As an instructor, I like to have all the material referenced in a class manual available as I prepare for the class and/or when I am preparing to implement the “stuff” we cover in class. So I have gone through the manual and created a page with all the online resources, papers or articles mentioned in the VMware NSX: Install, Configure and Manage [6.4] course in one place.
This is a fantastic diagram for vRealize Operations 6.3! Loaded with terrific detail. Now if VMware would produce documents like this for the rest of their products!
End of general support for vCNS is less than 90 days away…
I am proud to be recognized by VMware as a vExpert for 2016! I am more proud of the fact that I am 1 of 3 from ENS-Inc. that have been recognized by VMware as vExperts for 2016!
The VMware vExpert program is VMware’s global evangelism and advocacy program.
VMware recognizes vExperts with a certificate. vExperts who participate in the program have access to private betas, free licenses, early access briefings, exclusive events, free access to VMworld conference materials online, exclusive vExpert parties at VMworld and other opportunities to interact with VMware product teams. They also get access to a private community and networking opportunities. Currently, VMware has three paths to become a vExpert: the Evangelist Path, the Customer Path and the VMware Partner Path.
The Evangelist Path includes book authors, bloggers, tool builders, public speakers, VMTN contributors, and other IT professionals who share their knowledge and passion with others with the leverage of a personal public platform to reach many people. The Customer Path is for leaders from VMware customer organizations. The VMware Partner Network Path is for employees of VMware partner companies who lead with passion and by example, who are committed to continuous learning through accreditations and certifications and to making their technical knowledge and expertise available to many. This can take shape of event participation, video, IP generation, as well as public speaking engagements.
Awesome work, guys!
Thank you VMware!
This is an old KB that still gets referenced when odd things happen with new Windows VMs.
Just collecting this here for now. This will be referenced in my current project’s architecture design and upcoming vSphere 6 classes.