(Excerpt from original post on the Taneja Group News Blog)
As comfortable 65-70 degree weather blankets New England here as we near end of summer, flying into Las Vegas for VMworld at 110 degrees seemed like dropping into hell. Last time I was in that kind of heat I was stepping off a C-130 into the Desert Shield/Desert Storm theater of operations. At least here, as everyone still able to breathe immediately says -“at least it’s a dry heat.”
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An IT industry analyst article published by Virtualization Review.
With 358 sessions, time is money. Here are five sessions where your time will be well spent.
TAKE 1 Directions in VMware EUC & the Multi-Device, Virtual Workspace (EUC4544)
Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and related end-user computing capabilities are most definitely not dead. In fact, I think the technologies are finally starting to support practical and cost-effective implementations for every size business. VMware Horizon and Mirage likely have some hot things going, and it’s always interesting to see how PCoIP has evolved.
TAKE 2 Designing Your Next-Generation Datacenter for Network Virtualization (NET5184)
Can you spell VXLAN? If you come away from VMworld 2013 with a good understanding of software-defined networking (SDN) and network virtualization, you could be the geek hero of your IT shop.
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