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Top Blogger Voting in Full Swing!

Each year Eric Siebert over at vSphere-land.com spends an enormous amount of time setting up the top blogger voting. This recognizes the very hard work that the top bloggers do, and the support they give to the community. Recognition is always fun, but shouldn't be the primary purpose to blog....

VMTurbo Win a Home Lab

Disclaimer: VMTurbo is a sponsor of this blog. Do you need a free home lab? Then register for the upcoming VMTurbo 5.1 webinar and get a chance to win a free home lab. Three lucky winners will be chosen at random so carve out an hour of your day and...

VMworld 2014: Ask the expert vBloggers

Session:SDDC1176 Panelists: Rick Scherer, Duncan Epping, William Lam, Scott Lowe, Chad Sakac Q: We know NSX solves big problems like Amazon datacenters. What is the smaller/smallest environment that it is deployed in? A: Scott Lowe - In the smaller environment distributed firewalling is very, very powerful and a big use...

VMworld 2014: How vVols provides storage x-ray vision

Session STO2554-SPO This was a short 30 minute session on a high level overview of VMware vVols, and then a presentation by HP about their 3PAR integration. Today's Challenges: Today: fixed sized LUNs, lack of granular control, complex provision cycles, LUN centric storage configuration, wasted resources, frequent data migrations Hypervisor...

VMware Releases vCenter 5.1 U1a

Tonight VMware released vCenter 5.1.0 U1a, which is a bugfix re-release of U1. A day or two after vSphere 5.1 U1 was out there was a warning regarding multi-domain authentication when a user was in a lot of groups. You can check out important information about the 5.1 U1a release here....

San Diego VMUG: Software-Defined Datacenter Brief

Today at the San Diego VMUG Michael Ibarra, Office of the CTO (VMware), gave us a very quick brief on what is the Software Defined Datacenter. Here are a few highlights of his quick session: Software is taking over the world The shifting landscape: Delivery methods (cloud), devices (tablets), applications,...

ATTENTION: Blog is now at www.derekseaman.com

ATTENTION: Blog is now at www.derekseaman.com

A few minutes ago I flipped the DNS records and setup redirection so the Derek Seaman blog is now at new domain with a fresh coat of paint. Any traffic to derek858.blogspot.com will now be redirected to www.derekseaman.com. This site is based on WordPress, which I'm really loving. I still have many tweaks to...

Attention! My blog is moving!

Back in January 2009 I started my own blog, after blogging for a former employer as one of our quarterly professional development goals. Since then I've managed to write over 400 articles, and got over 1200 comments. I was also awarded VMware vExpert status in 2012 for my blogging efforts. With the...

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