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Now that I’m back from the VMworld US 2015, I can point some takeaways from this trip and give my event’s impression. First to all why an European should attend at the US edition of the VMworld? Simply because this one is the real VMworld: huge, epic, a real American event! Probably too much big and too much crazy, but sometimes is nice feel and see the difference.

Like in 2012, this year I choose to attend at the US edition of VMworld. I like it in 2012, and probably I would like also this year. Is really different from the European one and sometimes (travels are too costly for European people) deserve a visit. This will be my second VMworld US and I’m really curious and exited! Will be also a VMworld without a new vSphere release (or I least I’ve not seen any beta)… things are changing… new products, new strategies! I’ve already written about my expectation and I hope that […]

Like in the past years, the VMworld 2014 session proposals could be voted with the public session voting phase of the CFP (from May 5 to May 18 at 11:59 pm PDT). I’ve not count all the sessions yet, but seems around to a number similar of past year (past year there were 954 proposals)… so really a lot of choice. Just choose the sessions that you think are valuable or the you would like to see.

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