Today is the second day of VMworld 2015 in San Francisco. The general session started at 9AM for about one and half hours. Today’s topic includes desktop, networking, and 5 imperatives for digital business.
Today is the first day of yearly VMworld in San Francisco (strictly speaking, it started yesterday with reception party). The general session started at 10 AM for about one and half hours. Having been with VMworld for many times, I found this general session was pretty exciting with quite a few things worth sharing.
Last week was a pretty busy week with VMworld 2014 in San Franciso, followed by a long weekend during which some of us may be even busier. If you haven’t got chance to the conference, you can check out the recorded VMworld keynotes, and maybe later recorded break-out sessions.
While there were many announcements/news in the conference from VMware and other vendors. I think the following three are the most important ones.
Today is the first day of VMworld 2014 San Francisco. For the last 7 consecutive years, I have attended all the VMworld conferences in US, either as a speaker, booth duty staff, or normal attendee. This year is no exception. As always, I find the solution exchange is the best part of the conference, so I spent several hours in the reception party this afternoon. While enjoying the good food, I talked to quite a few vendors. When the party was over, I found I only finished two rows. So there are a lot more work tomorrow.
Last week was pretty exciting with VMworld 2013 in San Francisco. I sat through the keynotes and talked to many friends at VMware and partner community who showed up in the SolutionExchange where I spent most of my time. On Thursday I got a bit time to attend a few breakout sessions.
In first day keynote, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger laid out three imperatives for VMware: 1) Virtualization extended to ALL of IT; 2) Management gives way to automation; 3) Compatible hybrid cloud is ubiquitous. The keynote was centered around these three imperatives.
Today is day two of VMworld 2011 in Las Vegas. VMware CTO Steve Herrod got on stage with his technology deep dives into various products and new projects around the cloud story – “your cloud, own it.” Again this is based on my note and memory, and has not reviewed by anyone. Mistakes are all mine.
Today is day one of VMworld 2011 in Las Vegas. The most important part is of course the keynotes by CEO Paul Maritz and Co-President Carl Eschenbach. The following is based on my personal note and has not reviewed by anyone. All the mistakes and errors are mine and only mine.
As part of the VMworld #vMeetups in the Community Lounge, this developer/administrator (a.k.a. devops) meet up will take place on August 30th from 12PM to 1PM at VMworld Community Louge, located just outside the entrance to the solution exchange. Because it’s lunch hour, please feel free to bring your lunch.
This event offers you a unique opportunity to meet and network with other professionals who create or use VMware APIs and CLIs for integration and automation.
Last week was a super busy week for all the people involved in VMworld 2010 in San Francisco. Because I spent two hours driving to Moscone Center and back home, I didn’t write any blog after getting back totally exhausted. Now it’s time to get back to it.
I believe there are many blogs/news on VMworld in general. Let me get down to a much narrow part: VMware Sponsored open source vSphere Java API at VMworld 2010.
Thanks to the community, my presentation on vSphere API Best Practice went very well. It’s based on the top 10 best practices blog (part 1, part 2) I wrote early this year, with real world experiences shared with partner engagements. Two copies of my book were given away at the end of the presentation. Thanks to Pablo Roesch for getting the books!
After the presentation, I was invited to check out new products built on top of vSphere Java API. I cannot disclose all of them here because some are not yet on the poweredby page. Here are several companies I can publicly talk about:
The world’s largest conference in virtualization industry VMWorld is coming. It will take place in San Francisco August 30 to September 2, and in Copenhagen October 12 -14. There will be about 170 unique sessions in the US and 130 unique sessions in EMEA; this includes sessions from VMware employees, customers, sponsors, virtualization vendors and industry specialists.