VMware is set to showcase its latest innovations in multi-cloud, apps modernisation, and digital experience at GITEX Technology Week on October 10 – 14, 2022.
At its stand in Hall 7 VMware will have a strong focus on customer innovation and will show attendees how to accelerate cloud transformation, secure and empower a hybrid workforce, and connect and secure their apps, enabling them to innovate faster and drive their transformation plans.
VMware’s stand will feature distinct zones representing its strategic priorities to scale cloud native platform operations, accelerate enterprise cloud transformation, and empower the hybrid workforce.
VMware will also have a presence at Global DevSlam, a transformational project by the UAE government to help coders become strategic enablers of the UAE digital economy, which will run alongside GITEX at Dubai World Trade Centre. At DevSlam, VMware will showcase its Tanzu portfolio, a modular, cloud native application platform that enables vital DevSecOps outcomes in a multi-cloud world.
During the show, VMware will also host various technology sessions on its stand including tech demos and a podcast series featuring top management and experts live from GITEX every day. These sessions will demonstrate VMware’s latest solutions and their use cases, including how multi cloud and apps modernisation can help organisations develop and deploy software faster, run apps reliably at cloud scale, reduce risk and protect systems.
Global VMware executives including Joe Baguley, VP and CTO EMEA, VMware swill attend the event and be on hand to discuss all things innovation with customers and new prospects.
Ahmed Auda, Vice President and General Manager – Middle East, Turkey and North Africa, VMware, said: “VMware is dedicated to helping organisations embrace a multi-cloud and app-centric approach that opens-up new levels of innovation, while enhancing security and increasing agility. This is especially important at the current time, as organisations seek to raise their game amid global challenges including inflation and supply chain issues. We’re excited to meet organisations from all sectors to demonstrate how they can continue to innovate and push the boundaries with technology.”