I got some exciting news to share with you all regarding my career path! It’s something I’m really proud of and am looking forward to the end of May. Why you think? Well..
Besides the presentation I had to give at the NLVMUG conference on the 19th of March, I had another cool appointment that day: interviewing Joe Baguley!
I was able to get a few minutes of his time for a one-on-one interview and ask him some personal and technical related questions.
Like every year, vSphere-Land.com has organised a voting contest for all hard working bloggers trying to promote his or her blog about virtualization technologies. This article describes the contest, and where you can start voting.
I have some exciting news! I will be presenting at the Dutch VMware User Group event on the 19th of March about building a Hybrid Cloud using products from the VMware vCloud Suite.
Just one hour ago the new list of vExperts was published and contains over 1000 entries! Wow!
In one of my previous articles of last year (VMware vExpert 2014 Announcement), you can find out more information about the vExpert program.
The vExpert 2015 list is published here. Go ahead and see if you made it to the list if you were a candidate to become a new or returning vExpert!
Lastly I would like to congratulate everyone that made it to the list. If you haven’t been selected as vExpert, be sure to try again in the second voting period.
Special congrats go to the following colleagues and friends, in alphabetical order:
- Marcel van den Berg
- Eelco de Boer
- Peter van de Bree (New vExpert!)
- Niels Hagoort
- Robert van den Nieuwendijk
- Peter van Roosmalen
Special thanks go to Corey Romero and the VMware Social Media & Community Team for making the vExpert program such a success and fun to be in.
Oh and almost forgot to mention; I’m in for the second year as a vExpert, YAY! =)
On the 30th of June 2014, the vSphere 6 beta was announced and finally, after months of additional development, VMware has announced vSphere 6. This post will tell you more about this new release of vSphere.
Monitoring your environment, whether it’s physical or virtual is very important. There are numerous tools available that can help you by keeping an eye on your systems and inform you when something is wrong, or even tell you before disaster strikes.
In this article, I will be zooming in to PRTG Network Monitor, a monitoring solution supporting an impressive amount of applications and platforms. Read on to learn more about this awesome product!