VMworld

vBrownBag TechTalks at VMworld 2018 – The Power to Catapult!

VMworld 2018 is fast approaching and in the last 24 hours, notifications where sent out to those lucky enough to have their session submissions accepted. Having been on the wrong side of that email multiple times I understand the disappointment that comes with not having a session accepted. The great news about VMworld is that […] Read More

Setting up vSAN iSCSI and using it as a Veeam Repository

Probably one of the least talked about features of vSAN is it’s ability to serve out iSCSI volumes. The feature was released with vSAN 6.5 and was primarily focused on physical workloads and is easily configurable via the vSphere Web Client. iSCSI targets on vSAN are managed the same as any other vSAN objects using […] Read More

VMworld 2017 Veeam Recap – Breakouts, TechTalks and Final Thoughts.

Both VMworld US and Europe have come and gone in quick time this year and while I only attended VMworld US my team and other Veeam staff featured at Europe and both event’s where extremely successful for Veeam. I felt VMware had a good couple of shows, the gap between the two was too short […] Read More

What’s in a name? VSPP to vCAN to VCPP

Prior to VMworld there where rumours floating around that the vCloud Air Network was going to undergo a name change and sure enough at VMworld 2017 in the US, the vCAN was no more and that the VMware Cloud and Service Provider program would be renamed to the VMware Cloud Partner Program. There has been […] Read More

VMware Cloud on AWS: Thoughts One Year On

Last week at VMworld 2017 in the US, VMware announced the initial availability of VMware Cloud on AWS. It was the focal point for VMware at the event and probably the most important strategic play that VMware has undertaken in it’s history. This partnership was officially announced at last year’s VMworld and at the time […] Read More

VMware Cloud on AWS Availability with Veeam

It’s been exactly a year since VMware announced their partnership with AWS and it’s no surprise that at this year’s VMworld the solution is front and center and will feature heavily at Monday’s keynote. Earlier today Veeam was announced as an officially supported backup, recovery and replication platform for VMware Cloud on AWS. This is […] Read More

Veeam Vault #8: VMworld 2017 Edition…Still Best Of!

I’m sitting in the airport lounge waiting to board the first leg of my 26 hour journey to Las Vegas for VMworld 2017 and I thought it was no better time to write the next edition of my Veeam Vault series. This will be my fifth VMworld as as I wrote earlier in the week…I […] Read More

VMworld 2017: vCloud Air Network Again Out in Force

Last year saw a resurgence in vCloud related sessions at VMworld and the trend has continued this year at the 2017 event. Looking through the sessions at Partner Exchange and VMworld proper the refocus on the vCloud Air Network that was announced at VMworld 2015 has gathered steam. This together with the subsequent release of vCloud Director SP […] Read More

VMworld 2017: Don’t Take it for Granted!

This time next week VMworld 2017 will be kicking off with the Sunday evening Welcome Reception among other sponsor and community events and for me, it will mark my fifth VMworld since 2012 having only missed the 2013 event. It’s become an annual pilgrimage to the west coast of the US so much so that […] Read More

Updated: VMworld 2017 – #vGolf Las Vegas

To say that #vGolf is back bigger and better than the inaugural #vGolf held last year at VMworld 2016 is an understatement! This year’s event has been very popular and has gotten a great response. I’d like to give special mention and thank you to the sponsors of this years event: Special mention going to […] Read More

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