Don&#rsquo;t miss the Partner Day(US) targeted sessions taking place at VMworld 2014. Whether you are a Solution Provider, Service Provider, OEM, System Integrator/Outsourcer or an ISV partner, there is a targeted session that has been created with your needs in mind. Have a look below and sign-up for the sessions you just can&#rsquo;t miss by […]]>
Don&#rsquo;t miss the Partner Day(US) targeted sessions taking place at VMworld 2014. Whether you are a Solution Provider, Service Provider, OEM, System Integrator/Outsourcer or an ISV partner, there is a targeted session that has been created with your needs in mind.
With VMworld right around the corner, the VMware vCloud Service Provider team is gearing up, with many exciting things on the agenda during this year&#rsquo;s VMworld. If you&#rsquo;ve every been curious about VMware Service Provider solutions, VMworld is your chance to get caught up on all of the latest offerings from our partners by meeting […]]> With VMworld right around the corner, the VMware vCloud Service Provider team is gearing up, with many exciting things on the agenda during this year&#rsquo;s VMworld.
If you&#rsquo;ve every been curious about VMware Service Provider solutions, VMworld is your chance to get caught up on all of the latest offerings from our partners by meeting with them in person.
Here&#rsquo;s the list of Service Providers who will be exhibiting inside the Solutions Exchange (many of whom will be in the Service Provider Pavilion – new at VMworld this year!):
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