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Fling Developer Spotlight- Nan Wang

VMware engineers come up with all the great ideas for Flings, and they do all the work for these tools whenever they can squeeze time into their busy schedules. In addition to the quarterly Flings trend blogs I post, I am going to spotlight some of our Fling developers so you can meet the amazing […]

VMware EVO SDDC Overview- White Paper

At VMworld 2015, VMware launched a new product called EVO SDDC that is designed to deliver an integrated Software-Defined Data Center (‘SDDC’) solution. It dramatically simplifies how enterprises and service providers procure, build, deploy, and operate software-defined data centers, helping customers rapidly provision applications and services at the data center scale. This white paper is […]

Office of the CTO at VMworld Europe

With VMworld US securely under our belt, VMware’s Office of the CTO has been forging forward with preparations for VMworld Europe this month. Will we see you in Barcelona? If the answer is yes, take a few minutes to review where to find us on site. VMware’s Office of the CTO Booth: Don’t forget to swing by […]

VMware Virtual SAN: The Software-Defined Storage Platform of the Future

This week at VMworld 2015, we announced Virtual SAN 6.1, the third-generation of VMware’s hyper-converged infrastructure for VMs. With this release, we are introducing several major enhancements and new capabilities, including support for the latest generation of storage devices, new availability and disaster recovery features, and advanced management and serviceability tools. These capabilities build on […]

Destination Give Back at VMworld

I’m back at VMworld 2015. Amongst the keynotes, breakout sessions, and Hands-on Lab, as I look around VMworld, I see a buzzing ecosystem of VMware customers, partners, employees and fans. This morning, when I walked into Gen Session to hear Yanbing Li, I saw that Destination Give Back has returned this year to VMworld – […]

NSX at VMworld 2015

I finished off 2014 with a round of predictions about the future of network virtualization, and now I find myself preparing my VMworld® 2015 session on a similar topic. So as a preview of what I’ll be talking about in a few days (and later on at VMworld Europe), I thought it would be worth looking […]

Research and High Performance Computing at VMworld US

There will be a High Performance Computing in Research and Data Analytics Roundtable session held on Monday evening in conjunction with VMworld US in San Francisco. This session is a part of the Government & Education Roundtable Series and is intended primarily for those customers. Seating is limited and registration is required. Registration is here. […]

Office of the CTO at VMworld

The Office of the CTO here at VMware has been busy preparing for VMworld US later this month. Will you be joining us in San Francisco? If so, make sure you check out some of our happenings onsite. We’ve got some can’t-miss technical sessions on the docket from our people– check them out, add them […]

VMworld Fever Begins

Roughly nine years ago I attended my first VMworld. It was VMworld Europe; I had applied to be our company’s representative in years before that as well but wasn’t selected. You can imagine that when I was selected I was ecstatic. The experience, well, I felt like a little kid who visits Disney World (or […]

VMware and Docker – Better Together

Today at VMworld 2014 I have the pleasure of co-presenting with Ben Golub, Docker CEO, on our joint container strategy. Our session, “SDDC3350 – VMware and Docker – Better Together,” will run on Monday from 5:30-6:30 and on Tuesday from 12:30-1:30. For more insight into the work that we are doing with containers, I encourage […]