All of the VMworld sessions from this year have been posted directly to YouTube this year. In the past they were available from the VMworld site, but being on YouTube makes it a lot easier to see your favorite sessions again, see the ones that didn't fit, or experience them all for the first time if you weren't able to attend.
One of my favorite Canadians was kind enough to put together a blog post that has all of the Extreme Performance Series sessions linked on one page. This is the series that I have been honored to be a part since it started a few years ago and focuses on performance oriented sessions.
This year my sessions were Monster Database Virtual Machine Performance and Reducing Latency in Enterprise Applications Caused by Hairpinning with VMware NSX. The first one is about running the largest possible virtual machines with Oracle and SQL Server databases. We have cool graphs and best practices included. The second is about how virtual networking with our NSX product has some performance advantages over physical networking in some use cases.
(A quick note for my mom - it would be cool if you could just click on the two links for my sessions.)
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