544 recordings of VMworld 2016 keynotes and breakout sessions available

For the first time in history of VMworld, VMware made available recordings of ALL VMworld breakout sessions to everyone for free!

This is a good trend from publishing no video’s a couple of years ago. It really helps to educate people about VMware solutions.

In total there are 544 recordings available. That is even more than the 432 breakout sessions listed in the VMworld Content Catalog.

The recordings can be viewed from here after filling in name, email address.

There are three different locations where recordings of break-out sessions are available for viewing.

  1. At the VMworldTV YouTube channel (overview see below). This has 10 recordings so far
  2. At the VMworld.com website listed under ‘Top 10 daily sessions‘ (so far 30 recordings)
  3. At the VMworld.com website listed under ‘VMworld sessions‘. This has 544 recordings

Some of the recordings are listed in more than one of the three locations.

To watch the recordings here you need to fill in name, email address and job role. That is it!

To download the recordings in MP4 format, see this page created by William Lam. It shows all sessions with a direct link to download the recording. To download multiple recordings at once a tool like cURL can be used.

Enjoy watching!

An overview of the VMworldTV recordings as published on YouTube:

General Session – Monday

General Session – Tuesday

NET9989 – VMware NSX, Network Bridge to Multi-Cloud Future

EUC7601 – Advances in Remote Display Protocol Tec

EUC8404 – What’s New with Horizon 7

MGT7718 – The KISS of vRealize Operations!

INF8038 – Getting Started with PowerShell and PowerCLI for Your VMware Environment

INF9083 – Ask the vCenter Server Experts Panel

INF8036 – Enforcing a vSphere Cluster Design with PowerCLI Automation

STO7645 – Virtual Volumes Technical Deep Dive

STO9424 – VMware VSAN Vision: The Future of HCI

VIRT7621 – Virtualize Active Directory, the Right Way!



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