vForum rolls into Sydney next week and the vBrownBag crew will be there, near the Dodgem cars making TechTalk videos. The TechTalk location makes more sense when you know that vForum Sydney takes place at Luna Park, a historic funfair at the north end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. If you are at vForum then you will find[…]
After a couple of years away, the vBrownBag crew will be at vForum Sydney this year making TechTalk videos and interviewing presenters from the main stages. If you will be at vForum you can volunteer to present a TechTalk by filling in this form. You can also see the TechTalks being recorded, although it doesn’t[…]
It is now nearly a month since VMworld USA and we are starting to think about VMworld EMEA, where there will be another full schedule fo TechTalks. You can already find many of these sessions in the Content Catalog for VMworld EMEA, just search for VMTN. This is also a great time to announce that[…]
VMworld US is over for 2018, and I hope everyone has recovered from the travel and the inevitable post-conference ills. I managed to not pack any decent shoes, just my travel slippers and a pair of sandals. As a result, I learned that new shoes and conference walking do not mix, the big blister on[…]
Hey guys, this is Ken Nalbone and Luis Ayuso. Ben Di Qual adds to our Azure series with a demonstration on Azure Monitoring and Operations. We take a look at the Azure dashboard and monitoring capabilities, both overall and within specific application stacks. If you’d like to ask Ben Questions, reach out to him on[…]
Mark Morowczynski joins the Microsoft Azure series to talk about Azure Active Directory Have questions? as Mark on Twitter at https://twitter.com/markmorow *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[…]
Nick Colyer and Cooper Lutz continue the Microsoft Azure Fundamentals series with Azure Automation with ARM and Terraform. Find Nick on twitter at https://www.twitter.com/vNickC Find Cooper on twitter at https://www.twitter.com/lutz_cooper Cooper blogs at https://cooperscloud.tech/ https://skylinesacademy.com Skyline Academy has a great offer for vBrownbag Viewers. Purchase an Azure 70-533 Certification course for 50% retail price. Enter[…]
Eric DeBord joins us for the Azure series discussing App Services. Eric is a contributor at https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/azureedu Questions? Hit Eric up on twitter at https://www.twitter.com/ewdebord *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[…]
Another, very educational, Build Day Live event completed, and I still find that each event feels different. The Build Day Live with Supermicro felt like I was learning a lot about the company and not so much about the specific product that we deployed. I already knew that Supermicro is a server vendor in their own category, not an all-encompassing behemoth like some of the other big vendors but not just an assembler of components like some lower cost vendors. I knew that Supermicro designs and manufacture their servers and that their engineering is top notch. What I didn’t realize was that the engineering and manufacturing happens in San Jose for products shipped to US customers. I didn’t know how good Supermicro is at re-using engineering across product families using modular designs. I also had no idea that there are a complete range of Supermicro data center network switches.
Burnout seems to be a part of IT life, but does it need to be? We have seen a lot more people talking about stress and burnout this year and I think this is a really important topic. This year the vBrownBag crew will be part of several efforts to help you, or people around you,[…]
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