Immerse yourself in VMworld like never before—as a completely digital experience.
VMworld is a US based conference for virtualization and cloud computing, hosted by VMware. It is the largest virtualization-specific event.
Due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, VMware has decided to not host VMworld in San Francisco, CA or Barcelona, Spain. VMworld 2020 is therefore going virtual and it’s free to attend – for everyone who is interested. Registration opened June 23, 2020.
VMworld gives you the chance to hear expert perspectives on what’s coming new in IT. You can engage and interact with others – your colleagues and other attendees from around the world. Attending VMworld is also a chance to advance your career. Get skills and expertise which help you to solve problems – now and tomorrow. But VMworld also offers time for fun. Will be interesting to find out what has been planed.
You have the chance of 48 hours of non-stop innovation from September 29 – October 1, 2020. Americas will be kicking off on September 29, 2020 – 9:00 am Pacific (UTC-7), Asia Pacific kick off is on September 30, 2020 – 8:00 am Singapore (UTC+8) and EMEA kick off on September 30, 2020 – 10:00 am Central Europe (UTC+2).
Have you attended VMworld before?
I am a newbie. For me, it will be my first attendance of a VMworld. In the past few years, I was able to watch the opening keynote by CEO Pat Gelsinger. The keynote are recommendable highlights.
I am looking forward to choosing sessions from learning tracks, like
- App Modernization
- Intrinsic Security
- Digital Workspace
- Virtual Cloud Network
- Emerging Trends
The session catalogue will go live during July. Make sure you look out for the catalogue to find out what topics the speakers have prepared. The session builder will go live in September. Use the builder to create your VMworld schedule.
Don’t miss out on the chance of 48 hours of non-stop innovation.
See you online at VMworld 2020!
Update – June 24, 2020
The session catalog is online. New sessions will be added weekly.
The session builder to create your own schedule for VMworld goes live on September 1, 2020.