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VMworld 2016 – Quick Takes on the Event and Announcements Part 2 of 2

Following on my earlier article, I wanted to cover a few more things about the VMworld event this year in Las Vegas. For the deeper technical announcements and some great overall event coverage, I recommend these blogs that are well worth the read: WRITTEN GOODNESS: Rene Van Den Bedem: https://vcdx133.com/?s=vmworld Julian Wood: http://www.wooditwork.com/?s=vmworld Dee Abson: https://teebeedee.org/?s=vmworld VIDEO GOODNESS: VMBlog: http://events.vmblog.com/vmworld-2016 …

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VMworld 2016 – Quick Takes on the Event and Announcements Part 1 of 2

Much like we’ve seen in recent VMworld events, there is a notable shift from launching platform releases during the event. Past VMworld events often features the announcement of something which is “available now for download”. This can be a dangerous precedent because of the tight coupling of product releases to event dates. Using dates and working backwards to develop features …

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TechForward Crash Course OpenStack Session at VMworld 2016

If you’re going to be at VMworld in Las Vegas, I’ve got a fun and informative set of demo sessions running for a new initiative called TechForward.  Please click on the link below to go to the Eventbrite page for the session. Join me on Wednesday August 31st at 2:00 PM PT to watch a demo of OpenStack, and to get …

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TechForward Crash Course Mesosphere DC/OS Session at VMworld 2016

If you’re going to be at VMworld in Las Vegas, I’ve got a fun and informative set of demo sessions running for a new initiative called TechForward.  Please click on the link below to go to the Eventbrite page for the session. Join me on Wednesday August 31st at 1:00 PM PT to watch a demo of Mesosphere DC/OS, and to …