The VMworld 2016 conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, gave a great deal of attention to both NSX and security this year. While walking around the Solution Exchange floor, I had the opportunity to stop and talk with Tufin about its Tufin Orchestration Suite, which orchestrates security polices across complex, hybrid cloud, and physical environments.
My thoughts and take away’s from the VMworld 2016 Conference at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas Nevada. First let me say that Las Vegas knows how to really cater and the conference food this year was an absolute joy and a succulent treat when in comparison to the past years the conference has been in San Francisco. No box lunches this year and that was such a “huge” change that the conference food gets the first shout out about the conference.
VMworld 2016 has officially begun, kicking off with Pat Gelsinger’s keynote presentation at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Some events have been taking place over the weekend, but I consider the keynote to be the true starting point …
In case you have not heard the news, Microsoft recently announced that the company is open sourcing PowerShell and will be bringing PowerShell to both Linux and OS X. Actually that is just part of it in that it is not just PowerShell that Microsoft has open sourced, but rather the .NET framework as well as the PowerShell Editor Service and making it available for Linux and OS X at the PowerShell GitHub repository.
Time for the annual pilgrimage, although this year is a little different in that the destination this year is The Mandala Bay Hotel in Las Vegas Nevada for VMworld 2016. After several years of San Francisco hosting the pilgrimage, we finally get a change of scenery. With the change of scenery this year, comes some changes in the advice for this year.
Can you believe that we are over half way through the year 2016? With summer in full swing and VMworld 2016 right around the corner I thought it would be worthwhile to take a look at how VMware is doing so far this year with some mid-year insights.