VMworld will be packed with live video content. If you're attending the conference in San Francisco, don't miss General Sessions on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, live at the Moscone Center. And plan to spend time in the VMworld Hangspace during conference hours to watch live streaming interviews hosted by the VMware (VMTN) Community and TheCUBE.
If you are unable to drop by or are following VMworld online, the following details provide details to stay connected with these video offerings.
Monday General Session
Sign up for this special event on Monday, August 27th -- you don't want to miss the important announcements about VMware's cloud strategy and solutions. Live streaming coverage will be available for the event with a new digital on-demand experience to follow.
http://vmware.com/go/now (Twitter hashtag #VMwareNOW)
Tuesday General Session
A replay of Tuesday's general session will be available on vmworld.com and on VMworld TV.
VMworld Tech Talks & Community Video (Community & Bloggers Lounge)
Community members have been working hard behind the scenes to make sure that the Community & Bloggers Lounge in the VMworld Hangspace will be even more amazing than ever before. Mike Letschin will be back with the vExpert hour; the #vBrownBag crew will power a series of lightning Tech Talks and superstar interviews; and Randy Keener is bringing in the big guns to show the Community a side of VMware products.
TechTalks schedule | TechTalks live stream
TheCUBE, presented by SiliconAngle and Wikibon, will be streaming live video interviews in the VMworld Hangspace with executives, thought-leaders, technologists, community experts and industry analysts. These interviews will be available online.
TheCUBE live stream
Throughout the conference, the VMworld TV crew will be roaming the Conference Center, Solutions Exchange, Breakout Sessions, Hands-on Labs and other various locations to bring you the latest highlights from the show. Additionally, we will be uploading featured sessions and community videos for on-demand viewing. Catch up on VMworld before during or after the conference on VMworld TV.