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VMware CEO highlights tech upgrades, skims over looming Broadcom buy

VMware CEO Raghu Raghuram kicked off the company’s flagship user conference in San Francisco, noting the event’s new name and its return to an in-person venue after two years of being held virtually due to the pandemic. What used to be called VMworld is now VMware Explore in a switch that acknowledges how the audience has changed over the years.

“When we started VMworld, it was a community for data center professionals. But over the years we have broadened,” Raghuram said. Now it’s a community for application developers, platform engineering teams, cloud operations teams, and security teams, he said. “It’s about all of these roles… not only in the data center, but across clouds. It is truly a multi-cloud community.”

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Source:: Network World – Data Center