Upon the completion of the VMworld 2017 conferences in Las Vegas and Barcelona, I find myself feeling very optimistic about VMware. The near-term demand appears to be favorable, and the partner communities are anticipating an acceleration well into 2018. As such, the partners are making go-to-market investments in VMware NSX, VMware vSAN, and the vRealize product suite.
See you at VMworld: I am finalizing my schedule and trying to clear my inbox in preparation for my flight out of town at the end of the week. My self and somewhere around twenty thousand of my fellow peers will all be arriving in Las Vegas, Nevada for VMworld 2017. I think the show this year, has the potential to be a very exciting and electric conference.
We are building tomorrow: VMworld 2017.
With the curse of the even year, VMworld is hitting me again. I have to unfortunately sit this one out, so it is with a little bit of sadness that I do this rundown of the day one keynote by Pat Gelsinger, …
This week, Citrix Synergy is being held in Las Vegas, Nevada. Not surprisingly, the most profound announcements at the event have centered around the Citrix-Microsoft relationship.
Next week, Citrix holds its annual Synergy conference in Las Vegas, officially starting with the keynote on Tuesday morning. The key variable that will determine Synergy’s success is Kirill Tatarinov, appointed the company’s president and CEO in January.