FROM THE EDITORS VIRTUAL DESK
Hi everyone, from time to time we add new content in the form of vExperts and other Virtualization bloggers to our regular newsletter. This week I am pleased to add Brian Madden and his expertise as a well known virtualization blogger to our newsletter. You will find links to articles in the newsletter below in the 3rd party bloggers section.

Last newsletter I provided some information that I thought was quite important on thew VMware Cloud on AWS roadmap. This week I would like to extend that to VMware HCX (Hybrid Cloud Extensions) which is perfectly summed up as "Multi Cloud App Mobility And Infrastructure Hybridity Across Any vSphere". Head over to the home page for more info and chat to your TAM or account team for more info.

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TAM CUSTOMER WEBINARS

April 2019 – VMware vSphere 6.7 Clustering Deepdive
Date: Thursday, April 18th
Time: 11:00am EST/ 10:00am CST/ 8:00am PST
Duration: 1.5 Hour

Synopsis:
vSphere clustering is a critical component of every VMware based infrastructure. In this session the authors of the bestselling book VMware vSphere 6.7 Clustering Deepdive will take us through some of their favorite features of vSphere Clustering.

Guest speakers:
Duncan Epping - Chief Technologist / Storage & Availability
Frank Denneman - Chief Technologist / Cloud Platform
Niels Hagoort - Technical Marketing Architect / Cloud Platform

Registration Link:
https://vmware.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_tCZrumuRSN6cKPds--JjAw

 

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