It’s time to Make Your Mark – VMworld registration goes live!

Posted on 08/05/2019

In this complex, digitised, multi-cloud world, knowing which tools are right for your needs can be challenging. Technology moves fast, so it’s important to keep on top of the trends and updates that matter to your organisation. That’s why we invest so much in helping our customers and partners build their knowledge – through training, through workshops and webinars and, of course, through our flagship events.

Now in its 11th year, VMworld Europe is our celebration of customers and partners in the EMEA region. Taking place in Barcelona from 4th to 7th November, we are delighted to announce that registration is now open!

This year, we want you to Make Your Mark. We know there are hundreds of different technology events – what makes VMworld Europe different is that we’ve designed it to be the discovery powerhouse for IT professionals. It is there for our customers and partners to find the information, tools and partnerships they need to take technology—and their own power to shape it—to the next level.

While we might not be descending on Barcelona until early November, now that registrations is open attendees can sign up. Even better, those who register before 26th July can access the Early-Bird rate.

Defining the issues and opportunities we face today

Broken into key tracks which cover the trends and themes defining business and technology today, VMworld is the perfect event to expand knowledge, meet new people and hear the latest and greatest innovations from enterprise thought leaders.

For this year, our focus covers the topics and trends shaping and powering enterprise transformation today. From hybrid and multi-cloud, to building and managing modern apps, through to networking and security, we have it covered. That’s before we look at the end-user experience, with digital workspaces, or tap into the emerging trends that are already starting to change how we all operate.

So that’s everything from the right cloud for your apps, to how you manage a complex mix of environments, how you keep your business critical services secure, what that looks like for your employees and customers, to how the likes of artificial intelligence and edge computing are going to completely change your life in the next three to five years.

To get a taste of what that could look like, take a look at our VMworld Europe 2018 highlights.

Your perfect event begins today

New sessions, workshops and keynotes will be added over the coming months, so be sure to sign up so you don’t miss the latest updates.

VMworld Europe might not start until 4th November, but your preparation can begin today. To Make Your Mark, register as soon as possible.


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