• Mega Series 2022

    Mega Series 2022

    This series of interviews will cover 6 topics and will be starting in June 2022 Read More
  • VMware Explore 2022

    VMware Explore 2022

    Check out our online coverage from VMware Explore 2022 | Aug 29 - Sept 1 Read More
  • VeeamOn 2022

    VeeamOn 2022

    Check out our online coverage of VeeamOn 2022 taking place on May 16 - 19, 2022 in Las Vegas. Read More
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August 05, 2022

Are you interested in learning more about topics like data management and data protection? Here's your chance to do just that. The VMblog Mega Series is the perfect series for you! As part of the Mega Series, over the next few months, you'll hear from a number of industry experts and leaders across multiple topics to help you make important decisions within your own organization.

In this episode, VMblog is joined by industry expert, Krishna Subramanian, President and COO at Komprise. Komprise is a provider of unstructured data management and mobility software that frees enterprises to easily analyze, mobilize, and monetize the right file and object data across clouds without shackling data to any vendor. With Komprise Intelligent Data Management, you can cut 70% of enterprise storage, backup and cloud costs while making data easily available to cloud-based data lakes and analytics tools.

Watch and learn as she provides a quick overview on Komprise and then dives deep into the subject of unstructured data. Find out more about Komprise and where things are headed into 2023. Hear about the most common use cases and the value added by Komprise. And find out about the biggest challenges being faced by their customers, and about the challenges facing enterprise organizations in using cloud-based data lakes, AI and Machine Learning tools.

Subramanian also explores how a company can mitigate those challenges by leveraging affordable analytics platforms and generate new value from data. We also explore the future, as we discuss what forward-thinking companies will be doing with unstructured data management and storage, and, what emerging technologies hold the most promise once they mature.

Learn more about Komprise at their Website: https://www.komprise.com

August 02, 2022

Are you interested in learning more about topics like data management and data protection?   Here's your chance to do just that.  The VMblog Mega Series is the perfect series for you!  As part of the Mega Series, over the next few months, you'll hear from a number of industry experts and leaders across multiple topics to help you make important decisions within your own organization.

In this episode, VMblog is joined by industry expert, Omri Orgad, Managing Director of North America at Bright Data. Bright Data is the industry-leading web data platform. Fortune 500 companies, academic institutions, and small businesses rely on Bright Data's solutions to retrieve public web data in the most efficient, reliable, and flexible way so they can research, monitor, train their systems and analyze data to run better strategies and inform decision-making.

Watch and learn as he provides a quick overview on Bright Data and then dives deep into the subject of modern data platforms. Find out more about Bright Data and where things are headed into 2023. Hear why it is important for companies to take advantage of public web data. And find out what the biggest challenges facing companies today when it comes to data.

Orgad also dives into the key components companies should look for in a modern data platform. And he explores how important AI and other technologies continue to be in data management and collection.  Find out what technologies will be the most disruptive in the near and long-term. Watch as Orgad explains how the industry has changed over the past year, and which new industries or sectors Bright Data is seeing more of lately.

And stick around until the end to watch a quick demo showcasing the Bright Data solution.

Learn more about Bright Data at their Website: https://brightdata.com/

August 01, 2022

Welcome to the VMblog 2022 Mega Series where we'll be covering a number of important topics throughout the coming months.  In this series, you'll be hearing from the industry leaders and experts in order to help you make important decisions within your own organization.  Follow along for a chance to better understand a number of topics and find out more about some of the best technologies available out there in the industry.  

In today's Q&A, we're speaking with industry expert, Krishna Subramanian, COO, President and Co-founder of Komprise.  And we're diving into the topic of Data Management and Protection.

August 08, 2022

guardDog.ai and VMware are now partnered. guardDog.ai is launching the VMware implementation of its Fido 3 technology at the 2022 VMware Explore event at the Moscone Center in San Francisco Aug. 29 - Sept. 1, in booth 1914.

August 08, 2022

Ready for VMware Explore 2022?  Will you be in attendance?  Make sure to visit with Liquidware.

VMware Explore 2022 will be here before you know it, taking place August 31 - September 1, 2022 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

Get started by reading this exclusive pre-show interview between VMblog and Jason E. Smith, VP Product Marketing and Alliances, at Liquidware, a leader in digital workspace management solutions for Windows desktops. The company's products encompass all facets of management to ensure the ultimate user experience across all workspaces – physical, virtual, DaaS or in the cloud.

August 05, 2022

VMwor-- er, I mean, VMware Explore is a few weeks away, taking place August 28th to September 1st, 2022 in San Francisco, CA at the Moscone Center.  Pre-pandemic, VMworld was always good for a list of parties and events to attend.  Now that we're starting to get back to "normal" and attending shows in person, what's the list of parties going to look like?  We're starting to see a few take shape, but so far, it doesn't come close to the list from the past.  

NOTE: Most events will require you to take some type of signup action in order to attend.  Yes, even if the event is free.  They need to do that in order to take a proper head count or know when to shut things down if the list grows too big.  These things are generally first come, first served.  So if you are interested, I suggest you sign up if you are available before it is too late.  And also take note, some of these parties may be invitation only or you might have to meet some other requirement in order to sign up / attend.

If I'm missing an event, contact me or send me a Tweet (@vmblog) and I'll get it added.

June 17, 2022

VMware, Inc. unveiled VMware Explore, the global multi-cloud industry event. VMware Explore is an evolution of the company's flagship conference, VMworld, and will be inclusive of more technologies, and ecosystem and developer communities that help shape the multi-cloud universe. VMware Explore US will be held August 29 - September 1, 2022 at Moscone Center in San Francisco. Later this year, VMware Explore Europe will be held November 7-10, 2022 at the Fira Gran Via in Barcelona, Spain. Additional VMware Explore regional events are scheduled for Brazil (October 19-20), China (November 17-18), Japan (November 15-16), and Singapore (November 15-16).

May 18, 2022

VMblog speaks with Danny Allan, Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President for Product Strategy about day two at the company's VeeamON 2022 event in Las Vegas.

Allan highlights current and future-ready Veeam innovations as part of VeeamON 2022, including Veeam Backup & Replication v12, Veeam Backup for Salesforce and Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365 v7. Allan describes the modern data explosion taking place and all the things we can do and problems we can solve with that data.  Security and ransomware were hot topics during day 2 of the VeeamON event. Against a backdrop of increased cyber threats, exponential data growth and relentless cloud adoption, protecting data and systems at scale has become a must-have for organizations of all sizes around the world. Veeam has taken all of that into account with this latest release.

May 18, 2022

VMblog speaks with Anand Eswaran, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Matthew Bishop, Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Veeam about day one at the company's VeeamON 2022 event.

Eswaran talks about the explosion of data, and the increasing amount of ransomware attacks in recent years, what company's need to do and what plans they need to put in place, and how Veeam can help. Bishop talk about Veeam being a growth company, announcing YoY growth, and the company is working towards reinventing themselves to continue that growth and capitalize on certain vectors of growth, offering multi-products and an entire portfolio of products to their customers. 
May 18, 2022

VMblog visits with Object First during #VeeamON 2022 in Las Vegas, a brand new company brought to you by Veeam founders Ratmir Timashev and Andrei Baronov, promising to supercharge your Veeam experience.

Object First represents the ever-increasing need for next-generation immutable object storage that isn't locked into a remote location or monthly bill. What they have built offers instead all of the immutability and security that comes with S3-based cloud storage but is owned and stored locally, and they simplified that too! Object First can be up and running and storing Veeam Backups immutably in under 15 minutes.

Watch and learn more from our conversation at VeeamON.

May 18, 2022

VMblog visits with Wasabi during #VeeamON 2022 in Las Vegas to learn more about their hot cloud storage solution, providing simple, predictable and affordable hot cloud storage for businesses all over the world.

Wasabi partners and customers love them for its simplicity. They've eliminated the complex pricing tiers you see elsewhere, as well as the unpredictable fees like egress and API requests to allow for simple and predictable pricing. Their cloud object storage is 100% bit-compatible with the S3 API, enabling Wasabi to integrate with the industry's leading applications, including Veeam, so customers don't have to rip and replace their existing solutions. Wasabi's deep integration with Veeam also supports object lock functionality for immutable cloud storage, offering an additional layer of protection from security threats like ransomware.

Watch and learn more from our conversation at VeeamON.

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