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Ever since VMware released vSphere 6.5 late last year, the response from customers has been overwhelming positive.  Customers have been especially excited by features such as enterprise-grade vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA), built-in encryption features, and a modern API set.  Now that people have learned about these new capabilities, we decided for this year’s VMworld to present breakout sessions that focus more on the operation aspects of vSphere 6.5, such as architecture, deployment, and planning your upgrade.  Of course, we still have a wide range of sessions covering such staple topics such as performance, troubleshooting, operations management, the new HTML5-based vSphere Client, PowerCLI, and more.

To help you plan your VMworld, we’ve put together a page that organizes all vSphere related sessions into topic areas and orders them by technical level.  By consulting the VMworld 2017 vSphere course catalog, you’ll be able to find the sessions that are of interest to you and add them to your schedule.  The list also includes Group Discussions, which are a great way to learn how your peers are using vSphere and provide feedback directly to product developers.  We’ve also include both VMworld US and VMworld Europe sessions in the same list.

For quick reference, you can find this catalog at blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/vmworld.

We look forward to seeing you, whether in Las Vegas or Barcelona!

About the Author

Charu Chaubal

Charu Chaubal is the Director of Technical Marketing for the Cloud Platform Business Unit at VMware, and runs the team that works on the vSphere product line. He has been at the company since 2006, and has been responsible for customer education and sales enablement for a wide range of datacenter technologies, such as hypervisor security, virtual networking, hyperconverged storage, and Big Data. Previously, he worked at Sun Microsystems, where he had over 7 years experience with architecting distributed resource management and HPC infrastructure software solutions.