Tom Fenton looks at companies he found especially interesting this year.
From big announcements to small-vendor scoops to after-hours fun, Tom makes the case for attending the Barcelona event.
At KubeCon you can learn and get a vibe for the direction that K8s is headed and discover how you need to position yourself and your company for these changes.
The latest 'Take 5 with Tom Fenton' highlights Kubernetes presentations ranging from smart metering to ARM64 to 'Getting Started with Kubernetes.'
Tom discusses some of the key announcements made during the event this year.
After earlier sharing his Horizon-themed picks, Tom lists his five must-see VMware Explore session on the technologies he finds most interesting.
From the Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure to Architecting Horizon: The Official Reference Architecture, VMware Explore (formerly VMworld) is returning to an in-person format with many Horizon sessions of interest to Tom Fenton.
Tom Fenton gives his five takeaways from the recent Perform user conference held by Dynatrace, an application performance monitoring and autonomous cloud management specialist.
Tom gets to mingle with like-minded IT folks again and reports back on interesting sessions, companies, trends and more.
"It was nice to see and talk with like-minded people again."
Tom lists his top 5 and then turns presenter in a session where he puts a laptop in a microwave oven as part of an experiment to limit Wi-Fi ... and then turns it on!
Tom Fenton sneakily works around his 5-item limit to showcase even more goodies you need to check out in what might be the first big post-pandemic tech show allowing the option of in-person attendance.
From Project Monterey to the future of VM provisioning (Kubernetes), Tom Fenton shares the top five technologies he's interested in learning more about during the online-only VMworld event in October.
Tom notes new members for the Cloud Native Computing Foundation and covers new goodies from Kioxia, Diamanti, Kasten and more.
Tom Fenton lists his top five takeaways from VMworld this year.