As the ideal, efficient, and secure universal platform for hybrid cloud, vSphere 6.7 supports new and existing applications, serves IT and business needs, and reinforces your VMware investment. With vSphere, you can now run, manage, connect, and secure your applications in a common operating environment, across your hybrid cloud.

In part 1, we’ll cover what's new and exciting with vSphere, and how it can help you modernize IT and accelerate your organization's digital transformation with vSAN, NSX, vRealize and VMware Cloud on AWS.

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Adam Eckerle

Adam Eckerle

Manager, vSphere Technical Marketing
VMware

Adam Eckerle manages the vSphere Technical Marketing team in the Cloud Platform Business Unit at VMware. This team is responsible for vSphere launch, enablement, and ongoing content generation for the VMware field, Partners, and Customers. In addition, Adam’s team is also focused on preparing Customers and Partners for vSphere upgrades through workshops, VMUGs, and other events.

Kim Jahnz

Kim Jahnz

Principal TAM, Solution Architect
VMware

Kim Jahnz is a Principal Solution Architect and member of the CTO Ambassador program and member of Global Office of the CTO, Field Team. Kim has worked with many organizations in developing solutions to allow them to effectively monitor and management their applications and infrastructures. She has founded customer users groups, speaks frequently at user conferences, and her article, "Guide to Network Management," was featured in Network World magazine.

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With vSphere as your foundational hypervisor layer, keeping up to date with the latest versions is essential to ensure the most efficient and secure experience. By upgrading to vSphere 6.5 or 6.7, your organization will benefit from a simplified customer experience, comprehensive built-in security, a universal app platform, as well as proactive data center management.

In part 2, we will walk you through the newest vSphere features, outline key upgrade considerations, map out fundamental steps to upgrade each vSphere component, and provide best practices to ensure a successful upgrade.

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Nigel Hickey

Nigel Hickey

Technical Marketing Engineer
VMware
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Nigel Hickey is a Technical Marketing Engineer and VCIX6-DTM working for VMware R&D in the Cloud Platform Business Unit. In this role, he serves as a Subject Matter Expert for vSphere Upgrades as well as a trusted advisor for VMware customers and partners. His responsibilities include delivering vSphere Upgrade workshops, generating content, evangelism, collecting product feedback, and presenting at events.

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Upgrading your vSphere environment does not need to be a daunting task. With vSphere 5.5 End of General Support only a few months away (September 19, 2018), it is important to upgrade now.

In part 3, VMware experts we will show you how to plan and execute an upgrade from vSphere 5.5 or 6.0 to vSphere 6.5, as well as how to upgrade from vSphere 6.0 or 6.5 to 6.7. This session will feature all the tools, tips, and tricks you will need to plan for a successful upgrade.

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David Stamen

David Stamen

Technical Marketing Engineer
VMware
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David Stamen is a Technical Marketing Engineer and VCIX6.5-DCV working for VMware in the Cloud Platform Business unit. In that role, he is in charge of delivering vSphere upgrade based workshops to customers, partners and vendors.

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