Our approach to end-user computing (EUC) at VMware is a little like Pam’s race strategy on “The Office”: start fast, run fast and end fast. We made big headlines at the start of 2016 with the reveal of VMware Workspace ONE, Horizon Air Hybrid-Mode, Horizon 7 and many other new product releases. We’re still moving.
Now, let’s take a look at our second quarter—by the numbers. Check out some of the biggest EUC stories from VMware in the last few months.
400: Unique breakout sessions happening at VMworld 2016.
The most comprehensive virtualization, cloud and networking educational event is back! Get ready for October 2016 in Las Vegas.
— VMware Horizon (@vmwarehorizon) July 7, 2016
100+: Windows migrations a single technician can concurrently handle with new VMware TrustPoint technology.
TrustPoint, the endpoint visibility and threat detection solution powered by Tanium, provides customers with rapid visibility and control of every endpoint. Layering VMware operating system (OS) migration technology, TrustPoint can also automate and accelerate Windows 10 migration and management.
46: IBM cloud data centers worldwide that VMware Horizon Air customers can soon leverage.
VMware will offer Horizon Air on the IBM Cloud thanks to an expanding partnership. Customers will be able to deliver cloud-hosted virtual desktops and applications via Horizon Air and the IBM Cloud in more locations and with lightning-fast speed.
17: VMware Mobile Security Alliance partners working to mitigate mobile threats with advanced, integrated solutions.
VMware announced five new partners to the Alliance last month: cloud access security broker (CASB) leaders Blue Coat Systems, Inc., CloudLock, Netskope, Palo Alto Networks and Skyhigh Networks.
9.5: The score VMware and Workspace ONE received for Visionary Innovation Leadership.
Frost & Sullivan recognized VMware and Workspace ONE as a Visionary Innovation Leader for End-User Computing. According to the report, Workspace ONE addresses emerging enterprise needs, from BYO-anything to Windows 10 management and, as a result, truly delivers on business transformation.
8.4: The newest release of VMware AirWatch powering VMware Workspace ONE.
Along with VMware Identity Manager, the newest AirWatch enterprise mobility management (EMM) release builds new capabilities into the digital workspace: support for the Microsoft Windows Store for Business, advanced BYOD support and more.
7: Guests we’ve welcomed on the all new Echo ONE podcast.
Why do we have smartphones but dumb apps? Will the Internet of Things (IoT) live up to the hype? How did an app “accidentally” reinvent email? VMware leaders and industry experts share their insights from the frontlines of the evolution of the digital workspace.
6.3: The newest version of VMware vRealize Operations for Horizon and Published Apps.
Monitor Blast Extreme protocol in VMware Horizon 7. Experience a new help desk dashboard. Collect data three times faster.
5.8: The newest version of VMware Mirage.
Our next-generation desktop image management solution, Mirage, now supports full image management for Windows 10 in the 5.8 release. What does full image management mean?
2.11: VMware App Volumes release optimized for on-premises Horizon 7 customers.
App Volumes 2.11 works in conjunction with new VMware Instant Clone technology in Horizon 7, enabling “just-in-time” desktop and app delivery.
2: Axes on which AirWatch was positioned highest and furthest on in the 2016 Gartner Magic Quadrant for EMM.
That’s a first.
1: Seconds it could take to rapidly clone and deploy a virtual machine with Instant Clone technology.
VMware previewed Project Orion last month at Citrix Synergy to lines of eager attendees—a new Instant Clone capability that works with Citrix XenDesktop.