Tricerat recently attended the VMware Explore 2022 event in San Francisco, California. Learn about the big takeaways from the event, what attendees were buzzing about, and how VMware's return to in person events went with our event recap below.
What is VMware Explore?
VMware Explore 2022 was a 4 day event centered around solving the problems faced by multi-workspace IT environments. Formerly known as VMworld, VMware Explore was comprised of keynotes, breakout sessions, hands-on labs, and a large expo hall filled with VMware partners. The 10,000+ registrants had plenty to keep them busy all week long from checking out a Formula 1 race car to the event's night time party at the Chase Center.
Key Takeaways from VMware Explore 2022
The theme of VMware Explore 2022 was journey to the multi-cloud universe, a fitting theme as VMware used the keynote to show their vision of taking the cloud journey that started over a decade ago into the multi-cloud era that we have today. The current mix of platforms of public clouds alongside private clouds can lead to utter cloud chaos. VMware aims to change that to cloud smart with products like VMware Aria. Aria depends on the VMware Aria Graph to provide a unified hub for visibility, cost, operations, and automation for development and operations across clouds.
VMware also reinforced their core product offerings at the event with the announcement of version 8 of vSphere and vSAN. vSphere 8 leverages modern architectures with CPU, GPU, and DPU for higher workload utilization and performance.
Tricerat has long brought consistent print management across hybrid on-prem platforms using a variety of application delivery methods. As enterprises expand and migrate those workloads, it becomes even more critical to leverage a cohesive set of solutions that deliver dependable application environments to users and promote productivity.
VMware and Tricerat
As a VMware compatible company, Tricerat made sure to have a booth staffed for the full event. Attendees were able to see our streamlined print management solution, ScrewDrivers®, in action at the exhibitor hall. Having been a VMware Technology Alliance Partner for the last 15 years, Tricerat is able to simplify the process of printing and scanning in a VDI desktop environment. Our software solutions embrace and extend the native functionality of VMware, allowing users to print and scan seamlessly from any device at any location.
To learn more about how our solution works, download our white paper covering print management within VMware today!