Tag Archive: VMworld

Oct 31

VMware: Was VMworld Barcelona a swan song or a Rally to Arms?

VMware’s VMworld conference season is now over. Its Barcelona shindig has just finished and everybody has flown home, is flying home, or is winding down on the beaches of the Catalonian coast pending the upcoming OpenStack summit. I did not attend the Las Vegas event; however, from what I have gathered from speaking to folks who attended and …

Continue reading »

Sep 23

It’s the lead up to VMworld Barcelona

VMworld Las Vegas 2016 could not have come at a worse time for Californian Dude VMware, being as it was just before the September 7th nuptials of their New England Daddy EMC and the Texan Dell. (see what I did there) There are many saying as usual that the writing is on the wall for …

Continue reading »

May 10

VMworld Session Voting is now Open!!

The Voting is open This year there are a record 1164  sessions that you can vote for and if you vote for any, vote for Session 1843 – why I hear you ask? Well to be fair it is a shameless plug 🙂 but that aside, where else are you going to get Forbes Guthrie, …

Continue reading »

May 19

VMworld 2010 – the time to chose is upon us

This year in a change to the normal schedule,  we mere mortals are being allowed a chance to chose some sessions for VMworld.  Can you feel the power of democracy at work.  Now many who follow me on twitter @tom_howarth will  be aware of my position on Cloudworld 2010,  I personally believe that there is …

Continue reading »