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AWS Presence @ VMworld 2020 – Lots of Activities, Start Planning Now!

Discover how you can take a faster, easier, and cost-effective path to the hybrid cloud with VMware and AWS at VMworld 2020 with keynotes, sessions, guided workshops/hands-on labs, meetings with VMware and AWS experts and more.

As VMware’s preferred cloud partner for vSphere-based workloads, AWS will have a significant presence at this year’s VMworld.  The VMworld virtual format makes it easier than ever for you to learn about our joint hybrid solutions. Whether you’re interested in migrating applications to the cloud, deploying Horizon virtual desktops with VMware Cloud on AWS, running containerized workloads with TKG on VMware Cloud on AWS, or scaling databases with RDS on VMware, there are interesting sessions available.

To help you prepare, leverage this all-inclusive guide highlighting all AWS-VMware joint sessions, activities, and opportunities!

Enhancements to Amazon RDS on VMware Functionality – Learn More Sep-24 or @ VMworld

Amazon Relational Database Services (RDS) on VMware is a fully managed database as a service, that automates administrative tasks for on-prem databases in VMware vSphere environments. Several new functionalities have been added to the RDS on VMware platform (Read Replicas,  SQL Server Always-On availability groups, Reserved Instance Pricing Option, and Proxy Server Support)  – view features here.

Register now to join the exclusive AWS Webinar for Partners on September 24, titled: Manage Databases in Private Datacenters with Amazon RDS.  AWS experts will provide an overview of the product – including its benefits, feature highlights, prerequisites, and use cases.

Registered for VMworld 2020?  Add this session (HCP3187S) to your conference agenda and plan to visit the VMworld Cloud City virtual booth for a demo! Interested in all the joint AWS-VMworld offerings at VMworld?  Take a moment to view this guide!

Meanwhile, visit this wepage or reach out to aws-rds-help@vmware.com for more information.