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VMworld 2013 – Public voting is open

Its that time of year again, where the public vote is open for the VMworld 2013 sessions YOU want to see.  You can start voting straight away by clicking here. I have listed the sessions that I have submitted below, and hope that you think they are suitable and worthy of your vote. Session ID: 4517 Title: Deploying a Private cloud with vCloud Automation Center and vSphere Abstract: In this session we will cover the requirements needed to deploy vCloud Automation Center with the end goal of enabling a vSphere environment to become a private cloud. Multiple real world scenarios will be demonstrated with recommendations on best practice and potential pitfalls. Presenters: David Hill and Raman Veeramraju Session ID: 4529 Title: Architecting a Software Defined Datacenter Abstract: This session will discuss the various design considerations when architecting a software defined datacenter. We will start with sizing and scaling and end with […]

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Top Virtualization blog voting now open

Eric Siebert over at vsphere-land has opened the 2013 voting for the top virtualization blogs. I am hoping to make it into the top 50 this year. This is the first time my blog has been listed and included for the voting, so I am excited to see what people think of my blog and its content. The top 10 sites I voted for are: Duncan Epping Kendrick Coleman Chris Colotti Eric Sloof Cormac Hogan Rawlinson Rivera William Lam Alan Renouf Frank Denneman Rick Vanover Anyone looking to vote should follow Eric’s criteria when choosing there top 10. Longevity – Anyone can start a blog but it requires dedication, time & effort to keep it going. Some bloggers start a blog only to have it fall to the wayside several months later. Things always come up in life but the good bloggers keep going regardless of what is happening in their […]

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VMworld public voting open

Its that time of year again where the VMworld session voting is open to the public.  I have submitted two sessions this year that I think will help pass on some of the information I and my colleagues have learnt over the year. The sessions I have submitted are: Session 1166: Monitoring a vCloud Infrastructure: Presenters – David Hill and Andy Troup Abstract: For a VMware vCloud to be successful and operationally sustainable, an absolutely critical step is developing a solid monitoring solution. This session will help customers address this by exploring the proven, practical activities and considerations VMware has defined, based on experience, for developing a monitoring architecture. A participant in this session will leave with a deep technical understanding of the guiding principles underlying a VMware vCloud monitored architecture utilising VMware VCOps and VMware Hyperic. In addition to the technical aspects, this session will also provide the participant with […]

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