vExpert: Edwin Weijdema

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    NameEdwin Weijdema
    Short Description100% Virtual, a bit Crazy, Licensing as a Hobby, working for Veeam Software as a Solutions Architect, doing a lot around Software Defined Data Center with specialty in SDS
    IndustryAdvertising, Aerospace, Agriculture, Architecture, ASP, Automotive, Banking, Chemistry, Communication, Computer Hardware, Computer Software, Construction, Consulting, Consumer Products, Distribution, Educational Institution, Electrical/Electronics, Energy, Engineering, Environment, Finance, Government - Federal, Government - State/Local, Healthcare, Insurance, Internet Service Provider, Legal Services, Leisure, Manufacturing, Media, Pharmaceuticals, Press/Analyst, Public Services, Publishing, Retail, Solution Provider, System Integrator, Telecommunications, Trading, Traffic, Transport, Travel, Utility, Web Agency
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    OverviewI work as a Solutions Architect North East EMEA at Veeam Software. My job is to build bridges between management and the technicians and vice versa. I have many different roles including working as a speaker, trainer, writer, pre-sales consultant, enterprise architect as well as providing risk analysis and responding to concerns and questions posed by our clients. In my spare time I like to relax in a good online game with friends from all over the world.
    Technical CertificationsVeteran vExpert (2010-2017), Cisco Champion, Veeam Certified Engineer (VMCE), Veeam Technical Sales Professional (VMTSP), VMware Certified Professional - Data Center Virtualization 5 (VCP-DCV 550), VMware Certified Professional 6 DCV, Cisco Certified Business Value Practitioner, Cisco Transformative Architecture Specialist
    Publications and Speaking EngagementsI speak across several different roadshows North East EMEA
    User Groups and CommunitiesAffiliated to the dutch VMUG. (NLVMUG)
    Expertise and InterestsVirtualization Data Management Storage DataCenters Networking



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