Spring is in the air…and so is the excitement among the VMworld team, because registration opens in just two weeks! Read on to learn more about what’s happening behind the scenes.
- Global Registration Opens May 8
- Introducing our VMworld 2018 Theme
- Finding the Right Fit at VMworld
- VMware Offers Data Remedy for Doctors
- 2017 Showcase Keynote replay
Mark your calendars and get ready to save your space at VMworld 2018! Registration for VMworld US and VMworld Europe will open on Tuesday, May 8. Our rates are the same as last year – and we’re also offering discounts for alumni, group sales, and more.
Register during our early-bird window to take advantage of full conference passes for $1,795 for VMworld US and €1,275 for VMworld Europe.
The 2018 VMworld theme, “VMworld Begins with You,” is ready to go public. This year, we celebrate you attendees as the linchpin of the future of digital business and welcome you to a world where you begin it all.
Our data stream-inspired visual approach explores the infinite amount of uncontained potential within us and is underscored by our tag lines which recognize the extraordinary impact that you–the catalysts who defy conventional thinking, the innovators who explore potential, and the generators of impact–have on the technology-driven innovation that is disrupting every market and industry.
VMworld 2018. It all begins with you.
You have a unique perspective. Your business challenges differ from those of your colleagues. Your career goals are yours alone. We get it, which is why VMworld 2018 offers education and training that’s tailored to your needs.
This year, we’ll be offering new way for you to discover exactly what’s right for you at VMworld. Once our content catalog is available (in late June), we will be offering session collections that are tuned to your specific interests. Whether you’re a leader, a strategist, or a specialist, these learning paths will help you find the sessions and events that will be most valuable for you.
Biology and VMware don’t seem like an obvious match – until you realize that data, and analyzing enormous amounts of data, can be at the heart of medical work.
VMware senior researcher Rob Johnson recently discovered a way to shrink massive computational biology datasets so doctors can more quickly analyze and diagnose unknown diseases and outbreaks.
Johnson’s computational biology work builds on the counting quotient filter, a data structure he originally developed as a replacement for the widely used, decades-old Bloom filter.
The showcase keynotes at VMworld 2017 captured the interest of our attendees. They’ll be back in 2018; meanwhile, here’s a look at one of last year’s popular sessions.
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