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April, 2014

Thoughts on VMware’s Expert-Level Certification Plan

This week I've had the privilege of sitting in a new program being introduced by VMware to create a new expert-level certification.  Before we get in to the program itself I want . . .
 
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March, 2014

Cisco Fully Enters the Cloud Market – The Intercloud

Today Cisco announced that they were investing $1B over the next two . . .
 
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August, 2013

vSphere 5.5 – Changes on the Network Side

Along with the major additions to vSphere 5.5 such as vSAN, Read Cache, etc there are many more minor enhancements.  A number of these fall in to the networking side.  The first . . .
 
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October, 2012

VMworld 2012 Slide Deck for NET-2207

After my session at VMworld 2012 several people requested my slide deck.  That is attached here: IN . . .
 
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October, 2012

Cisco Announces Nexus 1000v v2.1 and New Pricing Model!

Update:  I had previously said that the Essentials license required some level of support but as Gary noted in the comments that is not the case.  If you don't w . . .
 
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September, 2012

New Course from TrainSignal: Cisco Nexus 1000v Implementation Training

Very proud to announce that I have another course released by
 
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May, 2012

Announcing the vSphere Advanced Networking Training from TrainSignal

Another one down!  Very proud to announce the release of my next training offering by TrainSignal.  This is a course focused on the more advanced features and functions of vSpher . . .
 
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September, 2011

My VMworld 2011 Presentation Decks & Videos

You couldn't tell by my blog but last week was VMworld. I'm finally recovering from a crazy week and should have my post-VMworld recap post up tomorrow. But I was asked by a few pe . . .
 
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August, 2011

vSphere 5 How To Series: vDS Port Mirroring

In this installment of the vSphere 5 How To series we'll take a look at the new port mirroring feature in the vDS (vSphere Distributed Switch).  Up until now you had to get a litt . . .