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VMworld 2017: August 27-31 (Las Vegas, NV)

VMworld 2017

theCUBE’s VMware Coverage

VMworld 2017
August 27-31, 2017
Mandalay Bay Convention Center Las Vegas, NV

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“VMworld, hosted by VMware, is the number-one event for enabling the digital enterprise. VMworld 2017 US brings you five days of innovation to accelerate your journey to a software-defined business—from mobile devices to the data center and the cloud.

It starts with general sessions on the trends that matter most to your business and IT, then goes deeper into breakout sessions, group discussions and expert panels. Experience dozens of VMware Hands-On Labs and VMware Certification opportunities as well as one-on-one appointments with leading subject-matter experts.”



Day One Kickoff | VMworld 2017
Stu Miniman, Dave Vellante, and John Furrier kick off day one of VMworld 2017 in Las Vegas, NV.


Day One Wrap Up | VMworld 2017
Dave Vellante, Peter Burris, and David Floyer wrap up day one of VMworld 2017 in Las Vegas.


Day Two Kickoff | VMworld 2017
Peter Burris, Stu Miniman, and John Furrier kick off day two of VMware 2017 in Las Vegas


Day Two Wrap Up | VMworld 2017
Peter Burris, Stu Miniman, John Furrier, and Dave Vellante wrap up day two of VMworld 2017 in Las Vegas, NV


Day 3 Wrap Up | VMworld 2017
Keith Townsend, Stu Miniman, John Furrier, and Dave Vellante wrap up VMworld 2017 in Las Vegas, NV


Guests Interviewed on theCUBE:

 

Matt Amdur
Principal Engineer, VMware


 

Randy Arseneau
CMO, INFINIDAT


 

Mike Arterbury
VP, Technology Alliances, Dell EMC

Compatible products, unified portfolios define new Dell EMC approach to tech
The business world is changing, and change costs money. As companies spend to fuel their digital transformations, enterprise tech vendors are pulling together to supply this new demand. The time of silos and walled gardens is a memory. Today, tech business relies on partnerships and integration to sell their offerings, according to Mike Arterbury, vice president of technology alliances at Dell EMC. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


 

Rex Backman
Sr Principal Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat Virtualization

APIs and interoperability keys to future business success in open-source world
As computing trends like virtualization, containers or edge continue to create churn in the industry, companies are hard-pressed to maintain a competitive edge. Rob Young, manager of virtualization product and strategy at Red Hat Inc., says his company’s position as an operating system agnostic to the computing infrastructure, virtual or otherwise, enables it to deliver value no matter where the market goes. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


 

Ruya Atac-Barrett
Sr Director, Product Marketing, Dell EMC

Dell EMC tightens VMware integration with new hyperconverged and data protection platforms
Dell Technologies Inc.’s Dell EMC subsidiary is using the VMworld conference in Las Vegas this week to refresh its hyperconverged infrastructure lineup, with an aim to support VMware Inc. customers. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


 

Brian Biles
CEO and Founder, Datrium

What’s behind this new storage solution for the hyperconverged world?
Sometimes it’s really easy to have too much of good thing. In a hyperconverged, scaled-out backup system, there can be numerous motherboards, multiple persistence drives and hardware duplicates as far as the eye can see. That’s why Brian Biles, co-founder and chief executive officer of Datrium Inc., looked for a storage solution that could bring order to the chaos, and in doing so he created something no one had quite seen before. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


 

Tim Breeden
Sr. Director, eCDM Software Engineering, Dell EMC


 

Jason Brown
Consultant, Product Marketing, Dell EMC SacleIO


 

Jason Buffington
Principal Analyst, ESG


 

Eric Burgener
Research Director, IDC

Simpler, better, cheaper: Can IT managers have all three?
Presented with the three options of simpler, cheaper or better, and only two can be selected, which makes the most sense? Ask any information technology manager who is trying to decide the best model among a bewildering array of storage choices for on-premises or off-premises data centers, and they are likely to ask for the solution that gives them all three. That’s the challenge that cloud storage providers are increasingly confronting as they deal with enterprise computing demands. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


 

Brian Carmody
CTO, INFINIDAT


 

Lee Caswell
VP of Products, VMware


 

Jason Chamiak
Sr . Systems Engineer, Peak 10 + ViaWest

For price-to-performance at scale, all-flash storage can’t cut it, says Infinidat
A major selling point of innovative cloud infrastructure is limitless scalability. Ironically, once an organization hits mega scale, economics could send them hurtling back from advanced all-flash storage to more old-school methods. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


 

Alan Cohen
Chief Commericial Officer, Illumio

What does it mean to be fully cloud native? Illumio CCO weighs in
The transition to cloud computing requires a lot of different pieces, including networking security and virtualization, all moving toward a common goal. Alan Cohen, chief commercial officer of Illumio Inc., shared his view on what it means to be fully cloud native, including an analogy to hybrid vs. all-electric vehicles. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


 

Alastair Cooke
Chief Video Officer, vBrownBag Ltd.


 

Joe Cowan
Systems Engineer, Carlisle Interconnect Technologies


 

Chanda Dani
Sr Director, Product Marketing, Storage & Availability, VMware


 

Eyal David
CTO, Kaminario


 

Scott Delandy
Technology Director, Dell EMC Storage, Dell EMC


 

Dom Delfino
SVP, WW Sales & Systems Engineers, VMware NSBU


 

Michael Dell
Chairman and CEO, Dell Technologies


 

Josh Epstein
CMO, Kaminario


 

Peter FitzGibbon
VP and GM of VMware, Rackspace


 

Rebecca Fitzhugh
Technical Marketing Engineer, Rubrik


 

Mike Flaum
Senior Product Manager, HPE


 

Roger Frey
VP, Alliances & Business Development, Skytap


 

Dan Frith
Consultant, PenguinPunk.net


 

Colin Gallagher
Senior Director VxRail Product Marketing, Dell EMC


 

Juan Gaviria
Sr Director, Compute, ADP


 

Pat Gelsinger
CEO, VMware


 

Kevin Gray
Director, Product Marketing, Hybrid Cloud Platforms, Dell EMC


 

Steve Herrod
General Catalyst


 

Eric Herzog
Vice President Marketing, IBM Storage Systems


 

Andrew Hillier
CTO and Co-Founder, Densify


 

Paul Hodge
HPS Product Virtualization Marketing Lead, Honeywell International


 

Josh Holst
Hills Bank and Trust


 

Bask Iyer
CIO, VMware and Dell


 

Erik Kaulberg
Senior Director, Cloud Solutions, Infinidat

For price-to-performance at scale, all-flash storage can’t cut it, says Infinidat
A major selling point of innovative cloud infrastructure is limitless scalability. Ironically, once an organization hits mega scale, economics could send them hurtling back from advanced all-flash storage to more old-school methods. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


 

Steve Kenniston
Global Spectrum Software Business Development Executive IBM Systems


 

Tal Klein
Author, The Punch Escrow


 

André Leibovici
VP Solutions and Alliances, Datrium


 

Yanbing Li
Sr VP & GM, Storage and Availability BU, VMware


 

Bob Madaio
VP, Infrastructure Solutions Marketing, Hitachi


 

Leslie Maher
VP, NA Enterprises Server & Converged Systems, HPE


 

Chhandomay Mandal
Director, Storage Solutions Marketing, Dell EMC


 

Sal De Masi
Director, Data Protection Practice, Teknicor


 

Robin Matlock
VP and CMO, VMware


 

Peter McKay
Co-CEO and President, Veeam


 

Theresa Miller
Founder, 24×7 IT Connection


 

Matthew Morgan
CMO, Druva


 

Vish Mulchand
Sr Director Product Management, HPE


 

Nelson Nahum
CEO, Zadara Storage


 

Craig Nunes
VP Marketing, Datrium


 

Patrick Osborne
Sr Director Product Management, HPE


 

Venugopal Pai
Vice President of Alliances and Business Development, Nutanix


 

Ajay Patel
SVP, Product Development, Cloud Services, VMware


 

Beth Phalen
SVP & GM, Data Protection and Availability Solutions, Dell EMC


Sanjay Poonen
COO, Customer Operations, VMware


 

Sam Ramji
VP Product Management, Google Cloud Platform


 

Russell P. Reeder
President and CEO, OVH US


 

Joel Reich
EVP of Products and Operations, NetApp


 

Keegan Riley
VP & GM North America Storage, HPE


 

Brett Ruth
Server, Storage, & Virtualization Supervisor, BKD


 

Chad Sakac
President, Dell EMC


 

Calline Sanchez
Vice President, IBM Enterprise Systems Storage


 

Byron Schaller
DevOps Practice Lead, RoundTower


 

Phoummala Schmitt
Infrastructure Lead, Independence Blue Cross


 

Dave Shacochis
VP, Product Management, CenturyLink


 

Jon Siegal
VP Product Marketing, Dell EMC


 

Jaspreet Singh
CEO, Druva


 

Sudhir Srinivasan
CTO, Dell EMC Storage, Dell EMC


 

Jesse St. Laurent
CTO, Hyper Converged, Software-Define and Cloud Group, HPE


 

Satyam Vaghani
VP Technology, Nutanix


 

Satya Vardharajan
Sr Director Strategic Alliances, HPE


 

Mark Vaughn
Director, Strategic Technology Group, Presidio


 

Juan Vega
Director, Ready Solutions Product Management, Dell EMC


 

Chris Wahl
Chief Technologist, Rubrik


 

Ed Walsh
General Manager, Storage & Software Defined Infrastructure, IBM


 

Bob Wambach
VP Marketing, Converged Platforms & Solutions, Dell EMC


 

Geoff Waters
VP, Cloud Sales, VMware


 

Matt Waxman
Vice President, Product Management


 

Mark Wiseley
CIO, Palmer Chiropractic College

Dell EMC tightens VMware integration with new hyperconverged and data protection platforms
Dell Technologies Inc.’s Dell EMC subsidiary is using the VMworld conference in Las Vegas this week to refresh its hyperconverged infrastructure lineup, with an aim to support VMware Inc. customers. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


 


Rob Young
Senior Manager, Red Hat Product Management

APIs and interoperability keys to future business success in open-source world
As computing trends like virtualization, containers or edge continue to create churn in the industry, companies are hard-pressed to maintain a competitive edge. Rob Young, manager of virtualization product and strategy at Red Hat Inc., says his company’s position as an operating system agnostic to the computing infrastructure, virtual or otherwise, enables it to deliver value no matter where the market goes. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


 

Ray O’Farrell
EVP & CTO, VMware


 

Jim Measel
Sr. Infrastructure Architect , La-Z-Boy

  • Monday, August 28th, 2017 @ 11:30 a.m. PST
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Kevin Nehring
Chief Technology Officer, Crate and Barrel


 

Tamir Segal
Director, Product Marketing ScaleIO, Dell EMC


 

Chuck Smith
VP & GM Americas Server Business Unit, HPE


 

Paul Miller
VP Software Defined & Cloud Group Marketing, HPE

  • Tuesday, August 29th, 2017 @ 1:50 p.m. PST
  • LinkedIn

 

Sam Werner
Offering Management, IBM Software Defined Storage

  • Tuesday, August 29th, 2017 @ 4:20 p.m. PST
  • LinkedIn

 

Joseph Cowan
Systems Engineer, Carlisle Interconnect Technologies

  • Tuesday, August 29th, 2017 @ 4:30 p.m. PST
  • LinkedIn

 

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