So those of you who read my VMworld 2013 US round up will already have read about all the juicy bits that was announced in San Fran..... basically vSphere/vCloud 5.5..... The keynote session by Pat Gelsinger pretty much repeated a lot of what was announced in the US, with a little bit of juicy extras … Continue reading VMworld 2013 Europe – Day 1 Round Up
So, some clever person at VMware has built some awesome walk-throughs of a few of the new features/products that were announced at VMworld 2013. http://vmwarewalkthroughs.com/vCloudSuite5-5/ http://vmwarewalkthroughs.com/VSAN/ There's a solid walk-through of VDP, showing step-by-step overviews of: creating a backup job for a VM using web-client restoring a VM using web-client restoring a VM directly to … Continue reading VMware Walk-throughs
So VMworld 2013 has come to an end in the US..... and with no real big announcements, many people may have come away a bit disappointed. But as I mentioned in a previous post, "VMware-the-company" has gone through quite a bit over the past year or so.... restructuring/redundancies, new CEO, new focus..... so you can kind … Continue reading VMworld 2013 US ends…… so here’s my round up!
VMworld 2013 announcements - vCloud Suite So there are times when a blogger becomes just pure lazy (ie this is one of those times), so rather than regurgitate everything I've been reading today that came out of the first 2 days of VMworld, I thought it would just be far easier to link to a … Continue reading VMworld 2013 announcements – vCloud Suite
So with VMworld 2013 kicking off in San Francisco on Sunday, the internet (or at least the VMware community) are awash with what could be announced..... With it being the 10th Anniversary of VMworld, you would expect some big announcements to go alongside a big shindig......! However, from what I've read we might be in … Continue reading VMworld 2013 just round the corner!