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VMware TV: VMware webcasts on demand

What is VMware TV?

VMware TV is the next generation of webcasting from VMware that gives you access to the latest technical content in one on-demand hub. Enjoy multiple solution channels, webcasts in three languages (English/Spanish/Portuguese), and an extensive library of content including: 

  • Technical deep dives (beginner, intermediate, and advanced) 
  • Virtual Hands-on Labs 
  • Product demos 
  • IT leadership webcasts 
  • Q&A sessions 
  • And more 

How do I access VMware TV?

Register once for unlimited access to 5 solution channels, including App Modernization, Multi-Cloud, Virtual Cloud Network, Digital Workspace, and Intrinsic Security. To get started:  

  • Step 1: Register for VMware TV 
  • Step 2: Create a password when prompted 
  • Step 3: Log on and build your personal watchlist 

What content will I find?

Whether managing cloud infrastructures in an increasingly multi-cloud world, building modern applications, connecting apps and data in a virtual cloud network, supporting a mobile workforce with secure digital workspaces, or delivering intrinsic security across networks, VMware TV offers unlimited learning opportunities for all IT professionals. 

Filter webcasts by language, channel,

 or by popularity. Plus, create your own watchlist to easily revisit the content that is most relevant to you. Recent webcasts added to VMware TV include: 

  • vSAN Best Practices 2020 
  • Go Hands-On with NSX-T and Test Your Skills in the Odyssey Challenge 
  • IT Leadership Series: How to Achieve Consistent Security policies across your hybrid environment with NSX 
  • Pandemic Preparedness and Response: How to Quickly Set Up a Remote Workforce for Success 

Introduction to VMware TV

Register to Access VMware Webcasts On Demand

Subscribe to this free service to build your personal watchlist, learn about upcoming webcasts, and find expert advice and insight on how to build, run, manage, connect and protect any app, on any device, on any cloud. 

Already registered? Follow @VMwareEvents on Twitter for updates on new webcasts as they’re added to the platform, and bookmark www.vmware.com/tv to watch VMware webcasts anytime, from anywhere.