Time is nearly up for initial submissions for vBrownBag TechTalks at VMworld. On Friday night (June 30th), we will be taking the initial submissions and putting together the schedule for the TechTalks. Right now, it looks like we will have a full schedule for VMworld USA and room for a few more sessions in Barcelona. Read more about vBrownbag TechTalks at VMworld, Going Forward with Rubrik[…]
vBrownBag TechTalks are back for a sixth year at VMworld US and EMEA. After a little drama along the way, I am confident that these will be the best vBrownBag TechTalk we have had at VMworld. Two great changes for us, the TechTalks will be in Schedule Builder and we will be reaching out to Read more about Veeam supports vBrownBag TechTalks at VMworld[…]
It was our first time making vBrownBag video at Dell/EMC World, despite having so many friends at both companies. We had an interesting mix of community presentations and people from inside Dell/EMC. Two interesting presentations were by Dell/EMC fellows, Radia Perlman and Steve Todd, these are people valued for thinking about the future of IT. Read more about TechTalks at Dell EMC World – Follow up[…]
This guest post is by Ryan of VIRTUBYTES where you can find his back catalog of posts. Ryan writes about VMware products and a lot of related infrastructure technologies.
A few weeks back, we discussed Zerto’s ability to perform point-in-time file level restores directly from the replication journal. However, what if the data you need from 30 minutes ago isn’t readily compiled into a file or requires manual intervention to produce; such as a database backup or a PST export of Exchange mailbox items? Introducing Zerto Failover Tests for data recovery.
The following content is in Spanish, the language in which the webinar is presented. 2017-03-09 #vBrownBag LATAM @molikop #AWS primeros pasos con live demo 2017-03-09 #vBrownBag LATAM @molikop #AWS primeros pasos con live demo 2017-03-10T05:53:14.000Z
Mike Foley, TME for Security will be discussing what’s new in vSphere 6.5 security. What’s New in vSphere 6.5 Security Video Show Notes: What’s New in vSphere 6.5 Security. Presenter: Mike Foley Twitter: @mikefoley – VM Escape is not the problem you are looking for! (1:00) – When do I get encryption? (1:35) – VMware’s Read more about vBrownBag Follow-Up What’s New in vSphere 6.5 Security with Mike Foley (@mikefoley)[…]
This guest post is by David Espejo, who blogs at vcloudopia.wordpress.com, where you can find his back catalogue of posts. David writes mainly in Spanish, but has an expanding English language section here. Find out more about the guest blogger program here.
Welcome!. This site is mainly written in spanish but i’m starting to open a new section for an english-speaking audience, touching different topics that -I consider- may have even more resonance in the broader reach that english language enable in this globalized world😉
As part of my preparation for the VCAP6-DCV Design exam, I red different official documents and came across with a bunch of notes written, mainly, in a very informal format that could be rapidly understood by me when I needed to review them. I have practical experience deploying VSAN since the creepy 1.0 version and I have witnessed the constant effort from the VMware team to enhance the product.
There is a great new way to stay up to date with all things vBrownBag, it is our shiny new email newsletter. Signup to hear what we will be doing in the coming months, podcast topics as well as conferences and events we will be taking part in over the next few months. We will Read more about Sparkly new vBrownBag newsletter[…]
The vBrownBag Crew are busy again, we will be making TechTalk videos at vForum Sydney for the fifth year. As usual, we welcome any community presentations and invite you to submit a session using this form. We will be in the Solutions Exchange, look left as you come in the main door. We will be Read more about TechTalks at vForum Sydney[…]
We are on the ground in lovely Las Vegas and will be making videos at NetApp Insight starting tomorrow.
The schedule is mostly set. There will no doubt be modifications as there always are.
If you are not here at the Mandalay Bay, then you can watch the live stream of the presentations on our TechTalks live page. If you are in a different time zone, then use this page to get an idea of what the times are close to you.
Also, big thanks to the team at NetApp for bringing us here to make some video.