Brian and Gabe on day two of VMworld 2011

Brian and Gabe on day two of VMworld 2011

Brian and Gabe on day two of VMworld 2011

Date: Aug 31, 2011

Virtualization experts Brian Madden and Gabe Knuth talk about VMworld 2011 in Las Vegas. They comment on the size of the convention and VMware’s keynote address, which covered desktop and application virtualization. Find out about leaked View 5 features, VMware Horizon, ThinApp Factory and App Manager being extended to ThinApp. They also chat about delivery of Android VMs to smartphones, the initial announcement of VMware AppBlast, and Project Octopus, a potential rival to Dropbox.

Check out our full VMworld 2011 conference coverage.

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