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VMworld 2020 goes digital.  Will you be in attendance?  If the event were physical, I would have looked forward to visiting with Lakeside Software.  So we reached out to them digitally instead.

With the current pandemic, we're seeing a lot of changes taking place in our normal, everyday lives -- both professionally and personally.  One of those changes is the end of physical trade show events as we move to socially distance ourselves from one another.  While some trade shows simply cancelled or postponed until 2021, others have made the switch to a 100% digital format.  VMworld, the world's largest virtualization and cloud computing event hosted every year by VMware, is one of those shows -- enter for the first time ever, VMworld 2020 Digital

While a physical VMworld event would normally have north of 150+ sponsors, a digital VMworld event won't be able to effectively support that number of sponsors. 

Lakeside Software is a leader in digital experience monitoring.  Their product, SysTrack, gathers and analyzes data on everything that may impact end-user experience and business productivity. SysTrack captures data such as CPU, disk, memory, and other 10,000+ data points.

So what about you?  Are you gearing up for VMworld 2020 digital?  Get started now by reading this exclusive interview with Heather Bicknell, Product Marketing Manager, Lakeside Software to learn more and start getting excited for what's to come!

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Watch as VMblog visits with Andrew Parlette, CTO at Tricerat, ahead of VMworld 2020.  Tricerat is a company that provides world class printing and scanning software for even the most complex IT environments.  The company’s software, ScrewDrivers, enables end users to print from any device, in any location, to any printer.

In this video, we discuss trade shows like VMworld becoming digital and what that means, how companies have moved to a work from home lifestyle, and how Tricerat operates with VMware as a partner.  Watch and learn more as Parlette explains how his company's offering is unique.  And watch as he dives into a demo explanation of their solution. Tricerat's ScrewDrivers is delivered in three tiers - Essential, Pro, and Enterprise.

ScrewDrivers is an expert solution for eliminating printing and scanning issues in Citrix, VMware, Microsoft WVD and RDS, workstation and server-free printing environments.  It ensures consistency in the end user experience without crashes, lost and/or slow print jobs, all while delivering an easy to use, drag and drop console to manage all enterprise printing and scanning.  Not only do they eliminate these common issues altogether, but they also empower IT teams with features like cloud printing, mobile printing, and more.

Learn more about Tricerat by visiting: https://www.tricerat.com.

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NAKIVO Inc., a fast-growing software company dedicated to protecting virtual, physical, cloud and SaaS environments, announced today the release of NAKIVO Backup & Replication v10.1. 

The latest release expands the scope of Backup for Microsoft 365 with support for OneDrive for Business and introduces integration with HPE StoreOnce Catalyst. NAKIVO Backup & Replication remains committed to delivering a backup and recovery solution that combines powerful functionality, intuitive design and affordable pricing.

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CloudBolt integrates with a great myriad of technologies in many different categories, with more integrations being added in every release. However, the defining characteristic of CloudBolt's integrations is not their breadth, but their depth.

For IT administrators, it is not enough for their cloud platform to have surface-level integration; it needs meaningful, substantive support for other technologies so the IT organization can provide a fully-automated self-service experience to their internal (and sometimes external) customers.

One illustrative example is CloudBolt's support for VMware. I will list all the ways in which CloudBolt's suite of offerings, including CloudBolt's cloud management platform (CMP), SovLabs and CloudBolt OneFuse, integrates with VMware. The main takeaways are that CloudBolt has the most complete integration with VMware of any cloud management platform, and without all of these features within the integration, the IT team will be left to handle situations manually. The full benefit of automation is only realized when the integration goes this deep.

The net effect of having this depth of automation for and integration with VMware (and other on-premises virtualization systems) is that IT teams have their private datacenters leveled up with functionality traditionally relegated to the public cloud - self service provisioning, management, and decommissioning of environments by end users without IT's intervention, modeling cost tracking and implementing shameback/showback, policy-based features such as order approval workflows, enforcement of expiration dates for resources, and power scheduling for VMs to ensure systems do not consume resources when they are not needed.

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VMworld 2020 goes digital.  Will you be in attendance?  If the event were physical, I would have looked forward to visiting with SolarWinds.  So we reached out to them digitally instead.

With the current pandemic, we're seeing a lot of changes taking place in our normal, everyday lives -- both professionally and personally.  One of those changes is the end of physical trade show events as we move to socially distance ourselves from one another.  While some trade shows simply cancelled or postponed until 2021, others have made the switch to a 100% digital format.  VMworld, the world's largest virtualization and cloud computing event hosted every year by VMware, is one of those shows -- enter for the first time ever, VMworld 2020 Digital

While a physical VMworld event would normally have north of 150+ sponsors, a digital VMworld event won't be able to effectively support that number of sponsors. 

SolarWinds is a leading provider of powerful and affordable IT management software.  Their products give organizations worldwide - regardless of type, size, or complexity - the power to monitor and manage their IT services, infrastructures, and applications; whether on-premises, in the cloud, or via hybrid models.

So what about you?  Are you gearing up for VMworld 2020 digital?  Get started now by reading this exclusive interview with SolarWinds to learn more and start getting excited for what's to come!

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Watch this latest video interview as VMblog visits with Joe Ferguson, a cloud expert and cloud sales engineer at Clumio, ahead of VMworld 2020

Clumio is an innovator of authentic SaaS for enterprise backup.  Using their secure service, organizations eliminate hardware and software for on-premise backup and avoid the complexity and cost of running third-party backup software in the cloud.  As enterprises move aggressively to cloud, they can use Clumio to protect workloads like VMware Cloud on AWS and AWS native services. 

In this video, we discuss trade shows like VMworld becoming digital events and what that means, how companies have moved to a work from home lifestyle, and how Clumio operates with VMware as a partner.  Watch and learn more as Ferguson explains the company's technology, and then, dives into a demo of the solution.

Clumio's Enterprise Backup as a Service offering protects private cloud, public cloud, and SaaS with the same single, secure platform.  The same uniform policies can protect VMs in VMware on-prem and VMware Cloud on AWS, greatly reducing operational complexity.  Clumio's architecture gives customers a way to recover from ransomware or data loss by defining an air gap where data is safely stored outside of production, under separate credentials, fully encrypted, and in an immutable format.  Their rapid recovery capability delivers cloud recovery performance that's faster than traditional hardware appliances and legacy tools - because only changed blocks are restored with their reverse change block tracking feature.  They offer per VM pricing, with no egress charges resulting in robust data protection with predictable costs.

Learn more about Clumio by visiting: https://www.clumio.com.

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VMblog visited with Anton Shelepchuk, VP of Sales at NAKIVO, ahead of VMworld 2020.  NAKIVO is a fast-growing software company dedicated to protecting virtual, physical, cloud and SaaS environments.

In this video, we discuss trade shows like VMworld becoming digital or online events and what that means, how companies have moved to a work from home lifestyle, and how NAKIVO partners with and works with VMware.  Watch and learn more as Shelepchuk provides a deeper dive into their product offering. 

NAKIVO Backup & Replication provides customers all the powerful functionality offered by top-end backup and recovery solutions for virtual, physical, cloud and SaaS environments.  Customers can send incremental backups to storage devices and cloud storage; perform a range of full, instant and granular recoveries; and simplify data protection with automation and integration tools.  NAKIVO says its Backup & Replication sets itself apart from the field, however, by combining thorough protection with a customer-first approach.  Plans are intentionally priced to be affordable for businesses of any size; the technical support team is available 24/7; and product development is driven by customer recommendations and needs. 

Learn more about NAKIVO by visiting: https://www.nakivo.com

 

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In this video interview, VMblog visits with Jason Smith, VP Products and Solutions at Liquidware, ahead of VMworld 2020.  Liquidware is a leader in adaptive 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.

In this video, we discuss trade shows like VMworld becoming digital or online events and what that means, how companies have moved to a work from home lifestyle, and how Liquidware operates with VMware as a partner.

Watch and learn more as Smith dives into each of the product solutions that Liquidware currently offer as they focus on providing adaptive workspace management solutions.  With the rise of remote working in the past few months, their innovative use of cloud-based storage has enabled their customers to rapidly scale up a remote working environment for their employees.  They support all of the major platforms: Amazon WorkSpaces, Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops, Microsoft WVD, Nutanix Xi Frame, and VMware Horizon.  And they also work closely with AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure. 

Learn more about Liquidware by visiting: https://www.liquidware.com

 

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VMworld 2020 goes digital.  Will you be in attendance?  If the event were physical, I would have looked forward to visiting with Firemon.  So we reached out to them digitally instead.

With the current pandemic, we're seeing a lot of changes taking place in our normal, everyday lives -- both professionally and personally.  One of those changes is the end of physical trade show events as we move to socially distance ourselves from one another.  While some trade shows simply cancelled or postponed until 2021, others have made the switch to a 100% digital format.  VMworld, the world's largest virtualization and cloud computing event hosted every year by VMware, is one of those shows -- enter for the first time ever, VMworld 2020 Digital

While a physical VMworld event would normally have north of 150+ sponsors, a digital VMworld event won't be able to effectively support that number of sponsors. 

FireMon is the only agile network security policy management platform for hybrid cloud enterprises. They deliver persistent network security for multi-cloud environments through a powerful fusion of real-time asset visibility, compliance and automation.

So what about you?  Are you gearing up for VMworld 2020 digital?  Get started now by reading this exclusive interview with Tim Woods, VP, Technology Alliances at FireMon, to learn more and start getting excited for what's to come!

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VMworld 2020 goes digital.  Will you be in attendance?  If the event were physical, I would have looked forward to visiting with Zerto.  So we reached out to them digitally instead.

With the current pandemic, we're seeing a lot of changes taking place in our normal, everyday lives -- both professionally and personally.  One of those changes is the end of physical trade show events as we move to socially distance ourselves from one another.  While some trade shows simply cancelled or postponed until 2021, others have made the switch to a 100% digital format.  VMworld, the world's largest virtualization and cloud computing event hosted every year by VMware, is one of those shows -- enter for the first time ever, VMworld 2020 Digital

While a physical VMworld event would normally have north of 150+ sponsors, a digital VMworld event won't be able to effectively support that number of sponsors. 

Zerto helps customers accelerate IT transformation by eliminating the risk and complexity of modernization and cloud adoption. By replacing multiple legacy solutions with a single IT Resilience Platform, Zerto is changing the way disaster recovery, backup and cloud are managed. At enterprise scale, Zerto’s software platform delivers continuous availability for an always-on customer experience while simplifying workload mobility to protect, recover and move applications freely across hybrid and multi-clouds.

So what about you?  Are you gearing up for VMworld 2020 digital?  Get started now by reading this exclusive interview with Caroline Seymour, VP of Product Marketing at Zerto, to learn more and start getting excited for what's to come!

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