Last night VMworld has opened up the list of sessions that have been submitted for public voting. You can now browse through the list and give a ‘thumbs up’ for the session you would like to be presented at VMworld. I have entered one session myself: “1335 – Health Check of Your vSphere Environment“. This session will […]
The partner day at VMworld is not the most exciting day for the techies amongst us, it is mostly about sales and the big announcements are usually made in the Tuesday keynote. So it started with registration and getting the bag and meeting a lot of people from the communities, fellow bloggers and of course […]
Welcome to this live report of the VMworld Partner Day in Copenhagen. Very excited to be here and also a bit sceptic on how much real news will be presented this VMworld after hearing all the news from VMworld San Francisco.
With the release of VMware vSphere 4.1 it has become even more apparent that the next vSphere release will only have an ESXi version. This isn’t world shocking news since VMware had announce this already at VMworld 2009, but somehow many have been triggered to finally make the switch and install ESXi on their ESX […]
At VMworld 2009 in San Francisco I received a copy of Scott Loweâ€™s book â€œMastering VMware vSphere 4â€ and really did have the intention to read it as soon as I got home, but it turned out it took me quite a bit longer before I finally started reading, but today I finally finished it. […]