Understand the evolving VMware technology landscape – don’t miss the NDA Roadmap sessions at PEX held exclusively for TAP members.

  • TEX1236 – NDA Roadmap Update: Cloud Infrastructure and Management (TAP only)
    Feb 26 at PEX – 12:30 – 3:00 PM in Jasmine A,B, third level.

    Eddie Dinel, Director of Product Management will lead this Roadmap session – A software-defined datacenter is where all infrastructure is virtualized and delivered as a service, and the control of this datacenter is entirely automated by software. VMware is making the software-defined datacenter a reality, starting with solutions announced at VMworld 2012. This session builds on that momentum with a NDA Roadmap look at VMware’s plans for 2013, 2014 and beyond in the areas of vSphere, software-defined networking and security, software-defined storage and availability, interacting with the virtual datacenter as an IT provider and IT consumer, infrastructure management, and extensibility.

  • TEX1907 – End User Computing, Mirage and Horizon NDA Roadmap (TAP only)
    Feb 27 at PEX – 2-4 PM in Jasmine A,B, third level.

    Robert Baesman, Director of Product Management, will lead this Roadmap – If you’re a VMware Technology partner who has any involvement whatsoever with End User Computing, this is THE must see session of the week.  We all are excited by the challenges and opportunities of user-centric computing and the consumerization of IT.  With this as a backdrop, we’ll dive into the NDA product road-maps for all three pillars of the VMware Horizon Suite, comprised of Horizon Mirage, Horizon View, and the new Horizon Workspace.  These are the facts you’ll need to plan and align your own business to meet the needs of our mutual end-user-focused customers

  • TEX1940 – Cloud Applications and Big Data Roadmap (TAP only)
    Feb 28 at PEX – 9-11 AM in Jasmine A,B, third level.

    Fausto Ibarra, Sr. Director of vCloud Application Services and Killian Murphy, Director of Product Management will lead this session. The session will cover two areas: The first, Cloud Applications, will cover VMware’s roadmap to support new types of applications on virtualized infrastructure. This will include a discussion of Cloud Foundry along with additional services supporting scale out and mobile applications. The second, Big Data, will address VMware’s roadmap for Big Data applications, including a discussion of Project Serengeti, how we are making vSphere the best platform for multi-tenant and elastic Hadoop, and our plans to support new workloads like Hadoop 2.0, HBase and Hadoop analytics.

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