Las Vegas replaced San Francisco as the host of this year’s VMware VMworld U.S. Conference, Aug. 29-Sept. 1.
The virtualization giant’s executives outlined new products and services and highlighted top customers and partners. Hundreds of companies showcased their portfolios in the Solutions Exchange expo hall.
Among the highlights in our image gallery are keynote sessions and a very active expo hall.
Another major announcement coming out of VMworld was IBM’s extended partnership with VMware to help deliver the newly announced VMware Cloud Foundation. Robert Leblanc, senior vice president of IBM Cloud, joined Gelsinger on the stage to discuss the opportunity.
Read our recap of the extended partnership.
There was much conversation around Dell’s acquisition of EMC (VMware’s majority owner), which will officially close on Sept. 7. Dell CEO Michael Dell talked on stage with Gelsinger about the future.
We detailed their talk earlier this week.
Multiple companies ran floor sessions educating attendees on their solutions.
The main speakers from Tuesday’s general session fielded questions from the media. They are (left to right) Sanjay Poonen, executive VP, End-User Computing Unit; Ray O’Farrell, CTO; Vice President of Native Apps Kit Colbert, VP of Native Apps; Yanbing Li, SVP of Storage and Availability; and Rajiv Ramaswami, general manager of Networking and Security.
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