As you all know, VMworld took place in Barcelona last month. During this event, VMware made a series of announcements regarding its three strategic initiatives – software defined datacentre (SDDC), hybrid cloud, and end-user computing (EUC). My company is currently holding a series of webinars in November covering VMware and complementary parter offerings, and I've been asked … Continue reading MTI Webinar Series – VMworld Update Session
Well I was planning on posting this on Thursday night, but after the flight back to Gatwick, the drive home and the unpacking, I was just too knackered to sit in front of my laptop and write a blog entry...... yesterday I got bogged down with sorting out some stuff for work which means I'm posting this update … Continue reading VMworld Europe 2014 – Day 3 round up
So Day 2 draws to a close.... and it's been a really tiring few days for me... more so than last year! Maybe it's just me getting old! I kinda did a half-ass job of my update for Day 1 - mainly because it was very late and I was very tired. At some point … Continue reading VMworld Europe 2014 – Day 2 round up
So as a partner I had the opportunity to attend VMworld a day earlier than the general public.... which means I was at VMworld on Monday for a full day of partner breakout sessions. Apart from the Partner General Session (which was taken by Carl Eschenbach as Pat Gelsinger had transportation problems), I pretty much … Continue reading VMworld Europe 2014 – Day 1 round up
So with VMworld 2014 kicking off in the US this weekend, I thought it fitting to blog about what I would love to hear coming out of San Francisco.VMware have always been tight-lipped regarding what they will be announcing! However, there’s always just enough that can be found online to allow you to make an educated … Continue reading VMworld 2014 – what I’d like to see…….