I’m speaking at VMware VMworld Europe 2018

VMworld Europe 2018

After the rave reviews on our sessions at VMware’s VMworld US 2018 event, I’m happy to announce that I have been invited by VMware to also present at VMworld Europe 2018 in Barcelona.

This time, I will share the stage for a 60-minute break-out session with Deji Akomolafe, Staff Solutions Architect at VMware.


About VMware VMworld

VMworld is a global conference for virtualization and cloud computing, hosted by VMware. It is the largest virtualization-specific event. Each year, there is a VMworld US and a VMworld Europe event, addressing VMware’s two main target geographies.

VMworld Europe 2018 is hosted at the Fira Gran Via Convention Center in Barcelona, Spain from Monday November 5, 2018 to Thursday November 8, 2018.


About my session

I’ll make one main appearance during VMware VMworld Europe 2018, besides the obvious parties and gatherings. Winking smile

Virtualize Active Directory the right way!

VAP1898BE, Tuesday November 6 12:30PM – 1:30PM, Breakout

Active Directory Domain Services (ADDS) allow organizations to deploy a scalable and secure directory service for managing users, resources, and applications. Virtualization of AD DS has been supported for many years now, but has required careful management to avoid pitfalls around replication, time management, and access. While Windows Server 2012 provides greater support for virtualization by including virtualization-safe features and support for rapid Domain Controller deployment, Windows Server 2016 added more virtualization and cloud-focused security enhancements with features such as the Host Guardian Service and Shielded VMs.

In this session, Deji Akomolafe and I share our many do’s and don’ts and show VMware vSphere’s enhanced security feature, VM Encryption for vSphere – VMCrypt, which provides persistent, OS-agnostic VM data encryption across the virtual infrastructure.


Join us!

Join me while I take the stage with Deji.
Don’t miss out and register for VMware VMworld Europe 2018.

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