VMworld: Community Tech Talk – Differentiate or Die?

As mentioned in a previous post I was lucky enough to be able to present a #vBrownBag Tech Talk at this years VMworld. Even though the timing meant a smallish audience in the Community Hang Space it was a thrill to present…somehow I even got my still on the frontpage of the VMworld Video Page: […] Read More

VMworld: VCAP5-DCA Book Giveaway

Those that have been following my Twitter over the past month or so would know that I took up the challenge to sit and pass my VCAP-DCA at VMworld 2014. After a crazy three weeks of cramming I managed to pass after taking the exam on Sunday. One of the best study materials for that […] Read More

vCHS vs vCloud: vCloud Air Network…VMware Solidifies Partner Relationship

I must admit…I didn’t see this coming! One of my more recent posts a couple weeks ago was related to how VMware would engage with it’s Service Provider Partners with the continuing push of, what was then vCHS. Though I did not want to admit it personally I felt that VMware could take a more […] Read More

VCAP-VDCA550 – Objective 4.4 : Configure and manage vSphere Replication

One of the new Objectives in the VCAP-DCA 550 is around the vSphere Replication Appliance. The Blueprint specifics that there will be one Replication Appliance in the Exam Lab so safe to assume you will be getting a question on vSR. Objective 4.4– Configure and manage vSphere Replication Skills and Abilities Configure and manage a […] Read More

VMworld 2014: #vBrownBag Tech Talk’s

Like a few others out there I was unsuccessful in my session submission for VMworld 2014…With vCloud Director not being flavour of the month at the moment (I counted only 3 sessions on vCD related content) my chances where slim! However I have managed to secure a speaking slot with the #vBrownBag Tech Talk’s which is an […] Read More

vCHS vs. vCloud Providers: The Elephant in the Cloud

A couple of years ago I remember first hearing about Project Zepher which was rumored to be VMware’s first attempt at a public cloud offering…though it wasn’t officially announced at VMworld 2012 it was the basis for what would later become vCloud Hybrid Services. Just after VMworld I wrote this post where I stated: …VMware always being […] Read More

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