VMblog: As a VMworld 2018 sponsor, how can people find you this year?
Densify: We have a strong contingent of people attending this year, a group of 18 that's comprised of multiple departments. We're all excited to get to speak to the people living and breathing the challenges we solve. The Densify booth is number 1178 this year. We're a Silver Sponsor with a 20x20 booth with an intergalactic theme, including lightsabers. As far as finding us goes, we actually have a column advertisement this year featuring a little boy pretending to fly, "Imagine Cloud Services Perfectly Matched for Your Applications 24/7" pointing people to our booth #1178.
VMblog: Is there anything unique about this year's booth setup? Do you have a theme?
Densify: We're taking our booth visitors to a far-off galaxy. You'll probably notice the lightsabers we're giving out first. Come stop by to get one and take a picture at our star destroyer selfie wall.
VMblog: Can you give readers a few reasons why your product or service is considered unique?
Densify: Densify solves a cloud management challenge which is the inability to automate the process of quickly and correctly identifying the right resources for their applications. Densify makes applications self-aware of their exact resource requirements, enabling them to automatically optimize themselves 24/7, both on-premises and in the cloud. We consider this ‘next-generation' cloud optimization service.
VMblog: Why should a VMworld attendee add you to their MUST SEE list?
Densify: Densify is the only Cloud Optimization solution in the market that uses machine-learning to make applications self-aware of their precise resource requirements, enabling them to automatically optimize themselves. Applications now continuously get the resources they need at the lowest possible cost. The best part is you can try it for free!
VMblog: What are you looking forward to most at VMworld this year?
Densify: We love connecting with our customers and prospects. The best part of a show is when we hear, "This is exactly my challenge and what I'm trying to solve." That's what makes our job all worth it in the end to see we are actually making an impact on the IT world.