Here is a short video I recorded with VMware as I came out of the day one keynote.
Below you can see my doodles from this mornings keynote at VMworld Europe, I won’t expand massively on the content as hopefully the the doodles speak for them selves. For myself I am really pleased to see how the end user computing strategy is coming together and is now a robust solution set covering all aspects of the end user computing strategy. I was particularly impressed with the project Fargo technology and the cloud volumes technology that is being included with the Horizon Suite. This will allow you to rapidly deploy applications on demand with a demonstration on stage of over 200 applications being provisioned to a desktop instantly without the user even having to logout.
More from me later.
My first day in Barcelona was spent mainly being a tourist and exploring the area near my hotel Plaça d’Espanya. I walked up Montjuïc to see the view from outside the Palau Nacional, twice by day and by night. Walked through some of the Montjuïc Gardens and saw the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc by day and by night, that was quite an experience.
Tomorrow is the first day of VMworld 2014 for me and I will be doing a few labs and attending partner sessions, so there probably won’t be much from me on my blog or twitter until Tuesday, when I intend to be live tweeting and doodling throughout the show.