DXC is proud to be a platinum sponsor at VMworld 2021. We are excited to share best practices and strategies for building, optimizing and running the right cloud environment for your company to increase business agility and innovation.
For over 15 years, DXC has developed IT solutions that leverage VMware technologies to empower the workplace, maximize data centers, transform security, modernize apps and integrate public clouds. Together, DXC and VMware offer services and solutions to guide the customer through their entire cloud journey.
During the event, engage in DXC speaker sessions, have individual discussions with our executives and experts, and peruse our customer stories, thought leadership and solution overviews, all designed to help you discover the right cloud for your business.
Learn about our partnership with VMware.
Session ID: MCL3079S
Ilya Joel-Pitcher, Cloud and ITO Offerings Leader, DXC Technology
For enterprises navigating a hybrid world, knowing when to move workloads into and out of cloud environments is a common challenge. A misstep can easily increase risk, complexity or cost. Success requires modernization that is secure, makes economic sense, enables choice and control in hybrid and multicloud environments, and supports business objectives.
Leveraging insights we’ve gained from transforming thousands of workloads and applications, we’ll share real-world examples of cloud done right, common red flags to watch for, and key strategies to consider to successfully incorporate cloud into your business model.
Session ID: MCL3061S
Michael G. Nelson, Hybrid and Multicloud Offering Manager, DXC Technology
James Bion, VMware Practice Lead, Americas and APAC, DXC Technology
Hybrid cloud and multicloud environments enable greater flexibility, but they also increase complexity and the potential for added risk. In this session, we’ll show you how to transform your organization’s current operating model into a modern one with the right managed services and modernization strategy. We’ll share how to increase control and efficiency of your hybrid and multicloud environment and how to successfully modernize applications. Our experts will outline DXC's managed services for multicloud (vRealize Automation) and modern applications (Tanzu), with a brief demonstration.
Session ID: MCL3456S
Special Guest Speaker:
Mehdi Belahcen, Senior Cloud Architect, Alstom
Fred Chavez, Virtual Desktops and Applications Offering Manager and Global Desktop, DXC Technology
Matt Cudworth, Cloud Native and Modernization Lead, APAC, DXC Technology
Mike Reddie, Senior Director of Cloud, VMware Australia
Olivier Savornin, Vice President and Country Manager, VMware France
Stéphane Torlet, Account Chief Technology Strategist, DXC Technology
Join panel guests from DXC Technology and VMware as we share insights and success stories from around the globe. Our session will be broken into three parts with unique content from each region:
Europe – Oct. 6, 3:30 pm CEST – Special guest Mehdi Belahcen, senior cloud architect from Alstom, and Stéphane Torlet, account chief technology strategist in EMEA for DXC Technology, will discuss how the city of Amsterdam manages its tram and subway traffic using a hyperconverged solution implemented by Alstom, DXC and VMware.
Americas – Oct. 6, 2:30 pm PST – Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) isn’t new, but VDI is gaining traction as a viable solution for companies that need secure desktop services for a hybrid or fully remote workforce. That said, VDI is still a complex technology that is not without challenges from performance issues, unanticipated costs and security. Join DXC and VMware to learn ways to overcome these challenges, and best practices for creating a simplified VDI solution that is flexible, cost-effective and delivers zero trust security.
APJ – Oct. 7, 11:00 am SGT – Join Matt Cudworth, cloud native and modernization lead, APAC, at DXC Technology and Mike Reddie, senior director of cloud at VMware Australia, for a fireside chat where they will discuss current challenges organizations are facing when migrating to the cloud, as well as DXC's Multi-Tenant VMware Cloud on AWS service, which launched in Australia earlier this year.