only that, but we also need to provide our customers with a consistent…Read More
Guest blog by Gareth Edwards, Infrastructure Engineer and vExpert VMworld 2019 Europe was one of my favourite years yet. Not only were the announcements, sessions and workshops awesome – I actually got to see one of my personal heroes – the inimitable Bear Grylls. His motivational speech about tackling self-doubt and encouraging innovation was exactly […] The post VMworld 2019 Europe. If you missed it, there’s no need to miss out appeared first on VMware EMEA Blog.
“If I had to describe Project Pacific in as few words as possible, it is a merging of #VMwarevSphere and #Kubernetes”. says @CormacJHogan. But luckily he also made this Deep Dive 😉 #HCI #ProjectPacific
I’m sure most readers will be somewhat familiar with VMware’s Project Pacific at this point. It really is the buzz of VMworld 2019. If I had to describe Project Pacific in as few words as possible, it is a merging of vSphere and Kubernetes (K8s) with the goal of enabling our customers to deploy new, next-gen, distributed, modern applications which may be comprised of container workloads or combined container and virtual machine workloads. Not only that, we also need to provide our customers with a consistent way of managing, monitoring and securing these new modern applications. This is where Project…
The beautiful Spanish city of Barcelona played host to the annual VMworld Europe earlier this month, from the 4 to 7 November, with more than 13 000 people in attendance. The event was focused on showing attendees how to accelerate their cloud journey and building momentum around the rapidly-changing IT environment. The opening day kicked off […] The post VMworld Europe 2019 – A record-setting event appeared first on VMware EMEA Blog.
You don’t need to attend the big tech conferences to listen to some of the top minds in the industry sharing their thoughts. Here are a couple of sessions that should be obligatory viewing for anyone with Oracle products on their estate. Let’s be clear Oracle has some great products…Read More
I’m sure most readers will be somewhat familiar with VMware’s Project Pacific at this point. It really is the buzz of VMworld 2019. If I had to describe Project Pacific in as few words as possible, it is a merging of vSphere and Kubernetes (K8s) with the goal of enabling our customers to deploy new,
SD-WAN definitely made its mark in Barcelona last week at VMworld 2019 Europe! The show was a tremendous success and we’d like to thank all of our customers and partners for the continued support as we continue to extend our reach. We couldn’t be the leaders in the SD-WAN space without our extended VeloCloud family. If you were The post SD-WAN Made its Mark on VMworld Europe 2019 – A Recap appeared first on VeloCloud by VMware.