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Developer Center & Partner Programs at Partner Exchange 2015

Are you all getting ready to witness what the ever-growing cloud company, VMware, has in store for partners at the PEX 2015? To get a feel of the changing ecosystem, come visit our booth on the Solutions Exchange floor located inside the main VMware booth. If you are a partner, experience the various programs/services that can help grow your business. Developers, check out the free certifications, SDKs, programs and resources that we have in store for you to build solutions.

At this year’s event, VMware Developer Center will throw some light on the following:

  • Developer Resources and Programs for Product Development and Certification on VMware
  • Developer Center and the Developer Center Partner Network (DCPN)
  • Partner Programs and Services
  • Meet the Program Experts

Don’t forget to attend session from the ecosystem expert:

  • TEX 4231 – Integrated vRealize Automation Program | Meenakshi Nagarajan |Wed Feb 4th (2 – 3 PM)

To meet our program experts, plan to be in the booth at the following times:

February 3

  • 11:00 AM – 1 PM – Networking and Security
  • 1 PM – 2:30 PM – Cloud Management
  • 2:30 – 3:30 PM – Server, Storage, VAAI NAS, PSA, SVA

February 4

  • 11 AM – 12:30 – Virtual SAN
  • 12:30 – 2 PM – End-User Computing
  • 2 PM – 3:30 PM: Storage – Virtual Volumes, Site Recovery Manager

Check us out on Twitter @vmwaredevcenter for instant updates on our one-stop shop developer portal. Come visit us for any questions about our resources and programs.

VMware OVF Tool 3.5.2 Now Available

VMware Open Virtualization Format (OVF) Tool is a command-line utility that enables a user to import and export OVF packages to and from a wide variety of VMware products. You can use OVF Tool to distribute and import virtual machines and vApps, either within your organization or for distribution to other organizations. The latest version, 3.5.2, makes it easier than ever to author and package workloads for the cloud.

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