I have been five times to VMworld over the past 15 years. VMworld has brought me to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Barcelona and Las Vegas. It is an event that holds great value for beginners, pro’s and veterans of the industry, young and old. What did VMworld bring me? What did I get out of…Read More
Get Prepared for VMworld 2019 US
August 2019 can seem far away but the Cloud Platform Business Unit at VMware is working tirelessly preparing for another outstanding customer experience for VMworld 2019 US. We are excited about what’s to come and invite you to register to attend and take advantage of Early Bird pricing which ends June 21st. Just as vSphere The post Get Prepared for VMworld 2019 US appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
I have been five times to VMworld over the past 15 years. VMworld has brought me to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Barcelona and Las Vegas. It is an event that holds great value for beginners, pro’s and veterans of the industry, young and old.
What did VMworld bring me? What did I get out of it? I did get to see the first public demo of what now is known as Fault Tolerance. Imagine 13000 people almost being shocked to see what happened when Mendel Rosenblum pulled the power cord from one of two IBM servers running a MS Exchange server doing a synthetic workload simulation and Exchange kept on running! I saw the emerging of cloud computing, virtual desktop computing, high availability, disaster recovery, all technologies that now are main stream but were quite revolutionary when first introduced at VMworld. VMware has been a front runner, path finder and ice breaker for two decades and has taken us on a fantastic journey.
But is is not only new product or future feature demo’s, it is the road map shared in the key notes, all the deep(er) level info shared in the sessions, the talks on the solution exchange with vendors and VMware cracks and developers. The discussion with peers and leaders, vExperts, VMUG leaders from all over the world.
And last but not least, the 3rd party parties, end user outings, partner appreciation events, vExpert parties and the VMworld party. Over the years these have brought me to a LA Lakers game, a San Francisco Giants game, I have heard some great bands like Train and Imagine Dragons in the stadium of the Giants.
So, don’t hesitate, convince your boss you need to go and register for either US (San Francisco) or Europe (Barcelona). I have added the registration links below.
Top 10 Reasons to Attend VMworld 2019 US
Register Now VMworld US in San Francisco is around the corner and it’s time to plan for it. Here are the top 10 reasons why you should attend this preeminent digital infrastructure event of the year. Hear Perspectives about what’s coming next in IT from top VMware leaders and industry experts in the industry. The post Top 10 Reasons to Attend VMworld 2019 US appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
Two Brand New Advanced Exam Preps Just Released
The VMware Learning Zone has just released two additional new programs to help learners prepare for certification exams. Now available with a Premium or Enterprise VLZ subscription, these include: VMware vSphere 6.5 AdvancedDeploy Exam Prep, which is a prerequisite for the VCAP – Data Center Virtualization Deploy certification VMware vRealize Automation Advanced Deploy Exam Prep, which is a The post Two Brand New Advanced Exam Preps Just Released appeared first on VMware Education Services.
New KB articles published for the week ending 18th May,2019
VMware Cloud Provider Pod “ReferenceError: vcsaSize is not defined.” error when deploying the resource infrastructure with Cloud Provider Pod 1.1 Date Published:5/17/2019 VMware vSphere ESXi An ESXi host experiences a Purple Diagnostic Screen during certain storage vMotion operations Date Published:5/14/2019 Virtual machine disk provisioning type changes from thin to thick without warning Date Published:5/14/2019 PSOD The post New KB articles published for the week ending 18th May,2019…Read More
Ansible Integration Comes to Cloud Assembly!
We have introduced Ansible Open Source as the newest configuration management integration within Cloud Assembly. This new addition will greatly expand the application delivery story that exists within Cloud Automation Services. It’s not enough for platforms delver infrastructure anymore. Applications are first class citizens in Clouds, and customers have an expectation that automation delivers these The post Ansible Integration Comes to Cloud Assembly! appeared first on VMware Cloud Community.