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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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TechForward.io – Crash Course in Mesosphere DC/OS VMworld Presentation

This year was a fun one at VMworld with lots of great presentations at the Turbonomic booth for me.  Part of this year’s content included something I’m building with my team called TechForward.io, which is designed to give today’s technologists a chance to learn about, and use, some forward leaning technologies. This is the TechForward presentation deck for my Mesosphere …

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TechForward.io – Crash Course in Kubernetes VMworld Presentation

This year was a fun one at VMworld with lots of great presentations at the Turbonomic booth for me.  Part of this year’s content included something I’m building with my team called TechForward.io, which is designed to give today’s technologists a chance to learn about, and use, some forward leaning technologies. This is the TechForward presentation deck for my Kubernetes …

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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 …