TOP 10 Free Sessions from VMworld 2014 US. There are new sessions from VMworld US 2014 available for free. There is a TOP 10 of them available. (in fact there is 18 of them).
It’s a good way to allow to people which were not able to attend to still have something to watch until all the sessions, will be available on line (as paid subscription), later this year. However not all the sessions are recorded, like for example the breakout sessions are not, so if you’re attending VMworld and thinking that you not book many sessions, thinking that you’ll watch them later online, think about it.
Recordings of top 10 sessions at VMWorld 2014 US are now available online!
Update: There is 28 Free sessions. I listed them all on my VMworld 2014 page.
Here is the list:
STO1965.1 – Virtual Volumes Technical Deep Dive – link
NET1674 – Advanced Topics & Future Directions in Network Virtualization with NSX – link
BCO1916.1 – Site Recovery Manager and Stretched Storage: Tech Preview of a New Approach to Active-Active Data Centers – link
INF1522 – vSphere With Operations Management: Monitoring the Health, Performance and Efficiency of vSphere with vCenter Operations Manager – link
SDDC3327 – The Software-defined Datacenter, VMs, and Containers: A “Better Together” Story – link
SDDC1600 – Art of IT Infrastructure Design: The Way of the VCDX – Panel – link
VAPP1318.1 – Virtualizing Databases Doing IT Right – The Sequel – link
SEC1959-S – The “Goldilocks Zone” for Security – link
HBC1533.1 – How to Build a Hybrid Cloud – Steps to Extend Your Datacenter – link
INF1503 – Virtualization 101 – link
Quote from the SRM session:
Are you embracing an Active-Active data center strategy for continuous availability of your apps but also want an easy way to manage planned and unplanned failure events ? Have you ever wondered why you couldn’t use SRM in a Stretched Cluster deployment ? In future, you will no longer have to choose between SRM or Stretched Clusters. We will preview a new hybrid model where you can benefit from the key capabilities of both solutions. We will demonstrate upcoming capabilities of SRM that allow you to live migrate a large set of apps prior to planned maintenance activities or to avoid any disaster events; We also show how SRM can simplify recovery operations if there is a failure in one of the Active-Active data centers.
There are other Free sessions available too…
Here is other 8 there as well:
- SDDC3245-S – Software-Defined Data Center through Hyper-Converged Infrastructure – link
- vCloud Automation Center and NSX Integration Technical Deep Dive -link
- VAPP1340.1 – Virtualize Active Directory, the Right Way! – link
- BCO2194 – Data Protection for vSphere 101: Keys to Successful Backup and Replication in a Virtual World – link
- EUC1476.1 – What’s New with View and PCoIP in Horizon 6 – link
- OPT2465.1 – VMware IT’s Transformation: An Update on How VMware IT is Moving to IT-as-a-Service as Told by the People on the Frontlines – link
- NET1846.1 – Introduction to NSX – link
- STO1853-S – Software-Defined Storage: The Transformation of Enterprise Storage Has Begun – link
Check out this link where perhaps later will get added other sessions. As for now there is 18 of them.
Session recordings are available at https://www.vmworld.com/community/conference/us/learn/top10
If you’re not present at VMword San Francisco, you can still register for VMworld Barcelona.
- VMware EVO:RAIL – New hyper-converged solution by VMware
- What’s New in VMware NSX For vSphere 6.1
- VMware OpenStack Integration
- Infinio Accelerator v2.0 Announced with FC, iSCSI, FCoE, NFS and Enviromnents with Multiple Protocols
- VMworld 2014 FlowGrab Beta Launching Centralized Workflow Repository
- Fujitsu One Of the First OEM Partners Announcing VMware EVO: RAIL Integration
- vRealize Cloud Management Platform, vCloud Suite 5.8, vCloud Air Object Storage…
- vMotion Enhancements in vSphere 6.0 – Long Distance vMotion, Across vSwitches and Across vCenters
- DataDog Adds VMware vSphere Support
- VMworld 2014 US Keynotes Day1 and Day 2 Videos
- Rapid-Cloning Technology (project Fargo) and copy-on-write architecture – Future of Desktop Virtualization