Well this has crept up on us quickly this year! It’s time to vote for the VMworld Sessions that will be part of the US and Europe VMworld’s held later in the year. The Session Voting is more Session liking as you have the ability to mark multiple sessions as ones that you would like to see. Apparently there are 1900 odd sessions, however the voting site lists 1500 that where submitted and are listed in the Online Catalog.
]: I totally forgot that David Hill submitted a joint session
David Hill, VMware
Anthony Spiteri, Veeam
Service Providers globally are enthusiastically embracing hybrid cloud as both a way of reducing costs and improving the quality of service they provide to end customers. To achieve this, Service Providers are looking to VMware vCloud Air Network and Veeam to help them build a scalable cost effect cloud solution. In this session we will get into the details of the technology. We’ll focus on how these solutions are architected and what that implies in real-life implementations. A participant in this session will leave with a technical understanding of how to leverage technology to provide a successful cloud based storage service.
Session Type: Breakout Session
Track : Integrate Public Clouds
Integrate Public Clouds Subtrack: Leverage Hybrid Clouds
Market Segment: No Specific Segment
Session Audience: IT – All, IT – Operations, Technical Support
Product and Topics: vCloud
Technical Level: Technical – Advanced
Event Submitted For: Both
Having gone through the session catalog it’s pleasing to see the number of cloud and service provider content feature prominently again. NSX, vSAN and vCloud Director all have a number of decent sessions. Click below on the links to view the related sessions.
I was surprised with the number of sessions submitted for NSX-T, but there is obviously a lot of interest in the hypervisor agnostic NSX…along side the huge number of NSX-v sessions listed. AWS is mentioned in 51 sessions showing you another change of direction at VMworld and there is a decent amount of automation and container based sessions. It will be interesting to see what the final cut is and how those numbers look when the offical catalog becomes available.
As per the VMworld Session Voting FAQ Session Voting is open March 28 to April 16…which is a lot earlier than last years May 12 to May 26 voting period. So it’s not just me that thinks this has come around sooner than previous years.
VMworld 2017 registration goes live on April 4!