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Show Report: VMworld 2009 – Day Two

VMware’s Cloud Operating System

Tod Nielsen and Paul Maritz hosted the Keynote yesterday at VMworld 2009 speaking to 12.488 attendees. Maritz painted the history of virtualization and presented the idea of the Virtual Datacenter where VMware allows you to manage your virtual datacenter – regardless whether deployed internally on your own infrastructure or externally on the infrastructure of a Cloud [...]



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Andreas has over a decade of experience as an architect and developer, and currently works as a senior performance architect and technology strategist for dynaTrace Software, where he influences product strategy and works closely with customers in implementing performance management solutions across the application life cycle. He is a regular speaker at software conferences, writes for a number of technology publications, and blogs at http://blog.dynatrace.com

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