It's clear that Europe is no longer VMworld's "little sister" show.
It's the only new version that retains the processor-based licensing model.
Bare-metal cloud services take another step in IaaS.
It's VMware's second major cloud partnership; the first was with IBM.
The new product is called "VMware Cloud on AWS."
Audit logs, Web sites can now be monitored.
An overview of speakers and strategy.
It's not the leader in any category, but it doesn't have to be. In some cases, it only has to present a viable alternative.
Companies on the cutting edge of virtualization.
The company wants to compete with Amazon in the cloud.
Microsoft has made a host of improvements to its core virtualization stack in the latest version of its flagship server.
Cross-cloud architecture, containers and Dell highlight the show.
How did Azure get to be the No. 2 public cloud platform, and other questions for an Azure executive.
As happens so often, the rhetoric does not match the reality.
The company changed focus more to collaboration than one-stop-shopping.
The growing cloud divide that's separating SMB from enterprise.
It's never too soon for some snap judgements.
It will soon own VMware, and is integrating with that technology nicely.
Attendance figures and keynote reactions, among other observations.
Good integration, but questions persist.
Hotel: good. Michael Dell interview: bad.
Cloud Foundation, Cross-Cloud Services are featured.
The VMware CTO shares his thoughts on the Dell buyout, vendor lock-in, VMworld 2016 and more.
VMware faces intense competition in the market, from competing products and huge vendors like Microsoft, Citrix and Google.
A new role for forward-thinking companies.
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