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VMware EMPOWER – VCDX War Stories

VMware EMPOWER – VCDX War Stories Session presenters – Andrew Hald, Paul Meehan, Peter Oberacher, Nathan Raper, Johan van Amersfoort VCDX is the highest level of certification offered by VMware and those that earn VCDX are partof an eliete group of architects leading implementations around the world. Moderated by Andrew Hald (VCDX#4) this panel of […]

VMware Empower (and kebabs)

We have finally arrived after a mammoth stint on the UK’s largest car park aka the M25 followed by a much more pleasurable experience with plane and train. On Sunday night I plucked up the courage to book the VCP6.5-DCV exam, there are some areas that I feel reasonably strong in having had a really […]

Hi! Ho! Hi! Ho! it’s off to VMware Empower I go!

I fly out to Vienna this afternoon to attend the VMware Empower, during the three day event I’ll be attending the following sessions; Planning Your Migrations to VMware Cloud on AWS VMware’s SDDC Vision: Data Center to Cloud Center for Advanced Learning – Advanced Architecture Course: Business Transformation and Frameworks New vSAN Assessment Tools vCloud […]

VMware EMPOWER

Coming up fast is VMware EMPOWER event in Vienna Europe, 2nd to 4th July. I’m delighted to say that I will be going this year! I”m looking forward to all the sessions and networking opportunities that the event will present. However, for me I’m most anticipating attending the following sessions, “Center for Advanced Learning – […]

Migrations Continued

Selecting the correct migration approach depends upon a raft of factors. Network and Storage accessibility Platform versions Hardware Network accessibility Is the network shared between platforms? Not necessarily the same VLANs but the same subnets?  During the migration do you need to take into consideration changing IP addresses and subnets?  What is the onward impact […]

Migrations

This is a migration post with a slight change of viewpoint. I’m not going to write about how to migrate a vSphere environment from the infrastructure perspective, there is lots of very good content that covers how to migrate to vSphere 6.5. This is the first post in a series that I’m going to write […]

Virtual_Jon!

I’m very pleased to announce that as Virtual-Simon completes it’s first year online, Virtual_Jon is going to be joining the blog. Virtual_Jon, is a friend of mine, who brings a wealth of experience in all things virtualisation and data centre, check out his bio on the about page for more information. Expect Jon to be […]

Requirements!

Following on from my earlier post about requirements, still remains as catchy as ever, I thought I’d try and cover off a quick example of what makes them and principles so important. When working on any project, before commencing any kind of design work you should have a set of measurable requirements and principles to […]