It’s been so busy since VMworld 2015 Europe that I’ve only just had the opportunity to view the Breakout Sessions that I couldn’t attend due to session clashes!
Strangely, although you’re told at each session that everything is being recorded, I don’t remember receiving any marketing material from VMware to say it was all up and running….. anyways, if you were at VMworld and wish to view the recordings (and maybe listen to yourself ask questions… like I did) then pop along to the Breakout Sessions on Demand website:
Worth noting that the previous VMworld sessions are also available on that website.
Note: You need the email address you used for VMworld registration in order to access the breakout sessions online!
Register now for the @VMware Online Technology Forum on 25th Nov, 09:00-13:30 GMT
Starting at 9am GMT on Wednesday 25th November , our virtual event boasts five technology led tracks – all helping to demonstrate how the One Cloud IT architecture can deliver any application on any device, quickly and securely.
VMware Open Sources @VMwarePhoton Controller For Container Users (via @InformationWeek)
VMware’s Photon Controller became open source code Nov. 16 in a bid to attract container users who wish to deploy containers with a microvisor.
Future of @VMware depends on its cloud-native strategy (via @TechTarget)
An SDN blogger evaluates the future of VMware, asking whether the company can hold onto market share using its ‘Cloud-Native’ strategy.
@VMware #vForum Online tomorrow! 9am – 2:15pm PDT 10 Reasons to Attend vForum Online 2015
If you weren’t able to attend VMware vForums in Washington DC, New York City, or Houston, you still have the chance to engage with experts and learn about the latest technologies, tips, and trends in the field at VMware vForum Online . At this half-day virtual conference, you will have the opportunity to gain the knowledge, insight, and tools to fulfill your 2015 IT goals and inspire innovation within your organization – all from the convenience of your desk.
So I had a customer ask me what was going on with vShield Edge and vCloud Networking & Security, and whether the products are still available or has NSX replaced them…. and what is with this vShield Endpoint feature?
Anyways, after explaining my take on vShield and vCNS I decided to do a bit more digging into vShield Endpoint and why there has been so much confusion with the product range regarding licensing, support, and availability of the products!
I came across this great blog post by Josh Townsend which pretty much explains the history behind vShield, vCNS and NSX and also talks about how you can deploy vShield Endpoint. Rather than me regurgitating what he wrote, I’ll advise you to definitely click through to his blog and have a read! Hopefully all will become clear!
What’s Trending in Flings – Third Quarter 2015 @VMware
As the VMware Flings Program Manager, it’s been great watching the program grow and see the wonderful feedback and reactions we get from customers. As the program has matured, we have gathered valuable metrics and are seeing interesting trends. We want to share that success with you, and keep you up-to-date regarding the newest and updated Flings. Each quarter, I’ll write about the trends we’re seeing in that quarter, as well as highlighting new and updated Flings. In 2010, the first year…Read More
How do vSphere integrated containers differ from other containers?
Now that VMware has debuted vSphere integrated containers, it’s important to explain how they differ from Linux containers and virtual machines.
“@VMware is an amazing company filled with very talented people” – Michael Dell
“We believe it is very important to maintain VMware’s successful business model supporting an open and independent ecosystem,” Dell said. “We do not plan to do anything proprietary with VMware as regards Dell or EMC, nor place any limitations on VWware’s ability to partner with any other company.”
Onyx For The Web Client (vSphere 6.0 U1) – Now Available
Everyone cheered when we released an updated Onyx fling that allowed users to finally record their actions in the vSphere Web Client. (you can read about what Onyx for the Web Client is, and how to install ithere:https://blogs.vmware.com/PowerCLI/2015/07/new-fling-onyx-web-client.html). There have been several people tell me that when trying to install it on Update 1 it […] The post Onyx For The Web Client (vSphere 6.0 U1) – Now Available appeared first on VMware PowerCLI Blog.