VMworld 2018 Day 3 and 4 Recap

Solution Showcase Keynotes

Access the Solution Showcase Keynote Replays Here

Download the Solution Showcase Keynote Decks below:

VMworld Fest Party

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The main stage headliner was Royal Machines. Rock music longer than scheduled, in fact they played until 11PM when they were supposed to be done by 10PM. The band is fronted by Mark McGrath (of Sugar Ray), Dave Navarro (of Jane’s Addiction), and Billy Morrison (of Billy Idol as well as The Cult). Bonus though because just when we thought they were done playing, they started inviting additional guest singers on stage.  Check out who proceeded to make this one of the best entertainment nights at VMworld below.

  • Robin Zander of Cheap Trick
  • Sebastian Bach
  • Macy Gray
  • Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit

 

Thursday Keynote Session: The Frontiers of Reality

Final Stats of VMworld 2018

As a final look back, here are some of our more notable stats. Hope you can find yourself in one of them!

  • 300+ customers certified
  • 10,000+ hands-on labs completed – here’s a link to the live stats just for HOL
  • 800 sessions (with more than 160 at maximum capacity)
  • 61,000+ social media posts with the hashtag #vmworld (so far!)
  • 7,200+ attendees at the VMworld Fest
  • 5 Elvis impersonators spotted
  • 3,000 VMware 20th birthday cupcakes consumed

VMworld Day 1 Announcements

VMworld Day 2 Announcements

My VMworld Photo and Video Gallery

VMworld On Demand Video Library

VMworld 2018 Mindmap

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See You Next Year and thanks for the memories

We Will Remember You

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