My Experience – VMworld 2019 – San Francisco

I figured it made sense to say a little bit about my time at MVworld 2019, which was held in San Francisco this year. This was my second time attending VMworld 🙂 It was a rather enjoyable event for sure. With lots of learning and good times times.

  • Sessions I Attended – To give an idea of the slick content sessions
  • What’s New with vRealize Network Insight (vRNI)
  • Evolution of NSX-T host switch
  • What’s New with NSX-T Micro-Segmentation
  • Program NSX-T Network and Security Using Python/Java
  • NSX-T Install, Upgrade and Day 2 Operations
  • NSX-T Deep Dive: Kubernetes Networking
  • Automating vRealize Network Insight with PowerShell and Python
  • Extend Your Existing vSphere Environments to Operate Kubernetes
  • Fully Automated Template Management


    Statistics from VMware as of 29 August 2019:
  • 20,000+ attendees
  • 12,000+ hands-on labs completed
  • 100,000+ VMs provisioned
  • 70,000+ social media mentions (so far!)
  • 8,000+ attendees at the VMworld Fest



This year was my first time attending a hackathon, and it was quite fun for sure. Our team was lead by VMware Sr. TAM, Ariel Sanchez Mora. The team mission was to come up with examples for using ansible to configure and manage vSphere. Just the experience of working with others on this was fantastic and id highly recommend it again to folks for next year. Ill post a little bit about that later, along with some write ups on ansible 🙂



Next year will be in San Fran again, another year of solution creation, testing, breaking, configuring and managing and we get to go the great learning fiesta that is VMworld again!

Here is the link to a roll up of all the sessions on William Lam’s blog virtuallyghetto.

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