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It’s official. It’s open. It’s time to finish those rough drafts for submission and get your abstract in the running for VMworld 2014. First, head on over to the VMworld website for all the important information about submitting an abstract.

 

We want to help you submit winning proposals. So take the time to review our Abstract Submission Guidelines. These helpful recommendations will guide you in preparing your titles and session descriptions and will assist you in avoiding the common pitfalls that lead to abstract rejections.

 

To get really inspired, check out the sessions that were accepted for the VMworld 2013 agenda. (Please note you will need a VMworld login to access this content).

 

Below is a listing of just a few of the topic areas* to consider for your content submissions:

 

 

Software-Defined Data Center

Public and Hybrid Cloud

Cloud Infrastructure

Hybrid Cloud Network

Management

vCloud Hybrid Service

Networking and Security

Storage and Business   Continuity

End-User Computing

Operational Management

Desktop and   Desktop-as-a-Service

Virtualizing Applications

Mobile Management

Social and Collaboration

Partner Track
(VMware employee submissions only)

General

Technology Exchange for Alliance Partners


 

*In addition to the above topics to choose from, you will also find tags in the Call for Papers to further help you categorize your session proposal. These tags include Technical Level, Products/Topics, Market Segment, and Attendee Role.

We strongly encourage you to utilize these tags thoughtfully to better your chances of being accepted onto the agenda. The more we know about your session the better. Unless otherwise noted, we will assume your session is appropriate for the general audience. Please DO NOT check every tag, as it will not increase your chances of acceptance. 

Finally, as you complete your abstract and are ready to submit, use the link below. Good luck and we look forward to reading your submissions.

VMworld 2014 Call for Papers Submission Link

 

 

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We are already in preparation mode for VMworld 2014 and before you know it, we’ll all be gathering in San Francisco. What better way to make an impact at VMworld 2014 than by leading a session at this year’s conference. Do you have something new to offer in Software-Defined Data Center, End-User Computing, Hybrid Cloud or another area? Then, start putting your ideas together, and get ready to submit for the 2014 VMworld Call for Papers, opening on April 4th.

 

In the meantime, we would like to help you prepare to submit winning proposals. For inspiration, view previous sessions in full from the 2013 conference by clicking on the track areas below. You will need a subscription to use this feature. If you don’t have one, you will be prompted to sign up for an account once you click to view a session.

 

Business ContinuityStorage
End-User ComputingTechnology Exchange for Alliance Partner
NetworkingVirtualizing Applications
OperationsVirtualization and Cloud Management
Public Hybrid CloudvSphere and vCloud Suite
Security & Compliance

 

The official Call for Papers submission process will open on April 4th, and you will receive an email communication including links, directions for submission, contacts for questions, and additional information regarding the conference. As always, check the VMworld website for updates and information. Good luck in preparing, and we look forward to seeing your submissions this year!

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blog.pngVMworld 2013 Europe is now a wrap, but what a week it has been in Barcelona! Thank you to all our attendees. sponsors & exhibitors!

As we look back on the event, here are some resources to help recap announcements and highlights:

VMworld Blogger Rollup

VMware and v12n (virtualization) Blogger Rollups
Video Coverage from VMworld TV
General Sessions and Spotlight Sessions
Tech Talks from the Community Lounge


Below are some of the key announcements that came from VMware:
(see the VMware Company News blog post for full coverage)


VMware Cloud Management Solutions
: Announced today, new capabilities and enhancements across the portfolio of cloud management solutions will simplify and automate management of IT services for multiple clouds and platforms. New product releases include VMware vCloud Automation Center 6.0, VMware vCenter Operations Management Suite 5.8, VMware IT Business Management Suite, and VMware vCenter Log Insight 1.5.

 

VMware vCloud Hybrid Service: VMware is expanding the vCloud Hybrid Service to Europe and will roll out vCloud Hybrid Service in the United Kingdom with a new data center location in Slough. VMware vCloud Hybrid Service is expanding in the US and this new data center addresses UK and European data locality, privacy, security and sovereignty. Also announced was the availability of the new vCloud Hybrid Service Online Marketplace, providing a platform where customers can discover, download, test-drive and buy solutions for vCloud Hybrid Service with access to 3,800 pre-qualified applications and rich online resources.

End-User Computing
: VMware today announced the acquisition of Desktone, a pioneer and industry leader in the desktop-as-a-service space. End-user computing executive vice president and general manager Sanjay Poonen provides complete details in his blog post on the acquisition of Desktone. Additionally VMware is introducing new product offerings and capabilities across its end-user computing product portfolio to broaden IT support for the mobile workforce. New product releases include version updates to View and Mirage (Horizon View 5.3, Horizon Mirage, 4.3), ThinApp (version 5.0), new VMware Ready smartphones from Sony, the availability of the vSAN for Horizon View public beta and a new crowd sourcing feature in Socialcast.

VMware vSphere Data Protection Advanced
: VMware vSphere Data Protection Advanced delivers industry-leading storage-efficiency for backups, unique capabilities to accelerate recovery and unparalleled integration with VMware vSphere. Announced today, VMware vSphere Data Protection 5.5 Advanced will feature new capabilities including network-efficient backup data replication, integration with EMC Data Domain, a new Microsoft SharePoint agent, and automated backup verification.

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VMworld Europe Party

Posted by karensung25 Oct 16, 2013

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Join Us Tonight for the VMworld Party!


Are you ready to PARTY! This is going to be a party you don't want to miss. We even have a 'Super Secret Celebrity Guest'..and it's going to be Dynamite!  You're going to have to find out for yourself though. Join us tonight at 19:00-22:00 in Hall 6.0.

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Hall Crawl

Posted by karensung25 Oct 16, 2013

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HALL CRAWL TONIGHT!
Join us for beer, wine and food for the VMworld Europe Hall Crawl in the Solutions Exchange from 17:00 – 19:00.


Sponsors Participating in the Hall Crawl:

ADTRAN / Bluesocket

Brocade

Catbird

CSC

Dell

Hitachi Data Systems

Neverfail

Nexenta

NVIDIA

Tintri

Riverbed

VMware

Western Digital

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With all the sessions going on at any one time at VMworld Barcelona, how do you decide how to make the most of your most precious asset—your time? Read on for guidance on how to make the most out of your time.

If you need help proactively managing virtualization or cloud performance, consider:

Uncovering the Hidden Truth in Log Data With vCenter Log Insight.

Tuesday, 11:00-12:00 VCM7369-S

Deep Dive into vSphere Log Management with vCenter Log Insight.

Tuesday, 12:30-1:30 VCM4445

Tips & Tricks with Log Insight (cool, new product for root cause analysis).

Tuesday, 5:00-6:00 VCM4528

How to Manage vSphere and Hybrid Cloud with vCenter Operations Management.

Wednesday, 2:00-3:00 VCM5811

How to Customize Your vCenter Operations Management Deployment for Your Business Needs.

Wednesday, 3:30-4:30 VCM5100

vCenter Operations and the Quest for the Missing Metrics.

Wednesday, 3:30-4:30 VCM5008

Practical Real World Reporting with vCenter Operations.

Wednesday, 5:00-6:00 VCM5009

What’s New and What's Next in vCenter Operations: A Tech Preview.

Thursday, 1:30-2:30 VCM5781

If you want to automate provisioning and provide your users with fast, on-demand access to applications, consider:

Reigning in VM Sprawl - Automating the Reclamation of Unused Resources.

Tuesday, 11:00-12:00 VCM5048

Automating the Software Defined Data Center: How Do I Get Started?

Tuesday, 2:00-3:00 VCM5048

Getting Started with vCenter Orchestrator.

Tuesday, 3:30-4:30 VCM4875

From Virtualization to Cloud: How Automation Drives Agility.

Tuesday, 5:00-6:00 VCM5269

VMware & Puppet: How to Plan, Deploy & Manage Modern Apps (because you need to know how VMware & Puppet work together).

Wednesday, 12:30 – 1:30 VCM5271

The Transformative Power and Business Case for Cloud Automation.

Wednesday, 3:30 – 4:30 OPT5474

vCenter Orchestrator - Say Hi to Razor and Software Defined Storage.

Wednesday, 3:30 – 4:30 VCM5472

Provisioning and Managing a Heterogeneous Cloud with vCAC.

Wednesday, 2:00-3:00 and Thursday, 10:30-11:30 VCM5148

Best Practices for Application Lifecycle Management with vCloud Automation Center.

Thursday, 9:00-10:00 VCM5154

Cloud Service Automation with NSX and vCloud Automation Center.

Thursday, 10:30-11:30 VCM5477

If you want to learn how to get complete financial transparency around the cost of IT Services
, consider:

Business Management for Cloud.

Tuesday, 3:30-4:30 VCM4885

Leveraging IT Financial Transparency to Drive Transformation.

Wednesday, 3:30-4:30 OPT4732

For a full list of Cloud Management sessions (vCAC, vC Ops, Log Insight, ITBM) check out:
Virtualization and Cloud Management

Pre-register using the
schedule builder as several of the sessions are nearly at capacity. You can also comment on your favorite picks and speakers.

Also, be sure to read this latest Cloud Management blog with infographic:
Reigning in the Cloud!

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Immediately following the "Hawl Crawl" in the Solutions Exchange on Wednesday, is the VMworld Attendee Appreciation Party.

The theme this year -- SUPER CLUB
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This will be the ultimate in dance, sports, art, chill out and spectacular live performances... All under one roof. 
Indulge in the exotic oxygen bar, get creative with a digital graffiti wall, kick back in our eccentric member’s cocktail club or grab your friends and hit the roller disco.  Plus a DJ set by Space Ibiza resident Mr. Doris, live show by female dance sensation High on Heels, AND an epic must see performance by our headline act!

WHEN: Wednesday 16 October
TIME: 19:00 – 22:00
WHERE: Hall 6, Fira Gran Via, Barcelona


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VMworld 2013 Europe Info

Posted by VMworld Team Oct 14, 2013

Transportation Information
A shuttle service is offered to attendees from the airport to VMworld 2013 and from the Europa Fira Metro station to VMworld 2013. Look out for the VMworld 2013 sign on arrival. There is no shuttle service offered from hotels.


Airport Shuttle Hours:
Monday 10:00–20:00
Thursday 12:00–18:00
Shuttle drop off/pick up: Fira Gran Via North Entrance, Hall 8.0.

Metro Passes
We have metro passes available at the Information area which is across from Registration. They are good for 10 uses.


Address of the Fira Barcelona
Fira Barcelona
Carrer Foc
Barcelona 08038
*** please use North Entrance

Apps and Quicklinks:

http://download3.vmware.com/community/images/vmworld/2013/logo-iphone-store.gif http://download3.vmware.com/community/images/vmworld/2013/logo-android-store.gif

 

 

 

 

Upcoming VMware Events

Last, but certainly not least, mark your calendars for 2014:

 

Feb. 10-13PEX 2014San FranciscoMoscone West
Aug. 24-28VMworld 2014 U.S.San FranciscoMoscone Center
Oct. 13Partner DayBarcelonaFira Barcelona Gran Via
Oct. 14-16VMworld 2014 EuropeBarcelonaFira Barcelona Gran Via
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Comprehensive Learning Paths

VMware experts have created paths from our content offerings to help guide you. For each of the following select areas, we have identified sessions addressing both “getting started” and “advanced” curriculums in key areas of virtualization.

 

Recommendations include select, high-value sessions aligned with additional areas of our event program (labs, demos and group discussions). This further compliments your educational experience and provides you a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter. Create a schedule that supports your business needs.

 

  • Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) - The software-defined data center is a cloud architecture that extends the familiar virtualization principles of abstraction, pooling and automation to all data center resources, and governs them with policy-driven automation and management. Software-Defined Data Center technology from VMware helps you achieve groundbreaking business agility—reducing application provisioning time from months to minutes.
  • Hybrid Cloud - VMware cloud services enable organizations to run any workload, anywhere—onsite and offsite—and move workloads between private and public clouds as needed to meet business and user demands.
  • Storage - Virtualized environments require dynamic storage allocation. Software-defined storage meets the challenge by abstracting storage resources to enable pooling, replication, and on-demand distribution.
  • End User Computing - The scope of end-user computing is expanding, as the workforce increasingly adopts devices and platforms that provide mobility and productivity anywhere. For IT, the result is an increasingly complex and dynamic environment that’s hard to administer with rigid PC-centric tools and processes.
  • Management - VMware Cloud Management solutions help you better provision, manage, and demonstrate the value of the software-defined data center with policy-driven automation and management.Below are suggested sessions aligned with hands on labs, discussion groups and product demos to take you further on your journey.
  • Networking - To realize the full potential of the software-defined data center, IT must move networking and security into the twenty-first century with a software abstraction layer—network virtualization.
  • Architects - A new architecture is emerging for the datacenter, an architecture where compute, storage and networking resources are defined by software, freed from their hardware boundaries and intelligently automated and managed by software. VMware calls this the Software-Defined Data Center
  • Security - The VMware NSX platform for network and security virtualization is at the heart of the software-defined data center. The NSX platform will help customers accelerate operations, improve enterprise agility, and change the economics of networking and security in the cloud era.
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http://download3.vmware.com/vmworld/2013/fira-gran-via.jpgVMworld 2013 Europe is gearing up for another exciting week of amazing networking, education, announcements and experiences.  Social Media has become the best source of sharing this among attendees and the rest of the world watching via social networks.

For an overview of the Social Media and Community channels, offerings and activity available for the conference in Barcelona, visit the following page on vmworld.com:
You can also download the VMworld 2013 Europe Social Media Guide (PDF)

Highlights include:
VMworld on Twitter (with signup for contributors - conference hashtag is #vmworld)
VMworld Bloggers (blog rollup with signup for contributors)
VMworld Gatherings (party & gathering list with signup for adding more)
VMworld Mobile App (Barcelona refresh available week of Oct 7th)
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VMworld TV Highlights

Posted by tdunn Aug 29, 2013

Monday General Session:

 

Tuesday General Session:

 

> Playlist of General Sessions and Top 10 Session videoo on VMworld TV

 

 

Daily wrap-up videos from VMworld TV Crew:

 

 

 

 

> Playlist of VMworld TV Crew coverage, interviews and highlights

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The General Session Thursday at VMworld is all about innovation and celebrating makers. The video for the session is not available, but you can check out some of the audience's reactions to this inspiring and amazing session via Twitter on @VMworld. Here are also some videos featuring our speakers today.

 

 

Jay Silver - Hack a Banana, Make a Keyboard

 

 

Keller Rinaudo: A mini robot -- powered by your phone

 

Bre Pettis - Making It

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VMworld TV

Posted by VMworld Team Aug 25, 2013

As we embark upon another VMworld conference this week, VMworld TV is gearing up it's engine to provide you with quality coverage and entertainment throughout the week of VMworld 2013 San Francisco. Our team will be onsite and roaming the Moscone Center and surrounding San Francisco Venues to bring you the best announcements, interviews, demos, behind the scene footage and party coverage.  Look for these videos to be shared on VMworld TV throughout the week and then again in October as we head to VMworld 2013 Barcelona!


You can watch the latest videos or archives from the past, either at VMworld TV on VMworld.com or directly on VMworld TV on YouTube.


It's also good to take a look back at sessions from years past as we prepare for the exciting new sessions ahead for 2013.  There are several of the most popular sessions from 2012 and 2011 available to watch, including general sessions. Take a look at the 2012 sessions playlist and 2011 sessions playlist for these videos. There are also playlists for other interviews and tech talks from the past such at theCUBE 2012 and Community 2012You can also view even older VMworld Sessions back to 2004 on vmworld.com (not on VMworld TV).


Look forward to more great VMworld TV coverage and video resources coming your way!

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With all the sessions going on at any one time at VMworld, how do you decide how to make the most of your most precious asset—your time? Read on for guidance on how to make the most out of your time.

And be sure to read these other recent blog posts from the Cloud Management team:
- From Virtualization to Cloud: How Automation Drives Agility
- Why Your Business Doesn’t Think It Needs You
- The Proverbial Needle in a Haystack (and how to find it at VMworld)

For a full list of Cloud Management sessions (vCAC, vC Ops, Log Insight, ITBM) check out the Schedule at a Glance for Virtualization and Cloud Management. [pdf]

If you need help troubleshooting and proactively managing virtualization or cloud performance, consider:
  • THE SPOTLIGHT SESSION on Log Insight. Monday, 3:30-4:30
  • Troubleshooting at Cox with Log Insight and vC Ops. Tuesday, 11:30-12:30 VCM5034
  • Tips & Tricks with Log Insight (cool, new product for root cause analysis). Tuesday, 4:00-5:00 VCM4528
  • How to Troubleshoot VM Performance Issues Across Apps, Infra, & Storage. Wednesday, 2:30-3:30 VCM5169
If you want to automate provisioning and provide your users with fast, on-demand access to applications, consider:
  • From Virtualization to Cloud: How Automation Drives Agility (the state of the union on vCAC –from the head of product management). Monday, 12:30-1:30 VCM 5269
  • VMware & Puppet: How to Plan, Deploy & Manage Modern Apps (because you need to know how VMware & Puppet work together). Tuesday, 5:30 – 6:30 VCM5271
  • Getting Started with vCenter Orchestrator (free IT process automation, need I say more?). Monday, 5:00-6:00 VCM4875
  • Provisioning and Managing a Heterogeneous Cloud with vCAC (worth staying ‘til Thursday for). Thursday, 10:30-11:30 VCM5148
If you want help deploying and managing your self-service datacenter, consider:
  • Building the Management Stack for your SDDC. Bernd Harzog of the Virtualization Practices gives you his take (not VMware’s) on what you need to do. Monday, 5:00-6:00 VCM4869
If you simply can wait or want to plan wisely, consider attending these sessions for a tech preview:
  • What’s new in vC Ops with Jai Malkani – he’s the director of product management and a long time VMware employee who can tell you what to expect in Q4. Tuesday, 4:00-5:00 VCM5781
  • Tech Preview: Cloud Business Management – shhh, it’s a look at the newest way to cost cloud services and make smarter decisions on where to place services in the cloud. And, best of all – no spreadsheets! Tuesday, 2:00 -3:00 VCM4885
  • Practical Real World Reporting (deep dive into the new reporting capabilities in vC Ops). Wednesday 2:30-3:30 VCM5009
And, finally, don’t miss the lessons learned in the trenches. What are your peers doing?
  • FEDEX – How to customize vC Ops. Monday, 12:30-1:30 VCM5100
  • VMware IT – On vC Ops and vCAC. Monday, 2:00-3:00 VCM4952
  • Carefusion – Deploying Operations at Scale. Monday, 5:30-6:30 VCM5845
  • BOEING – How to Manage vSphere and Hybrid Cloud (vC Ops). Tuesday, 11:30-12:30 VCM5811
  • University of New Mexico—IaaS case study with vCAC. Tuesday, 5:30-6:30 VCM5114
  • Covance – Ensuring Clinical Trial Patient Safety with vC Ops. Tuesday 5:30pm VCM5577
  • Apollo – IaaS case study with vCAC. Wednesday, 10:00-11:00
Pre-register using the schedule builder as several of the sessions are nearly at capacity. You can also comment on your favorite picks and speakers.
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[this blog is a repost from the VMware HOL Blog]

We are extremely excited about our plans for VMworld Hands on Labs 2013 and wanted to give you a preview of what to expect. This year we will be in the Moscone South Esplanade Ball Room with over 45,000 Square Feet of space dedicated to Hands on Labs.
VMworld US

New Content for VMworld 2013
We will have tons of new labs around fresh topics for VMworld 2013 - with over 3,690 minutes of lab content (2.5 days @ 24 hours a day)

Software Defined Data Center - vSphere, Networking, Storage, Performance
End User Computing - VMware Horizon View, Workspace
Hybrid Cloud - Explore VMware’s new Hybrid Cloud Service in a virtual lab.

This year we are introducing the concept of Lab Topics and Lab Modules. The goal here is to provide more of a structured learning experience and help make finding labs content as easy as possible – This effort was brought to us by Andrew Hald who has worked on this for the past year – a huge thanks.

What is a Lab Topic?
Lab topics are very much like a book on a specific subject – so, for example, if you are interested in networking we will have a Lab Topic on VMware’s latest networking solutions.

What is a Lab Module?
A lab Module is very much like a Chapter in a book or Lab Topic. We have a wide range of modules in each topic. Some will be beginner level and some more advanced.

Here is a breakdown of our lab content.

32 Lab Topics
- Total Modules - 101
- Hybrid Cloud - 14
- Mobility - 19
- Partner - 7
- Software Defined Data Center - 61
- 25 VMware Use Case and Feature Labs
- 62 Lightning Lab Modules (15 or 30 min)
- 39 Full-length Lab Modules (45 or 60 minutes)

We are also very proud to have our Partner participate in creation of labs.
  • NetApp
  • Cisco
  • Infoblox
  • IBM
  • EMC
  • Puppet Labs
  • Hytrust
  • Catbird
  • LogRhythm
Meet your VMware Product Experts
We get tons of feedback on how much our attendees enjoy meeting our product experts – we heard you loud and clear and are bringing in over 290 engineers from around the world to help make your lab experience a superb one. This will be an excellent opportunity to meet the engineers that put together and support your labs. As an attendee,you will gain insight and learn best practices when using our products and solutions. This is a great opportunity to come down and meet our product experts in one massive 45,000 S/F room.  A huge thanks to Chris Romano for putting this massive effort together – it’s not an easy job.

Meet Sachin Sharma VMware Horizon Product Expert who will be on site to help.

VMware Hands on Labs Library - Workshops
We will be running actual Hands on Workshops during the event. The workshop topics cover Cloud Infrastructure, Hybrid Cloud and End User Computing.  Attendees will be able to interact with the VMware engineering teams that put the labs together and walk through the labs - there will be plenty of time for questions and answers during each session. These sessions will be BYOD so do plan on bringing your laptop. These workshops will be in the main room Esplanade Moscone South - seating will be limited (20 max) and sessions will run 60 minutes in length.

VMworld Hands on Labs Hot Spots
We wanted to really defy convention and bring labs closer to you. This is a new concept for us with the idea that attendees will be able to take our labs closer to their sessions and locations. Product experts will support our VMworld Hands-on Labs Hotspots and we will also have our Chat Support enabled so you can have access to our broader team. Please do plan on bringing your own laptop and be sure to give a huge thanks to Annie Y. for bringing this to you. Hotspot locations will be at the Marriott Lobby, Moscone North, and Moscone West second floor. HotSpot hours will be the same as the regular HOL main room times.





Important: Supported Devices for BYOD

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) VMworld Hands on Labs Supported Browsers:
  • Firefox version 22 +
  • Chrome 28 +
  • Safari 6+
  • iPad tablets are supported for viewing the lab manuals only (Split Screen Feature)
Project NEE
We will be taking Project Nee portal through its paces at VMworld. Project Nee is an in-house built application created by Mike D and Curtis P. who will be on site to answer any questions and maybe we can talk them into doing a Hands on Labs Workshop for us. To give you some sense of Project NEE’s massive scalability - since November 2012 we have delivered over 1.3 Million Lab Minutes Online! Project NEE is the #awesomesauce. The R&D team will also be at the VMware Technology Innovation Center if would like to chat with them during VMworld. To learn more about ProjectNEE visit http://labs.vmware.com/nee/

The vAPP (VPOD) Architecture / Strategy
It always starts with the architecture. Bill C., Joey D. and Doug B. have done a tremendous job of putting together the architecture for our 2013 Hands-on Labs. This is a critical effort as our labs will be served up worldwide and have to go through massive torture both during and after VMworld. The toughest part of building a robust architecture is also keeping our VPODs lean and mean – this is not only a technical challenge but also a skill in negotiating with our product teams and saying no.

Quick overview of what our total vPODs look like (pretty amazing considering the amount of content these will generate)
  • 271 layer 1 VMs
  • 413 vCPUs
  • 804 GB RAM
  • 6.6 TB configured storage
Our Data Centers
We have two major datacenters providing the workload for our event. We are planning on 550 concurrent seats of capacity. Our primary data center is in Las Vegas / Switch. Our secondary data center is out of Wenatchee, Washington.

We have standardized for VMworld 2013 on Cisco UCS Blades, and for storage we are using EMC VNX 7500 and EMC XTremIO arrays. To give you a sense of capacity we are going to be using over 80TB of RAM, 2000 Cores of compute and  80 TB of super fast storage. Our Data Centers are run by our top notch team of Architects from our OneCloud Team who are working extremely long weekends to make sure our capacity is ready for you. A big shout out to Patrick N, Brian M. Joel K. and the rest of the team for making this happen.

About our Scale Testing
HOL scale testing was driven out of the need to scale for massive spikes and ensure our attendees have a superb user experience. Joshua S. is heading up our efforts we have successfully run our Hands on Labs service at 890 concurrent users. This is probably more than we will use at VMworld, but its always fun to plan for extra head room.

The Team
It goes without saying – all of this could not have happened without our team dedicated to making this a superb experience for you. A huge thanks to our newly-minted Program Manager Jeannette B who tirelessly keeps us going in the right direction and to the great folks in Corporate Event Marketing who make this an incredible experience for us.

Massive effort put together to bring you the very best in content.

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