VMworld in 76 links: the bloggers’ view

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Photo by Janex & Alba under a Creative Commons license. Blogging at a conference like VMworld is complicated business. Bloggers have to think on their feet in the first place — they need to be opinionated, keep up to date with news & technical documents, quickly grasp the substance of a piece of news or Read more...

VMworld coverage

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I'm having some technical difficulties. In the meantime, for more news out of VMworld I highly advise checking out Planet V12n, where you can keep tabs on keynotes, individual sessions, and what looks like an amazing party. Also check out VMworld.com (caution, sound!) — right now it  has a nice video on vCenter Server Heartbeat, Read more...

Obsessively Tracking VMworld Europe

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An empty Solutions Exchange the day before the show opens. photo: Viktor van den Berg They're just waking up over there in Cannes. Time to get dressed and head in to the opening keynote for VMworld Europe 2009. Today was Partner Day, and although most of it was under NDA, some of our intrepid bloggers Read more...

First pics from VMworld Europe are in

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Stu from vinternals posts the first picture from VMworld Europe. Next week, we’re all VMworld, all the time! And VMworld organizer Richard Garsthagen snaps what’s going on behind the scenes. There is a serious amount of hardware in Cannes right now. Read more...

VMTN: Ask the Experts session at the community lounge

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Today's guest post is from Eric Sloof, who blogs at NTPRO.NL, is a VCI, and is often seen with a video camera at virtualization conferences. He has helpfully included everybody's Twitter avatars, so you have a better chance of stalking them in Cannes. (Yes, Duncan really looks like that, although that's an awful photo of Read more...