Office of the CTO at VMworld

The Office of the CTO here at VMware has been busy preparing for VMworld US later this month. Will you be joining us in San Francisco? If so, make sure you check out some of our happenings onsite. We’ve got some can’t-miss technical sessions on the docket from our people– check them out, add them to your conference schedule, and stop by to say hi!

Technology Deep Dives & Futures Track: This new technology-focused track is sponsored by the VMware Office of the CTO. It offers 10+ Technology sessions, including presentations and interactive panels that will help customers plan and evolve their IT strategies and roadmaps around key technology. Attendees will learn about VMware’s technology direction, research, innovation and products from VMware’s technology leaders within R&D and the field.

VMware’s Office of the CTO Booth: Located in the Hang Space! Stop by our booth to learn about the cool innovative projects and technologies coming out of our CTO Office programs, and how VMware customers can get better connected with our field and R&D teams.

Here’s a list of our Technology Deep Dives & Futures track sessions:

Monday Sessions

  • CTO6660 – Hot Topics in VMware R&D — David Tennenhouse, Udi Wieder, Dahlia Malkhi, Christopher Rossbach
    Wondering what is happening in the world of VMware R&D? Attend this panel discussion with our Chief Research Officer David Tennenhouse to learn more, and hear from some of our VMware Research Group members.

Tuesday Sessions

Wednesday Sessions

Thursday Sessions

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