A talk with VMWare’s lead geek

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It’s not often that you get to meet one of the people who helped make Silicon Valley the tech powerhouse it is today. Here you get to meet Dr. Mendel Rosenblum, co-founder and chief scientist at VMWare. He also teaches computer science at Stanford University. Translation: he’s smart and you’ll enjoy getting to know a little bit about him, VMWare, and Stanford’s role in building the tech economy in Silicon Valley.

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4 Responses to “A talk with VMWare’s lead geek”

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    […] A very interesting conversation with the founder/Chief Scientist of VMWare (he teaches computer science at Stanford University). iPhone/iPod version. […]

  2. Gabe Says:

    Very cool talk. He definitely touches on some key points out there regarding managing the data center. I don’t think he touched on instant fail-over thou, unless I missed that part. If the host machine dies, the VM auto-magically switches over to the next available VM server. Kinda like a virus with it’s host. Awesome stuff Scoble. :)

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