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What is a MicroVM (µVM)?

By Dave Henry, Technical Product Marketing, @davemhenry Virtustream MicroVM™, or µVM™, is an incredibly cool, surprisingly simple, yet often misunderstood piece of cloud technology. There seems to be some confusion about the MicroVM’s function, and even...


Life at Virtustream: Employee Q&A

From food to the way we dress to the way we interact with each other, culture impacts everything in our personal and professional lives. And while we are working toward a centralized company mission, we each have our unique way of doing things. 


Life at Virtustream

With a team of 2,500+ people and major operations in 10 countries, we’re leading the world’s most important businesses on their journey through cloud transformation. Here’s a snapshot of what our employees across levels, teams and offices are saying about...


Virtustream at VMworld 2017

VMworld 2017 was one for the books! Our week was filled with speaking sessions, whiteboarding and discussing all things cloud with people from across the globe. We wanted to share a few of our highlights from the show, so take a look for a glimpse at Team Virtustream at...


Maintaining Culture While Scaling Your Business

By Lauren Day, Senior Director of Global Talent Acquisition. Culture is critical to the success of any company. From early-stage startups to the Fortune 500, culture is what brings teams together and drives them to achieve their goals. But culture isn't always easy to build...


Five “Gotchas” When Migrating to HANA

By Jake Echanove, Director, Systems Engineering - Americas, @JakeEchanove One of my C-level execs shot me a short email the other day: Jake: In your experience, what are the five most common 'gotchas' that a customer should prepare for when migrating to HANA and the...


How to Write a Winning Resume

By: Lauren Day, Senior Director of Global Talent Acquisition Applying for a new job is a strenuous process and it all starts with writing your resume. A study from The Ladders found that on average, recruiters spend only six seconds reviewing an individual resume. Six seconds...