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Hasta la vista, vCenter on Windows

With a complete web client overhaul and numerous features added to the latest version of the VCSA, VMware plans to deprecate vCenter Server for Windows.
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WHAT YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED AT VMWORLD 2017

Attended my first VMWorld & it was quite an incredible experience. Can honestly say this was the best tech conference I’ve attended & i've attended 6 EMCWorlds.
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vSphere Integrated Containers, VMware Cloud on AWS, and the Next Wave of Innovation

VMworld had a more consistent, loud, & clear message: VMware Cloud on AWS is here to stay. Focus on the good (not the bad) with its new offering AppDefense.
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Straight Outta VMworld 2017

At VMworld 2017, VMware is serious about multi-cloud and have taken our feedback in stride.
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What You Need To Know About VMware Cloud Foundation

Anticipated a heavy focus on software-defined solutions such as vSAN and NSX, as well as a renewed emphasis on cloud solutions at VMworld this year.
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C Spire, RoundTower Technologies Forge Alliance to Boost Enterprise Managed Services

Cloud services unit works with well-known solution provider for co-location, disaster recovery and other needs.
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VMware Staying True to Any Cloud

VMware is staying true to its message from a year ago: delivering the same experience across devices, platforms and infrastructure.
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Hybrid Cloud, For Real

At VMworld The overall message was clear: hybrid cloud needs to be a real, usable, manageable, sustainable thing, and VMware wants to make it work.
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Any Device, Any App, Any Cloud

Vmworld 2017 Recap: VMware’s messaging is that the SDDC will be the future, and customers will have many choices for the right platform for each application.
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