Episode Followup – Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Terraform (But Were Afraid To Ask) by Ned Bellavance
Ned Bellavance (@Ned1313) sits down with us for an discussion about Terraform, the latest from Hashiconf, tips and tricks for using Terraform for automating your infrastructure, and more. Ned is a Hashicorp Ambassador, a Microsoft MVP, and a Pluralsight author. He currently hosts and cohosts podasts such as Day Two Cloud, Buffer Overflow, and The[…]
Are you interested in a career in data engineering and trying to figure out what it’s all about? Elliott Cordo, AWS Data Hero and Head of Data at Capsule, will walk you through data engineering, from definitions to specific components of a well-architected data platform. https://www.linkedin.com/in/elliott-cordo-a8543857/
The VMworld team would like your TechTalk session to be in the Content Catalog when it launches and has set a deadline of the end of June to be part of the Content Catalog at launch. If you have a topic but haven’t submitted it yet, go ahead and submit your session now using this[…]
Vinnie Ramirez presents “Cisco Intersight Service for HashiCorp Terraform” Vinnie Ramirez is a Solutions Architect at Hashicorp. In this talk, Vinnie walks us through the Terraform OSS and Enterprise product and how they are different. Then he goes into the architecture of the Cisco Intersight Service and how it can integrate with Terraform to streamline[…]
TLDR: Signup here. Once again we look towards VMworld and want to have the best community and educational content in the vBrownBag TechTalks. vBrownBag TechTalks are brief presentations (12 or 27-minute slots) by community members that help other community members. Most presentations are technical, the audience is definitely technical. We will arrange with you to[…]
Episode Followup – VMware Skyline – What Is It, Why Do I Need It and How Do I Get Started? presented by Nick Fritsch
Nick Fritcsh (https://twitter.com/nfritsch) shares an update on VMware Skyline. Nick shares product features, use cases, and even dives into a demo of the product. Best of all, it’s free for VMware customers with active support! Resources: https://skyline.vmware.com/get-started https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/55928 https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/71071?lang=en_US&queryTerm=71071
Sean Doyle (@cloudosmotic) presents “Fun with AWS Step Functions”.Sean Doyle is a Principal Cloud Architect with over 20 years in the IT industry ranging from Systems Engineering to Automation and DevOps. Sean also held the titles of AWS Partner Ambassador and AWS Partner AI/ML Blackbelt. In this episode, Sean provides an overview of the AWS[…]
Episode Followup – All I need to know about cybersecurity and digital citizenship I learned in middle school with Sean Tibor
Sean discusses lessons he’s learned from his middle school students and how parallels can be drawn to the IT Security world. Resources: https://www.teachingpython.fm/ https://barbaraoakley.com/ https://thenextweb.com/news/weather-apps-are-secretly-selling-your-location-data-to-the-highest-bidder https://www.amazon.com/Soul-New-Machine-Tracy-Kidder-ebook/dp/B005HG4W9W https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0083DJXCM/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1 https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/rfc1925
Microsoft SQL can perform really well on virtualized infrastructure if tuned properly. It can also perform really poorly if you don’t know what to tune or what to watch out for. David Klee (https://twitter.com/kleegeek) shares best practices and his favorite tips and tricks to troubleshoot and tune MS SQL on VMware vSphere and other hypervisors.[…]
Denis Dyack (@Denis_Dyack) discusses how he and his team at Apocalypse Studios were able to take their game development virtual overnight using AWS tools. Resources: https://apocalypse333.com/ https://deadhaussonata.com/
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