Today I am announcing that I have left VMware after 8 years at a great company. I don’t want to start one of those this is my life story blogs, as I typically find them a bit awkward and I am not interested in trying to create any drama about my own personal choices. What I do want to say is thanks to a few people. During my time at VMware I have made some amazing and incredible friends. I have worked with some of the most outstanding individuals this industry has ever seen. Four of those people have been instrumental in helping my career and without them I wouldn’t be where I am today. Chris Colotti Duncan Epping Jenny Fong Mathew Lodge So, where am I going? Well I have decided to join Veeam and will be working in the Product Strategy group with Rick Vanover, Anthony Spiteri, […]
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VMware announced today on the VMware blog site the release of version 9.1 of vCloud Director. This latest version is packed full of features and updates to help the ever growing VMware Cloud Provider Program deploy enterprise grade public cloud offerings. So whats key about this release? These are: HTML 5 Tenant and Administration Portal User Interface Extensibility Orchestration Services Python SDK and CLI Multi-Site View SR-IOV (Single-Root Input/output Virtualization) FIPS Mode Standalone VMRC For me this has been a milestone release personally. The last time I worked with vCloud Director was back in version 1.5, so being able to see how the HTML 5 UI has progressed since the awful days of the Flex UI is nice. To read about the new features in-depth VMware (and I) have released a white paper, you can read it here. The VMware vCloud Director 9.1 release notes can be viewed […]
In this vTechTalk video, we explore the logical architecture of VMware vCloud Availability, and how it provides an easy way for service providers to deliver a new disaster recovery offering to the market.