You probably have heard, seen, and/or read about VMworld now being VMware Explore.
VMware Explore is an evolution of the company’s flagship conference, VMworld. The event has transformed to be the industry’s go-to-event for all things multi-cloud. VMware Explore 2022 features more industry-led solution and technical sessions than ever before, an extensive ecosystem of 90% of the top cloud partners, a thriving marketplace of multi-cloud ISVs and several networking events with VMware Cross-Cloud services and open source communities. With an unparalleled view into multi-cloud services, from public to private to edge, for all applications, VMware Explore 2022 attendees will gain the tools they need to solve challenges by simplifying multi-cloud complexity without compromise.
Source: VMware News
In March it was announced that VMworld is now VMware Explore and that it will take place in San Francisco, CA/USA – August 29 – September 1, 2022, – and in Barcelona/ES – November 7 – 10, 2022, plus additional VMware Explore events – hosted in Brazil, China, Japan, and Singapore in October and November this year.
A general FAQ to VMware Explore has been published in April.
The content catalog for VMware Explore US has gone live end of June. The content catalogue for VMware Explore Europe will be available ahead of November.
As a VMware Technical Account Manager (TAM), I am always interested in seeing fellow TAMs from any GEO (AMER, EMEA, APJ) presenting at events like VMware Explore.
As of today (July 17, 2022) there are 773 sessions in the content catalogue. Below is my manually put together list of sessions with TAMs being presenter or co-presenter.
- Dubai Electricity and Water Authority Goes Digital and Sustainable [CSXB2060US]
- Advanced Topics in VMware vRealize Operations [SPL-HOL-2201-14-CMP]
- Advanced Topics in VMware vRealize Operations [ELW-HOL-2201-14-CMP]
- How VMware Skyline Helps Make Umpqua Bank One of the World’s Greatest Banks [CMB2990US]
- Large Middle East Bank Goes Cloud/SaaS First and Solves Security and Compliance Requirements [CSXB2018US]
- My Best Tips for Upgrading to vSphere 7u3 [VMTN2704US]
- NSX Security [ELW-HOL-2226-03-SEC]
- NSX Security [SPL-HOL-2226-03-SEC]
- NSX-T Advanced Networking [SPL-HOL-2225-02-NET]
- NSX-T Advanced Networking [ELW-HOL-2225-02-NET]
- NSX-T Networking Fundamentals [ELW-HOL-2225-01-NET]
- NSX-T Networking Fundamentals [SPL-HOL-2225-01-NET]
- Respond to Cyberattacks by Introducing NSX-T Distributed Firewall into the Affected Environment [CSXB1738US]
- VMware Cloud Foundation – SDDC Manager Operations [SPL-HOL-2246-01-HCI]
- VMware Cloud Foundation – SDDC Manager Operations [ELW-HOL-2246-01-HCI]
- VMware Skyline – Race To Zero [VMTN2710US]
- VMware vSphere – Advanced Topics [ELW-HOL-2211-02-SDC]
- VMware vSphere – Advanced Topics [SPL-HOL-2211-02-SDC]
- VMware vSphere – What’s New [SPL-HOL-2211-01-SDC]
- VMware vSphere – What’s New [ELW-HOL-2211-01-SDC]
- What to Inspect When You’re Inspecting: Real-World Lessons from Adopting an Orphaned Data Center [CSXB1742US]
Some of the hands-on labs sessions sound similar but there is a small difference –
- SPL: hands-on lab self-paced lab
- ELW: hands-on labs expert led workshop
If you are attending in-person, I can definitely recommend checking on any of the TAM sessions listed above.
For more information about VMware Explore: https://www.vmware.com/explore.html
For more information on VMware Technical Account Management: https://blogs.vmware.com/customer-experience-and-success/services/technical-account-management