The Posters Research projects initiated by VMware employees
vPerfGuard: An Automated Tool for Building Adaptive Performance
Rean Griffith, Xiaoyun Zhu
vHadoop: Fire Hadoop in the Cloud
Junping Du, Wendy He
Environmentally Aware Computing: Using Power, Temperature, and Location Data in the Datacenter
Anne Holler, Kinshuk Govil
Abnormality Analysis of Streamed Log Data
Mazda Marvasi, Arnak Poghosyan, Ashot Harutyunyan, Naira Grigoryan
A Social-Media Approach to Virtualization Management
Ravi Soundararajan, Harish Muppalla, Lawrence Spracklen, Emre Celebi
Automated Policy-driven Placement in the Cloud
Pradeep Padala, Ajay Gulati, Ganesha Shanmuganathan and Parth Shah
xDRS: One Scheduler to Rule Them All
Ganesha Shanmugnathan, Ajay Gulati
vBots: Embodiment of Access Control
Location Aware Calendaring for Zimbra
Melina McLarty, Ahsen Jaffer, Andrey Belokrylov
Towards Scalable and Highly Available Virtual Infrastructure Management
Min Cai, Kinshuk Govil, Yunlu Yang
Test Driven Development and Robots
The Programs Representing some of our innovative programs
A fling is a short-term thing, not a serious relationship but a fun one. Likewise, VMware Flings are tools that are intended to be played with and explored.
The VMware Academic Program is a comprehensive program designed specifically for the academic community.
Project NEE is a new project incubated in the development labs of the Office of the CTO. Already at an advanced stage, Project NEE provides a richly featured, powerful online learning and lab environment delivered from the cloud to any device, anywhere, anytime. We're showing off Project NEE for the first time here at VMworld 2012.
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Located at Booth #1730
Visit the VMware® R&D Innovation Lounge at VMworld 2012 in San Francisco (Booth #1730) to see cutting edge innovation at work at VMware! The R&D Innovation Lounge will be open all week during the Solutions Exchange.
Culture of Innovation
For VMware, Innovation means working creatively to continuously deliver breakthrough technologies that add value to our customers and partners. VMware has a history of innovation, but more important we have a culture of innovation. From our early days at Stanford to bringing new platforms to support private and public clouds, we have maintained our passion around the next big thing.
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