VMworld features expert-led sessions for any skill level—whether it’s your first year or your tenth. With more than 400 unique sessions to choose from, along with countless hands-on labs, workshops, group discussions, and booth demonstrations, there’s no limit to the combination of learning opportunities available.
Start planning your VMworld schedule when the Content Catalog opens on June 23. Plan your schedule by viewing the list of available sessions and labs. When the Schedule Builder opens on July 21, you can actually pre-register for sessions if you are a registered, full-conference attendee. As sessions fill up quickly, we recommend you choose and pre-register for sessions as soon as possible.
The Content Catalog is published on June 23 and is available to the public. It is the comprehensive list of breakouts, labs, and group discussions. Registered attendees and prospective attendees alike use the catalog to see what topics will be on the agenda, who is speaking, and to start noting their “sessions of interest.”
The Schedule Builder is published once the sessions are actually scheduled. It is only available to registered, full conference attendees who are able to view a complete listing of scheduled sessions, pre-register for sessions, and start building out their personal schedules for the week. Please note: as some sessions fill up quickly, we recommend you pre-register for sessions at your earliest convenience.
Research the agenda early
Content is the #1 reason people come to the conference. The average attendee attends 10 breakout sessions at VMworld, not to mention labs, workshops, group discussions, and 1:1’s with experts. Sessions tend to fill up quickly when the Schedule Builder launches in July (and August for Europe); while we try our best to repeat popular sessions, it’s a good idea to plan ahead and sign up early.
Topics on the 2015 agenda
Software-Defined Data Center