Dell EMC The Source Episode #100: VMworld 2017 State of the Union

Dell EMC The Source Episode #100: VMworld 2017 State of the Union

VMworld 2017 Keynote Day 2 was loaded with “Pivotal” announcements, from Pivotal Container Services (PKS) to VMware on Amazon Web Services. What does it all mean? I spent some time with “Chad” @Sakacc following his annual, and much anticipated, State of the Union Breakout Session.

Like last year, this episode is a bit longer than normal. It includes Chad’s full breakout session “State of the Union: Everything multi-cloud, converged, hyper-converged and more!”

 

 

 

The Source Podcast: Episode #100: VMworld 2017: State of the Union with Chad

If you’re looking for more detail, look no further than the Virtual Geek Blog. Here are some direct links to VMworld 2017 content – Thanks for listening.

VMworld 2017 XtremIO-X2 The Best Clean Sheet AFA Gets Better

VMworld 2017 Re-inventing Data Protection for VMware

VMworld 2017 Pivotal Container Services PKS

VMworld 2017 Continued Advances in hybrid cloud NHC

VMworld 2017 Continued Advances in hybrid cloud EHC

VMworld 2017 Continued Advances in hybrid clouds lessons learnt

VMworld 2017 Thoughts on VMware cloud on AWS

VMworld 2017 Making DIY HCI Easier vSan READY Nodes

VMworld 2017 Vxrack SDDC 2.0 and VMware Cloud Foundation

VMworld 2017 Vxrail The Best HCI Appliance for VMware gets even better

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