Posts Tagged ‘ VMworld 2010 ’

The Consolidation Continues: VMworld 2010

October 1, 2012
By
DataCenterVirtualization

Continuing the trip down memory lane with the Class of VMworld 2010

Read more »

VMware rethinks it plans for a mobile hypervisor

October 19, 2010
By
VMware rethinks it plans for a mobile hypervisor

In a surprising about-face VMware has stepped back from its previously announced plans to release a type I hypervisor in support of its bid to address the mobile hypervisor market. Instead at VMworld 2010 in San Francisco during Session DV7701 "Embracing Employee-Owned Mobile Phones - The Why and How", Stephen Deasy (Director, R&D, VMware) and…

Read more »

VMware positions for the future around vFabric and vCloud

September 3, 2010
By and

Looking in from 5000 miles (no I didn’t make it to VMworld this year), the two most significant announcements involved the consolidation of VMware’s bulging product lines into clearly-defined vFabric and vCloud strategies, which are respectively PaaS and IaaS plays that compete feature-wise with the established market leaders.

Read more »

VMworld: Security Buzz

September 2, 2010
By

Nearly everyone I talked to at VMworld was buzzing in some form about Virtualization Security. Everyone has picked up on the pre-show buzz from VMware, Trend Micro, HyTrust, and every other security vendor. This week will tell. There are announcements about security, keynote sessions that include security, and more than a few sessions about security.…

Read more »

Preparing for the VMworld Pilgrimage

August 12, 2010
By

The countdown is on for one of the biggest virtualization conferences of the year, VMworld 2010 in San Francisco. I have been lucky enough to be able to attend all the VMworld conferences from 2005 on and the 2009 VMworld Europe in Cannes, France. These shows are pretty big and jam packed full of people,…

Read more »

Featured Solutions