Thanks to Duncan Epping who shared the awesome news the other day in which ALL VMworld US 2016 sessions are now freely available to the general public regardless if you attended VMworld or not! This is definitely fantastic news and kudos not only to the VMworld team for doing this but also having it done right after a US holiday. To access the playback videos, you simply just need to register at http://www.vmworld.com/en/sessions/2016.html. Once you have done that, you will be taken to the page shown below with all the VMworld sessions since 2010.
UPDATE: With a bit more hacking around, I have now also created a second list of all the VMworld sessions with their respective download URLs. Please have a look at the Github repo for more info https://github.com/lamw/vmworld2016-session-urls
Although the site allows you to search and filter the content, I personally prefer just a simple list of the titles and direct playback URLs. In the past, I have scraped the VMworld site to build such a list and figure I do the same this year. Luckily, this year it was not as difficult as it was in the past as it looks like some of the data is JSON encoded which makes it trivial to parse into the format I want.
With that, I have published all 539 sessions with direct links to the playback URLs on the following Github project: https://github.com/lamw/vmworld2016-session-urls which you can easily bookmark and hopefully allow Google to also index for searchability in the future. Enjoy!