After the first day exclusively dedicated to its partners, tomorrow VMware will officially open the VMworld Europe 2009 to all its customers.
The first day will begin with a keynote from Paul Maritz, the CEO who replaced Diane Greene in July 2008, while the second day will begin with a keynote from Steve Herold, the CTO who replaced the Executive Vice President of R&D in September 2008.
This configuration was tested for the first time in Las Vegas for the VMworld 2008, replacing the historical duo Diane Greene and her husband (and Chief Scientist) Mendel Rosenblum.
As usual, virtualization.info will provide live coverage of both keynotes.
So stay with us as VMware may have a lot of things to tell tomorrow:
- how the cloud computing vision exposed last September will become a reality
- how the company is involved in the upcoming Cisco blade system California
- if and how it will deliver a new strategy for the SMB market
- how it will answer to the looming threat of a free enterprise-grade Citrix virtual infrastructure
- and more