A Celebration of Innovation and Human Potential

“The best way to predict the future is to invent it.” – Alan Kay These words were echoed by Pat Gelsinger, VMware’s CEO, during the closing keynote at RADIO 2019 in May. That is what RADIO is all about: a glimpse into the future, a celebration of innovation, and most importantly, a testament to our […]

VMware and Red Hat bring Red Hat OpenShift to the VMware SDDC

Today at Red Hat Summit, VMware and Red Hat announced mutual support for OpenShift 3.11 on VMware software-defined data center (SDDC) technologies, along with a mutually hosted reference architecture that details integration of all core VMware SDDC components—VMware vSAN, NSX-T and vSphere—with Red Hat OpenShift. In addition, we also plan to release a VMware Validated […]

VMware OCTO Application Platforms Position Paper

Welcome to the VMware OCTO Application Platforms Team Blog Today we are releasing an Application Platforms OCTO Position Paper Brief Overview of the paper… We often meet customers that have migrated to the public cloud only to later determine that some of their critical legacy application patterns have transitioned to a public cloud implementation, and they […]

Azure IoT Edge on VMware vSphere: Accelerating Innovation at the Edge

Chris Wolf and Daniel Beveridge, VMware Office of the CTO Cloud is increasingly evolving from a place, to an operating model. While we can and should embrace cloud computing, there are a few use cases where it’s simply more efficient to run a cloud service adjacent to where data is created or consumed, rather than […]

Technology Predictions for 2019

I used to write an annual blog post on my networking predictions for the year ahead, but it seems that I dropped the ball (as it were) at the end of 2017. My last effort — predicting the rise of SD-WAN, expansion of network virtualization outside the data center, and the importance of networking for […]

Hackers Innovate Everywhere at VMware’s Global Borathons!

Last fall, we saw over 400 hackers participate in a Borathon across our major global sites. From Bulgaria, India, China, Palo Alto, and a global Open Source Borathon, where all the teams hacked remotely across the world. In case you’re wondering, “Borathon” is VMware’s quirky name for our internal hackathon and originated from our cultural […]

VMware Announces the 2018 Systems Research Award Recipient

Celebrating advances in domain-specific languages VMware is pleased to announce the 2018 recipient of the early career Systems Research Award:  Tiark Rompf, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Purdue University.  Tiark is recognized for radically new approaches to performance- and safety-critical systems, in particular through rethinking the role and relationship between high-level and low-level languages. […]