My VMworld 2019

VMworld 2019 will mark my first edition as a VMware employee. Thus, I will be working more and have less time to attend sessions myself. However, there are always thinks to look forward to! As many know, it’s not only about the break-out sessions. I love visiting the Solution Expo and the bloggers area and most of all; meeting old and new friends!

Come meet me at the Meet-the-Expert tables, at the TAM customer day or during one of my break-out sessions. I will be presenting the following sessions:

Make sure to reserve your seat as soon as possible! All 3 sessions are different from each other. However, each session I get to co-present with an awesome peer. The session about vMotion will be together with one of the lead engineers on vMotion. We’ll be discussing vMotion on a deep level and talk about how to tune vMotion to saturate NICs up to 100GbE. The session will include lots of hidden gems on vMotion!

The talk about the latest server technologies is something dear to me, talking about hardware accelerations together with one of the product managers! We will go into how workloads can consume all the latest and greatest in hardware innovations.

Last but not least I will get to co-present with Johan van Amersfoort in a session that is all about a real life use-case which is a medical instance. Really interesting will be seeing the demo’s in this session in which we will show you how cancer cells can be detected in an early stage, effictivally helping the medical staff to start treatments

To Conclude

Lots of other cool sessions are going on during the VMworld week. Lost of them will be recorded but nothing beats the live interaction! Make sure you reserve your seats or join the waiting lists or queues as there is a good chance you will still make it in your favorite sessions. I would encourage you to see sessions live but to leave enough time open to mingle with your peers and to be open for meeting new people!

See you at VMworld!! Can’t wait.

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