And... that's a wrap! It's been almost two weeks now, and truth be told, I'm still playing catch up from VMworld 2016. This is my 13th VMworld event, and I always come home feeling like I am left wanting. No, not in a bad way, it just seems like I never have enough time to accomplish everything on my TODO list.
As vmworld 2016 comes to a close here is a wrap up of what you missed.
Liquidware Labs Graphics and User Lifecycle Managment presentation from vmworld 2016 at the nvidia booth.
While at VMworld 2016, VMblog takes part in a great customer case study discussion between Velostrata co-founder and CEO, Issy Ben-Shaul, and Velostrata customer, Sandisk. The pair discusses how Sandisk became a customer, the business problems they were trying to solve before working with Velostrata, the short and long term business benefits Sandisk has received by using Velostrata, and more.
Founded in 2014, Velostrata provides software solutions that give enterprises cloud workload mobility. Velostrata's founders realized that many of the issues that kept enterprises from adopting public cloud for production workloads centered around the risk, cost, time, and complexity of migrating storage. So, they asked the fundamental question, "why not decouple compute from storage?"
VMBlog stops by the Quali booth during vmworld 2016 and gets a demo of Cloud Sandbox, a DevOps Automation tool.
VMblog speaks with Vembu Technologies at their booth during VMworld 2016 to learn more and get a demo of their latest solution.
VMBlog speaks with Rick Vanover of Veeam at their booth during vmworld 2016. Rick gave us a demo of a new feature that reduced the backup time from 36 minutes down to 58 seconds.
VMBlog stops by the DataCore booth at vmworld 2016 and gets a look at their SANsymphony product.
VMBlog stops by the StratoDesk booth during vmworld 2016 and gets a demo of their "NoTouch" VDI Endpoint solution.