The (r)evolution of vSAN

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 […]

vSAN from the eyes of a Storage Admin

Glenn Sizemore recently joined the vSAN team coming from one of the big blue storage vendors. His first hand knowledge of traditional storage and now also of vSAN gives him an interesting perspective. Check out Glenn’s most recent post as he discusses vSAN from the eyes of a Storage Administrator. Today I would like to […]

Virtualizing SQL Server

It wasn’t that long ago that SQL Server was considered too resource-intensive to successfully virtualize. A new generation of hardware and advances in vSphere have made it much more common however it’s still easy to make mistakes that can result in poorly performing SQL Server VMs. This week we discuss SQL Server with Argenis Fernandez from Pure […]

Episode 60: Partner Perspectives

https://media.zencast.fm/embed/virtually-speaking-podcast/60.mp3 This week we continue the Partner Perspective series with three great VMware Partners. This week we continue the Partner Perspective series with three great VMware Partners. Topics discussed Cohesity’s Rawlinson Rivera shares their solution for the recovery of a datacenter’s management stack. Veeam’s Anthony Spiteri and Michael Cade update us on Veeam Powered Network, and […]

vSpeaking says So long SoundCloud

The short version of this post is…. we moved Our new rss feed is https://media.zencast.fm/virtually-speaking-podcast/rss What does this mean to you? If you subscribed on iTunes, SoundCloud, GooglePlay, or stitcher it’s business as usual. We redirected to the new rss feed. If you subscribe to a different service please use the new rss feed.  https://media.zencast.fm/virtually-speaking-podcast/rss Take […]