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Reading Time: 2 minutes During the VMworld US 2012 several new VMware products has been announced, starting from the VMware Cloud Suite 5.1 announce (from the first keynote) and the End User Computing vision (from the second keynote). The new Cloud Suite will introduce several improvements and new features (for a complete list see: Technical Whitepaper: What’s New in VMware vSphere 5.1 – Platform), some already discussed: The vSphere Web Client Enhanced vMotion VM replication in vSphere 5.1 (without SRM) VDP: the new backup product Networking and Security improvements No more vRAM entitlement (also for vSphere 5.0) Changes in prices and edition’s included […]

Reading Time: 1 minute VMworld keynotes where three this edition: Monday, August 27: Paul Maritz has shared how VMware is helping customers and partners thrive in the Cloud era and has also introduced Pat Gelsinger. New release products has been announced has also the dead of the vSphere 5 vRAM Entitlement. Then Steve Herrod has discuss and introduced the technology at the heart of the software defined datacenter. Watch Mondays General Session Tuesday, August 28: Steve Herrod introduce the End User Computing vision of VMware with also a great demo with Vittorio Viarengo. Then VMware partners take the stage to […]

Reading Time: 1 minute On Thu 30 August the  VMworld 2012 US has finally been finished. In the next days  the detail of the event! Actually the first info for the edition 2013: will be again at San Francisco.

Reading Time: 1 minute Officially the VMworld US 2012 starts today (but yesterday there was already the opening of the Hands-on labs and the Welcome Reception event). To follow the event on Twitter just use the hashtag #VMworld. It’s curios that on the same same is also scheduled a live event (important announcements on August 27) about VMware’s cloud strategy and solutions. It’s not clear yet if will be the same opening keynote, but sounds quite obvious that VMworld and this event will probably be officially launch the new Cloud Suite. So stay tuned on both sides!

Reading Time: 1 minute I’m boarding in my flight to San Francisco to the VMworld US 2012. This will be my first VMworld US (actually I’ve only attended to the VMworld EU edition and to one PEX) and I’m really curious and exited! I’ve already written about my expetaction and I hope that will be a great and intensive week. See also my previous post: VMworld US 2012 – More information VMworld US 2012 – Why attend One month to the VMworld US

Reading Time: 2 minutes To add more information to the previous post (One month to the VMworld US, VMworld US 2012 – Why attend and VMworld 2012 news) , there are several useful pointers. VMworld event: Registration will be at Moscone West Content Catalog VMworld USA 2012 all you need to know VMworld sessions by the numbers The Easier way to Use the VMworld Schedule Builder  VMworld 2012 Itinerary (great timeline) For Social & Events: VMworld 2012 Gatherings, Tweetups, Parties and Activities VMworld 2012 Blogger & Twitter Coverage Twitter contributor member lists for: San Francisco San Francisco Blogger List VMworld […]

Reading Time: 2 minutes The VMworld event is probably the most important virtualization event of each year. Considerations on why attend at the VMworld USA 2012 are quite the same each year (see VMworld Europe 2011 – Why attend). This event is a great opportunity for training and information with a lot of sessions (and note that is possible watch at them also later), but I see at least two good reasons to attend at this kind of events (and not only VMworld): Networking: meet and know people is invaluable. Sessions: but you cannot follow all of them, and […]

Reading Time: 1 minute There are at least two recent news for the VMworld 2012 events: VMworld 2012 US: the band has been announced and will be Jon Bon Jovi and The Kings of Suburbia. Note that is “only” Jon Bon Jovi and not the entire music group (Bon Jovi), that means no Richie Sambora, David Bryan and Tico Torres (from the original band). Anyway Jon Bon Jovi is the leader and the voice of the group… So it could give a good performance (I hope on ’80 years songs). For people that do no like his songs (or […]

Reading Time: 1 minute Today is the last chance to vote for the VMworld Call for Papers. This is just the public part for the selection of the CFP… The “private” part is only for some selected people. In order to vote, you will need a VMworld.com account. If you do not have one yet, you create one. If you already have a VMworld.com account please visit VMworld 2012 Call for Papers Public Voting. Actually there are a (lot of) good proposals, so just vote on what do you prefer. There is also my proposal (2430 How to Increase […]

Reading Time: 2 minutes On the VMware Community (in the Training & Certification area) has recently been confirmed that there are new VCDX4 defenses (for the original post see: VCDX Defenses at VMworld San Francisco and Barcelona 2012). So the Toronto defence will not be the last opportunity for VCDX4 certification (as written in a previous post) and is a good news for people involved in this kind of certification that require several time. Also I consider a good choice to permit the VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX) defenses at VMworld San Francisco and VMworld Barcelona. The travel expenses […]

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