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Hi everyone, welcome to another feature packed edition of the TAM newsletter. As we head into winter in the USA and towards the end of the year most of our events are completed for this year. There is however still plenty of news and action from us on many different fronts as we execute on our promises from VMworld and other events around the world. While it might seem like it is a slower time of the year, here ate VMware we are moving forward with so many of our new solutions, such as VMW on AWS for example. The best way to keep updated with all of these is via your TAM and this weekly newsletter, so I will step out of the way and let you enjoy this weeks update.

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NEWS AND DEVELOPMENTS FROM VMWARE

VMware Radius

  • Realizing the Vision: Accelerating the Multi-Cloud Future
    “For every company considering and planning for a multi-cloud future, there is a common endgame,” said Raghu Raghuram, chief operating officer, Products and Cloud Services. The goal is to be able to develop and deploy any app, old or new, on any cloud and any device. A VMworld 2017 keynote present...
  • Leading our Industry into a Software-Defined Future with Strategic M&A
    By Shekar Ayyar, EVP, Strategy and Corporate Development & GM Telco NFV Group, VMware  Shekar Ayyar, EVP, Strategy and Corporate Development & GM, Telco NFV Group At VMware, we’ve been a pioneer and leading innovator in “software defined” for nearly two decades. To get there, we have championed ou...
  • VMware Showcases Healthcare IT Transformation at CHIME, AEHIS
    Healthcare IT is undergoing a massive transformation. Once left in the farthest recesses of the basement, it has quickly emerged as a strategic differentiator for the business and a center for enabling cutting-edge research projects, delivering distributed patient care across connected healthcare or...

Open Source @VMware

  • The Open vSwitch Fall 2017 Conference is Here
    VMware is hosting the fourth annual Open vSwitch Fall Conference (OVSCon), the conference for all things Open vSwitch and beyond. We have a new home this year at the Club Auto Sport venue located in San Jose, Calif. On November 16-17, you can expect 25 25-minute talks and six lightning talks last...
  • Open Source Project Harbor: Efficient & Secure Container Image Management
    One of VMware’s most popular open source projects is Project Harbor, an enterprise-class registry server with hundreds of users worldwide. At VMworld, Henry Zhang, chief architect of Project Harbor, delivered a vBrownBag presentation on efficient and secure container image management using Harbor. ...
  • 7 Questions with Alan Renouf on Open Source, SDKs & Community at VMware
    We sat down with Alan Renouf, VMware Senior Product Line Manager, to discuss his involvement in the evolving open source community at VMware. As part of the VMware vSphere and, more recently, VMware Cloud on Amazon Web Services (AWS) teams, Alan focuses on: Application programmable interfaces (AP...

VMware vSphere Blog

  • Key Manager Concepts and Topology Basics for VM and vSAN Encryption
    At VMworld 2017 VM and vSAN Encryption and security of vSphere in general became VERY popular topics. And in those discussions the topic of Key Managers came up and specifically “How many key managers should I have?” was a recurring question. This blog article will give you two examples of key ...
  • Three Key Reasons for Joining Modernize Data Centers Track at vForum Online
    As digital transformation increases across the business world, the era of costly, complex legacy infrastructures is coming to an end. But what will it take to modernize infrastructures in such a way that IT gets the agility and flexibility it needs to operate, innovate, and scale to meet the demands...
  • Understanding the Impacts of Mixed-Version vCenter Server Deployments
    There are a few questions that come up quite often regarding vCenter Server upgrades and mixed-versions that we would like to address. In this blog post we will discuss and attempt to clarify the guidance in the vSphere Documentation for Upgrade or Migration Order and Mixed-Version Transitional Beha...

Network Virtualization

  • Abstract, Automate & Secure — From Data Center to Cloud to Edge
    By Milin Desai, Vice President of Products, NSBU It feels like only yesterday when we started our journey into networking at VMware. Even from the early beginnings in 2011, it became clear to some of us that the abstraction and operations model of virtualization for compute and memory, which comple...
  • VMware NSX/Kubernetes and F5 – A Cloud Native App Integration
    Introduction When Bob Dylan wrote back in the 60’s “times they are a-changin” it’s very possible he knew how true that would be today.  Last week, we saw a few things announced in the container technology space during the DockerCon event in Copenhagen – but one thing that I believe came as a surpri...
  • Real World Use Cases for NSX and Pivotal Cloud Foundry
    Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) is the leading PaaS solution for enterprise customers today, providing a fast way to convert their ideas from conception to production. This is achieved by providing a platform to run their code in any cloud and any language taking care of all the infrastructure “stuff” f...

Virtual Blocks

  • 3 Key Reasons Why You Must Attend the Modernize Data Centers Track At vForum Online
    As digital transformation increases across the business world, the era of costly, complex legacy infrastructures is coming to an end. But what will it take to modernize infrastructures in such a way that IT gets the agility and flexibility it needs to operate, innovate, and scale to meet the demands...
  • Oakland University Accelerates Technology Growth with vSAN
    At first glance, Oakland University (OU) looks like a relaxed midwestern university with rolling lawns and students lounging under spreading oaks. And while that is indeed part of the university’s charm, a closer look reveals a campus culture that is anything but sleepy. Serving more than 20,500 stu...
  • vSAN Announcements and Highlights from VMworld 2017
    Las Vegas wasn’t the only destination on VMworld’s itinerary this year. The annual conference traveled overseas and made waves in Spain. The record breaking number of attendeeds at each event heard how vSAN surprassed the noteworthy milestone of 10,000 customers. Many of these customers were out in ...

VMware Cloud Management

  • vRealize Network Insight 3.5 – Feel the vRNI
    vRealize Network Insight 3.5 (vRNI) introduces a number of great features, which improve our visibility and ability to ensure a secure and compliant configuration.  Also Network Insight is now available as a service.  This means you can rely on VMware to handle management and updates of Network Insi...
  • IT As Developer Of Infrastructure As Code
    IT As Developer:  One Of The Keys To Relevance This blog is the third installment in a series focused on the question of what IT teams need to do to retain or regain relevance (depending on their circumstance) with line-of-business.  For the full list check out my first blog  on this subject.  In a...
  • vRA and NSX – Intro to App-Centric Networking and Security
    Introduction In a software-defined world, infrastructure is defined by policies based on a set of requirements — prescribed by the business, applications, security or IT itself. Those policies are tied to a set of logic that integrates and automates a given service as needed, when needed. For its p...

Cloud Foundation

Cloud-Native Apps

  • How Cloud Foundry Container Runtime Tackles Both Day 1 & Day 2 Operations for Production Kubernetes
    by Merlin Glynn, Technical Product Manager, VMware Cloud Foundry Container Runtime (CFCR), formerly known as Project KUBO, is an open source project that delivers the functionality of both Day 1 (deployment) and Day 2 (operations) tasks for Kubernetes clusters. The initial genesis behind CFCR was t...
  • Connect with VMware Around Containers at DockerCon EU
    Copenhagen is one of Europe’s leading cities around information technology, making it the perfect locale for this year’s DockerCon EU, taking place October 16-19 at the Bella Centre in Denmark’s capital city. DockerCon is the leading container conference for practitioners to learn from other contain...
  • Join VMware at China Kubernetes End User Conference
    On October 15, the China Kubernetes End User Conference, a joint venture put on by Caicloud, Cloud Native Computing Foundation and the “K8sMeetup China Community,” will celebrate the tremendous technological impact of Kubernetes, unveil the latest updates and enhancements around it and provide top-l...

VMware End-User Computing Blog

  • How KRACK Affects Your Mobile Workforce & What You Can Do About It
    A couple weeks ago, a serious security flaw in the WPA2 protocol, that can be exposed with Key Reinstallation Attacks (or KRACK for short), was introduced to the world. This was an interesting discovery because we’re used to seeing vulnerabilities typically show up in software, whereas this weakness...
  • 4 Reasons to Consider Cloud-Hosted VDI for Business Continuity & Desktop DR
    No business is exempt from a disaster. Surveys show more than half of organizations report at least one downtime event lasting more than eight hours in the past five years. Whether downtime is caused by a simple power outage, a malware attack or a natural disaster, organizations worldwide are at ris...
  • VMware Unified Access Gateway Technical Deep Dive
    The VMware Unified Access Gateway (formerly called Access Point) is a platform that provides secure edge services and access to defined resources that reside in the internal network. This allows authorized, external users to access internally located resources in a secure manner. This blog and the a...

AirWatch Blog

  • 10 Best Practices for Migrating From Windows 7 to Windows 10
    I recently spoke to many customers at VMworld in Las Vegas on Windows 7 to Windows 10 migration projects and had the opportunity to present this topic to more than 500 attendees—proof that Windows remains top of mind for many customers. For those not in attendance, consider the following 10 best pra...
  • The Revolution Begins: VMware Named a Leader in Inaugural IDC Marketscape for Unified Endpoint Management (UEM)
    I’ve been talking for the past month, leading up to VMworld 2017, about how VMware Workspace ONE powered by VMware AirWatch is leading the PC lifecycle management (PCLM) revolution with a modern, real-time, over-the-air approach. And then at VMworld, we announced even more unique Windows 10 PCLM fea...
  • Reflections From Microsoft Ignite 2017
    The shift in momentum for both Microsoft and VMware over the past year has been dramatic. The response from customers and partners has been overwhelmingly positive across Microsoft Inspire, VMworld and Microsoft Ignite. If stock price alone were an indicator, both companies are up between 25 and 50 ...

The Support Insider

  • Top 20 vRealize Operations Manager articles for October 2017
    Touch screen compatibility in vRealize Operations Manager 6.x Resetting the Administrator password in vRealize Operations Manager 5.x and 6.x Adding additional storage to vCenter Operations Manager Analytics or UI virtual machine Change the IP Address of a vRealize Operations Manager 6.x Multi Node...
  • Top 20 Horizon View articles for October 2017
    Provisioning or recomposing a linked clone desktop pool fails Unable to verify vCenter certificate in VMware View Administrator Virtual machine application runs slower than expected in ESXi Configuring VMware View Event database on an SQL server fails with the error: An error occurred while attempt...
  • Top vRealize Log Insight articles for October 2017
    Downloading Export Event Results, Export Chart Data, Export Content Pack, and Export Support Bundle fails in Log Insight 3.3.x Unable to log in to Log Insight as a member of an AD group defined in Log Insight Creating a firewall rule to block the JMX port 7199 on VMware vRealize Log Insight 2.5 (CV...
  • Top vRealize Automation articles for October 2017
    Directory sync in vRA 7.x fails with error ‘Connector Communication failed with Response’ Logging in to a tenant with verified administrator credentials or user credentials fails in vRA 6.2.x Removing a virtual machine from vRealize Automation 7.x using Cloud Client Requests get stuck at ‘In Progre...
  • Top VSAN articles for October 2017
    Diskgroups fail to mount due to heap exhaustion Adding additional hosts to an existing vSAN cluster Component metadata health check fails with invalid state error vCenter Server task list shows several erroneous messages stating: Update vSAN configuration VMware vSAN witness appliance may be using ...

 

EXTERNAL NEWS FROM 3RD PARTY BLOGGERS virtuallyGhetto

  • Updating OVF properties for a VM using vSphere API and PowerCLI
    Deploying a new OVA/OVF containing OVF properties that need to be configured is super easy using PowerCLI's Get-OvfConfiguration and Import-VApp cmdlets. Many examples can be found online including the PowerCLI Deployment Github repository. However, once an OVA/OVF has been deployed and running as a...
  • NSX-T PowerCLI community module
    During the development of my automated NSX-T 2.0 lab deployment script, I had created several PowerCLI functions using the new NSX-T cmdlets and NSX-T APIs to help me test and troubleshoot. I finally got a chance to clean up the code as well as package them all up into an NSXT.psm1 module which hope...
  • When to use Move-VM cmdlet vs xMove.ps1 script for performing Cross vCenter vMotions?
    Since publishing my Automating Cross vCenter vMotion between the same and different SSO Domain article back in early 2016, I have had a large number of customers reach out to me and share their success stories of allowing them to perform datacenter migrations to consolidating vCenter Servers all due...
  • vGhetto Automated NSX-T 2.0 Lab Deployment
    Last week, I had spent some time exploring and getting myself more familiar with NSX-T, which is the next generation release of the NSX platform from VMware. One of the first thing I do when learning about a new product is to setup a lab environment that I can using. Having gone through the deployme...
  • VMware Cloud on AWS - VM Creation Date available in vSphere API
    I was recently doing some work with my VMware Cloud on AWS instance and I needed to verify something in the vSphere API. Since I already had a browser open, rather than context switch, I decided to quickly open up the vSphere MOB which is a debugging tool that provides a browser interface to the vSp...

ESX Virtualization

  • Replication of VMs to Remote Site via Seeding Option
    Virtualization admins which manage virtual infrastructures running VMware vSphere or Microsoft Hyper-V often use external backup and replication tools. This is mainly due to a reliability and performance. VMware’s core replication technology works with a VMware vSphere Replication (VR) product, but ...
  • MTPuTTy Free Tabbed Add-On For Putty
    If you work with SSH and using a Putty software (which is great btw), you might miss out not using this awesome Add-on for Putty which creates a tabbed session with each connection. The software is called MTPuTTy and it works as an Add-on for Putty, which is a very popular and free SSH client. This ...
  • VMware vSphere Client Download Page
    VMware vSphere Client for Windows is officially dead for vSphere 6.5 but for earlier versions you can still use it. Many VMware and IT consultants are still using it when they visit their clients on older vSphere infrastructures. You perhaps still prefer the old vSphere Windows client for Free ESXi ...
  • Intel Optane 900P Low Price NVMe might Be a Perfect Fit For a Home Lab
    This news came from a fellow blogger Erik Bussink with who I had a conversation on Twitter last week. Erik has a MEGA homelab and he put me in a right direction when it comes to a choice of NVMe SSD for a VSAN cache tier. We’ll talk about Intel Optane 900p which might be a game […] Read the fu...
  • Zerto Virtual Replication 5.5 U2 Released
    There is a new update to very popular Replication software from Zerto. In fact, Zerto Virtual Replication 5.5 U2 Released this week, brings some additional enhancements and bug fixes which we will talk about today but stays more or less just a maintenance release. As you know, Zerto is one of the co...

CormacHogan.com

  • Does Storage vMotion rename Virtual Volumes also?
    I had another question recently about whether or not the Storage vMotion behaviour of renaming VM files on a VMFS or NFS datastore also worked with Virtual Volumes or VVols? After a quick test, I can state categorically that the answer is yes. I created a VM on a Nimble Storage appliance, presented ...
  • Guest OS space reuse on vSAN
    This post came about after a brief discussion with my pal, Lee Dilworth. Although the outcome of this test has really nothing to do with vSAN, the behaviour was observed on certain Guest OS which were running on vSAN. I guess the first thing that needs to be made clear is that there is no support fo...
  • Changing policies on-the-fly with VVols
    Last week, I was presenting at the VMware User Group (VMUG) event in Poland. My topic was SPBM, Storage Policy Based Management. This is the framework for consuming data services, whether these are provided from vSAN, Virtual Volumes or VAIO (IO Filters). You can get the presentation from here. One ...
  • Slides from my Storage Policy Based Management presentation now available
    My Storage Policy Based Management (SPBM) presentation slide deck is now available online. This is the presentation that I delivered at a number of VMUG (VMware User Group) meetings this year in Europe, primarily Norway and Poland. SPBM is an integral part of VMware’s software defined storage vision...
  • Getting to grips with NFSv4.1 and Kerberos
    Over the past few weeks, I’ve been looking to update some of our older white papers on core storage topics. One of the outdated papers was on NFS, and a lot had changed in this space since the paper was last updated. Most notably, was the introduction of support for NFS v41 in vSphere 6.0, along wit...

Scott's Weblog

  • Kubernetes on OpenStack: The Technical Details
    This is a liveblog of the OpenStack Summit session titled “Kubernetes on OpenStack: The Technical Details”. The speaker is Angus Lees from Bitnami. This is listed as an Advanced session, so I’m hoping we’ll get into some real depth in the session. Lees starts out with a quic...
  • Issues with OpenStack That Are Not OpenStack Issues
    This is a liveblog of OpenStack Summit session on Monday afternoon titled “Issues with OpenStack that are not OpenStack Issues”. The speaker for the session is Sven Michels. The premise of the session, as I understand it, is to discuss issues that arise during OpenStack deployments that ...
  • To K8s or Not to K8s Your OpenStack Control Plane
    This is a liveblog of the Monday afternoon OpenStack Summit session titled “To K8s or Not to K8s Your OpenStack Control Plane”. The speaker is Robert Starmer of Kumulus Technologies. This session is listed as a Beginner-level session, so I’m hoping it’s not too basic for me (...
  • OpenStack Summit Sydney Day 1 Keynote
    This is a liveblog of the day 1 keynote here at the OpenStack Summit in Sydney, Australia. I think this is my third or fourth trip to Sydney, and this is the first time I’ve run into inclement weather; it’s cloudy, rainy, and wet here, and forecasted to remain that way for most of the Su...
  • A Sublime Text Keymap for Bracketeer
    I’ve made no secret of the fact that I’m a fan of Sublime Text (ST). I’ve evaluated other editors, like Atom, but still find that ST offers the right blend of performance, functionality, customizability, and cross-platform support. One nice thing about ST (other editors have this t...

Welcome to vSphere-land!

  • 30 Must-Read Small Business IT Blogs 2017
    I was recently honored to be included in a list of 30 must read SMB IT blogs and wanted to say thank you to BizTech for including me in that list. I looked through the blogs in that list and there is a lot of diversity in it with everything from credit card blogs to … Continue reading » ...
  • How VVols impacts storage protocol choices with vSphere
    File vs. Block, why choose one over the other with vSphere. They both have their pros and cons which has influenced decision making when it comes to picking your storage with vSphere but VVols has changed the game of how storage protocols interact with vSphere which may also impact your decision mak...
  • With attendance down does this mean VMworld has jumped the shark?
    As I reported in my annual post on my experiences at VMworld, attendance was down this year and in a fairly big way. VMware reported attendance at 20,000 this year which is about a 15% decline from the 23,000 who attended in 2015 & 2016. Is this a sign that less people care about what … C...
  • New report from IDC highlights the many benefits of VMware VVols
    I find one of the biggest barriers to VVols adoption is lack of customer understanding of what VVols is and what it will do for them. Many customers are happy with VMFS and the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” mind-sight is prevalent which keeps them using what they are comf...
  • VVols enhancements coming in the next vSphere release
    I’ve known the VVols roadmap for quite a while but haven’t been able to share that publicly but VMware recently just shared it in a VMworld VVols session that is publicly available on YouTube so I though I would comment on that. If you watch the STO2446BU – VMware Virtual Volumes T...

Virtual Geek

  • Seriously DIY HCI or HCI Systems are you SURE?
    I want to be clear – I see REAL cases where customers cover the full spectrum for real reasons – from DIY to turnkey systems.    I know that we as Dell Technologies need to provide great choices for builders of IT, and consumers of IT. That said – I see some bad examples of self-inflicted pain by ...
  • VMworld 2017: XtremIO X2the best clean-sheet AFA gets better.
    This week marks the launch of the next generation of an incredible successful product – Dell EMC XtremIO. The best way to think of X2 as the 2nd generation of XtremIO – it takes the great foundation of the strengths of XtremIO and builds on them. The core architecture of keeping all the metadata ...
  • VMworld 2017: re-inventing Data Protection for VMware
    This is cool. Every customer needs Data Protection for their VMware environment – local backup and recovery, and protection from disaster recovery. I’ve seen every chapter of this – from the birth of Site Recovery Manager in 2008 (to Jay Judkowitz – shout out to you buddy!, the birth of CBT in 2009...
  • VMworld 2017: Continued Advances in Hybrid Cloud DIY Choices
    If you’re coming here first – I strongly recommend reading the “Lessons Learnt” post in this series, here.  It will help with context, and understanding your options and choices.   Also – I strongly recommend reading this “DIY” and “Consume” blog post here – it’s very useful. Ok, with that context ...
  • VMworld 2017: Pivotal Container Services (PKS)
    IMO – this is one of the biggest announcements at VMworld this week.   It is a major shift to the Dell Technologies strategic perspective, and important for our customers. It’s something we’ve been spending a lot of time on internally for a while – I’ve spent hours at end with Scott Yara and James...

Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL

  • Network Ports in Horizon 7
    The VMware Horizon 7 Network Ports document lists port requirements for connectivity between the various components and servers in a Horizon 7 deployment. Included are detailed Horizon 7 Network Ports diagrams. Links from the thumbnail diagrams take you to larger PDF layouts of the diagrams ...
  • New Free eLearning Course: VMware Integrated OpenStack Fundamentals
    In the free VMware Integrated OpenStack Fundamentals course, you will learn how VMware supports the open-source and industry standard OpenStack framework for managing public and private clouds. This course covers the features and advantages of VMware Integrated OpenStack. It also covers the ba...
  • Latest Fling from VMware Labs - Desktop Watermark
    Desktop Watermark is a Windows native application that adds a watermark to a desktop for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) auditing or exhibition purposes. A watermark has the ability to be visible or invisible. Invisible watermarks, seen in the screenshot, can be revealed by a tool bundle...
  • Installing NAKIVO Backup & Replication
    The NAKIVO Virtual Appliance (VA) has two disks: the first one (20 GB) contains the Linux OS with NAKIVO Backup & Replication, and the second one (500 GB) is used as a backup repository. If you deploy the Virtual Appliance disks using the Thin Provision option, then the disks will not reserv...
  • Tech Support (root) Access in NSX for vSphere 6.x
    The NSX Manager contains many tools to help customers in conjunction with Global Support Services to resolve operational issues. The NSX for vSphere 6.x product features a customized command line interface that covers most of the basics that the user interface does and a little bit more. On ...

Virten.net

  • Homeserver - ESXi on HPE ProLiant MicroServer Gen10
    After Hewlett Packard Enterprise has missed offering a Microserver in their 9th Generation, it is now back in Gen10. The Microserver series provides affordable servers intended to be used in SMB and as home servers. Due to its low price and …Read more »...
  • Fix for FreeNAS on HPE MicroServer Gen10 X3216 Stuck Console Issue
    When you try to install FreeNAS 11 on the new HPE ProLiant MicroServer Gen10 X3216, the installer stops booting and appears to be stuck at: pcib0: <ACPI Host-PCI bridge> port 0xcf8-0xcff on acpi0 pcib0: _OSC returned error 0x10 pci0: <ACPI PCI …Read more »...
  • Get- and Set-VMLatencySensitivity PowerShell Function
    The Get-VMLatencySensitivity, Get-VMLatencySensitivityBulk and Set-VMLatencySensitivity PowerShell functions configure can return and set the latency sensitivity level of a virtual machine. You can adjust the latency sensitivity of a virtual machine to optimize the scheduling delay for latency sensi...
  • Critical Patch for All-Flash vSAN with Deduplication (6.0 and 6.5)
    VMware has released a critical patch for vSAN 6.0 and 6.5. This patch contains a fix for a highly critical vSAN issue that might cause IO read errors and in some cases severe symptoms such as inaccessible VMs, host failures, or stuck resyncs. The issue …Read more »...
  • Get-VMHostVersion and Get-VMHostLatestVersion PowerShell Function
    The Get-VMHostVersion and Get-VMHostLatestVersion PowerShell functions are aimed at helping you to identify the version at which your ESXi is currently running, and whether updates are available. Both are using a JSON based ESXi Build database which is also the backend …Read more »...

vInfrastructure Blog

  • Next VMUG events in Europe
    November will be a rich month for VMUG UserCon in Europe. There will be two big UserCon : Italian VMUG UserCon 2017: Nov, 14th 2017 – https://www.vmug.com/Attend/VMUG-UserCon/Italy-VMUG-UserCon-2017 UK VMUG UserCon 2017: Nov, 16th 2017 – https://www.vmug.com/Attend/VMUG-UserCon/United-Ki...
  • Nakivo Backup & Replication v7.3 beta
    After the release of Nakivo Backup & Replication v7.2, now it’s time for the new version, actually in beta, that offers a new type of backup repository, which is optimized for data deduplication appliances (such as EMC Data Domain, HP StoreOnce, NEC Hydrastor, Quantum DXi, and others) with...
  • #Blogtober results
    October 2017 was the Blogtober Tech Edition month, thanks to the interesting #Blogtober campaign for the tech / virtualization community started by Matt Heldstab – (@mattheldstab on Twitter). Now he has publish some interesting data and results on this page: http://tcwd.net/vblog/2017/11/01/blogtobe...
  • November 2017 IT events
    Interesting European IT events: Chief Data Officer Summit – London (Nov, 2-3) Gartner Symposium/ITxpo – Barcelona (Nov, 5-9) IBM Power Systems and System Storage Technical University – Prague (Nov, 6-10) TechUG – London (Nov, 9) AIFORSE Conference – Barcelona (Nov, 10) ...
  • VMware vExpert Cloud 2017
    After the VMware vExpert vSAN 2017 and VMware vExpert NSX 2017 awards, this year a new vExpert category has been added: the VMware vExpert Cloud. Like for other technologies vertical, these vExperts has demonstrated significant contributions to the community and a willingness to share their expertis...

 

 

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