Since VMworld 2019 registration is now open I thought I would share my sessions for your consideration. This year I will be presenting two sessions. A vSAN Best Practices session that addresses core, edge, and cloud scenarios and a Live Virtually Speaking Podcast that will not disappoint. (details below) HCI1894PU The Virtually Speaking Podcast LIVE: […]
Here we go again Its the week before VMworld 2018. The time when everyone is finalizing their plans for what should be another great week of innovation, learning, networking and reconnecting with friends, old and new. This will be my 7th consecutive year at VMworld and I must say it never gets old. I always […]
A Proof of Concept (or POC) project is a common approach used by companies to assess the viability of a software product for solving a particular business need. So what does it take to conduct a successful POC? This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we bring in Dave Morera and Sudhir Balasubramanian to walk us through this process […]
Trying to explain what I do for a living is always fun. If I say I work in IT the response usually is “Oh can you fix my computer”? If the person is more tech savvy and knows what VMware is, I usually get the response “Oh so you’re a programmer” News Flash: of the […]
Virtual Volumes (VVols) was designed to solve a lot of the pain points VMware and/or storage admins face today. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we bring in one of the industry’s most authoritative VVol subject matter experts Cody Hosterman from Pure Storage. Read more.
Recently I guest hosted a great post by Glenn Sizemore entitled vSAN from the eyes of a Storage Admin. This post got so much visibility that I thought we should bring Glenn in to the podcast and expound on these ideas. Read more
vSAN is VMware’s software-defined storage solution, built from the ground up for vSphere virtual machines. It abstracts and aggregates locally attached disks in a vSphere cluster to create a storage solution that can be provisioned and managed from vCenter and the vSphere Web Client. This week on the Virtually Speaking podcast we are pleased to […]