Britton Johnson (https://twitter.com/vcixnv) caps off our NSX-T update series with an overview of migrations strategies for current NSX-V customers. NSX-V will be going EOL in early 2022, nearly 10 years after the acquisition of Nicira and birth of NSX! Get the info you need to continue using NSX in it’s new, improved, mutli-cloud version, NSX-T!
Britton Johnson (https://twitter.com/vcixnv) continues our NSX-T update series with an overview of the VCAP-NV exam. Britton covers overall exam structure and breaks it down by requirements, assumptions, constraints, and risks/physical, conceptual, logical design
Britton Johnson (https://twitter.com/vcixnv) continues our NSX-T series on vBrownBag for NSX-T 3.1. Details on Advanced Thread Protection capabilities such as Lastline, Advance Thread, IDPS, and Security are covered as well as some great industry resources.
Shannon Kuehn presents “Accelerate Your Journey to Cloud with Azure VMware Solution” Shannon Kuehn is a Senior Cloud Advocate at Microsoft. In this talk Shannon talks about cloud migrations, Azure VMware Solution, and the who-what-when-where-why of using AVS in your cloud migration strategy! Resources: AVS Overview – https://azure.microsoft.com/services/azure-vmware/ AVS Documentation – https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/azure-vmware/ Azure VMware Solution[…]
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
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.[…]
Sean Hicks (@SeanHicks77) presents “VMware Anywhere – VMware on X” What kind of cool stuff can you do when you combine VMware and your favorite public cloud? Resources: https://vmc.vmware.com/ https://www.wwt.com/atc
Bob Plankers (https://twitter.com/plankers) continues our vSphere7 series with a look at new security features and guidance in vSphere 7. Resources: https://twitter.com/vSphereSecurity https://www.vmware.com/security/advisories.html https://docs.vmware.com/en/VMware-Validated-Design/services/introduction-to-security-and-compliance/ https://github.com/vmware/dod-compliance-and-automation
Mike Foley (https://twitter.com/mikefoley) continues our vSphere 7 series with a look at vCenter 7 with Kubernetes. Mike walks through some of the architecture and workflows of administering Kubernetes on vSphere 7. Resources: Mike Foley’s Blogs: https://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/author/mike_foley Micheal West’s Blogs: https://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/author/michaelwest vSphere 7 Hands-on Labs: https://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/2020/06/announcing-the-vsphere-7-hands-on-labs.html
sNigel Hickey (https://twitter.com/vCenterNerd) kicks off our vSphere 7 series with a look at vCenter 7 server. Nigel will highlight both improvements to existing features as well as some new goodies! ?Resources:?vSphere 7 blog – http://vmw.re/vsphere7 vSphere Upgrade Center – https://www.vmware.com/products/vsphere/upgrade-center.html