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we work in IT infrastructure and we help other people in the IT industry to be better at their jobs by learning about IT. The most frequent activity is producing the vBrownBag podcasts and we also produce TechTalks at conferences.
The vBrownBag crew host podcasts where community members present on topics that will help others in the community. Some podcast series are aimed at helping people achieve certifications for example VMware’s VCP and VCAP certifications. Other podcasts help community members learn an entirely new subject area like the Couch to OpenStack series.
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Merry Commitmas everyone! It is that time of year again to brush up on your git skills and sign up for some great prizes thanks to our awesome end of year giveaway sponsors! Please take a minute to connect with them on Twitter and check out what they have to offer. None of this is Read more about vBrownBag 2017 End of Year Giveaway![…]
The last vBrownBag Build Day of 2017 will be our first Cloud Build Day. Jeffrey and I are headed to Tel Aviv to spend some time with the engineering team at Ravello. The one line summary for Ravello is that it is a cloud management platform that aggregates public clouds. They have their own hypervisor Read more about Announcing the Oracle Ravello Build Day Live. To the cloud…[…]
The Datrium Build Day was different from other Build Days in that we were live almost the whole time. During the Build Day live stream, we use pre-recorded videos so that you don’t need to watch the progress bar’s slow progress. The pre-recorded videos are usually interviews or demos of things that we don’t do during the live stream. The only time we needed the pre-recorded for Datrium was when we had to wait half an hour for VMs to migrate. We did also play the usual unboxing video, that was more to give the crew a break than because we were waiting for anything. So, does this mean that it takes three hours to deploy the Datrium solution to a four-node vSphere cluster? No, we could have done the deploy quite a bit faster. In a real deployment, the slowest part will be getting two SSD devices available in each ESXi server. The initial configuration of the storage node is a few minutes and the deployment to each ESXi server a few more. You can see the whole live stream in this video on YouTube. Over the next week we will get the remaining videos added to the DVX Build Day Live playlist.
Today is the Datrium Build Day, live from 9 am Pacific time on YouTube. There are a few resources that you might want to use: A white paper on converging primary and secondary storage Some great insight into the Datrium split provisioning model A white paper on blanket encryption, where no unencrypted storage data crosses Read more about Datrium Build Day Live[…]
November is upon us and so we are getting close to the Datrium Build Day. The vBrownBag mobile data center will be making another trip to Sunnyvale in Silicon Valley. On Thursday the 16th of November, starting at 9 am Pacific time, we will live stream the process of deploying the Datrium Open Converged platform Read more about Datrium DVX Open Converged Build Day Live on 11-16-2017[…]
What a week, the HPE SimpliVity Build Day was a whole week of work in the data center. Our third Build Day showed you what it is like to deploy a SimpliVity HyperConvered Infrastructure (HCI) into an existing vSphere environment and migrate workloads. We implemented two SimpliVity clusters, migrating workloads into the first and adding Read more about HPE SimpliVity Build Day Wrap Up[…]
Now that the dust has settled from VMworld, it is Build Day season again. On October 26th, we will be live streaming from HPE in Houston as we deploy SimpliVity into an existing vSphere environment. I am really looking forward to this one as it was working with SimpliVity that helped form the idea of Read more about LIVE BUILD DAY Oct 26 9AM PDT vBrownBag Build Day with HPE SimpliVity[…]
A vBrownBag “speed-round” where we saw how much Kubernetes, OpenFaas, and vSphere API’s we could cram into! VMware APIs as a Service using OpenFaaS and VIO Kubernetes Video We take an empty vSphere Integrated OpenStack Kubernetes cluster, and deploy OpenFaaS on it. In it’s normal state, it deploys to single node, behind a port. Traditional Read more about VMware APIs as a Service using OpenFaaS and VIO Kubernetes w Cody De Arkland (@codydearkland)[…]
Kyle Ruddy reviews the RESTful APIs available with vSphere 6.5 *About vBrownBag* SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/vBBYoutube Socials: Twitter: https://twitter.com/vBrownBag Facebook: https://facebook.com/vBrownBag iTunes: http://bit.ly/vbrownbagitunes Google+: google.com/+vBrownBag https://vBrownBag.com is a community of people who believe in helping other people. Specifically we work in IT infrastructure and we help other people in the IT industry to better their carreers by Read more about vSphere 6.5 RESTful APIs with Kyle Ruddy (@kmruddy)[…]
Rubrik’s Peter Milanese discusses: – Authentication – Calling a ReSTful API – Writing Code Using RESTful APIs Video *About vBrownBag* SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/vBBYoutube Socials: Twitter: https://twitter.com/vBrownBag Facebook: https://facebook.com/vBrownBag iTunes: http://bit.ly/vbrownbagitunes Google+: google.com/+vBrownBag https://vBrownBag.com is a community of people who believe in helping other people. Specifically we work in IT infrastructure and we help other people in Read more about Using RESTful APIs w Peter Milanese @pmilano1[…]