When I am not tinkering with technology, I am normally found training BJJ.
This year my daughter and I signed up for the virtual Global grappling day in aid of
Tap Cancer Out
Thank you for the
donations, as you can see below we had some fun rolling for a worthwhile cause.
Thank you to
VMware for the matching gifts.
Tap Cancer Out – Global Grappling Day
Continuing with our VMware Learning Zone webinar series on vSAN, Adam Sweetser and I discussed the new 7u1 release.
While Adam, focused on data efficiency enhancements, I presented a deep dive into HCI Mesh.
The recording and slides are now available from the VMware Learning Zone
The mind map I used for the webinar is available here
The VMworld event was virtual this year, whilst I missed the physical event and meeting up with colleagues and friends from the community, I found the online version very useful to review the content from the comfort of my home office.
I was honored to be able to present a solo breakout session again this year.
Preparing for a virtual session was a little different from a real-life session. I decided to combine video, whiteboarding, mind maps, and some small use of a green screen.
Thank you to all who viewed the session during the event and filled in a survey.
My VMworld Session discussion VMware Cloud Foundation design and operations – Available to view online from the VMworld website – HCI2338
Recently I had the pleasure of presenting on a VMware Learning Zone webinar with my colleague and friend Adam Sweetser from the GSS team.
Together, we focussed on new vSAN 7u1 Storage features and enhancements in the Cloud Native and file service areas.
vSAN 7u1 File Services data path explained on the VMware Learning Zone Webinar
As promised on the session,
the mind map I used is available here.
This month, I am delighted to be part of a new VMware Learning Zone Webinar series focused on vSAN.
Each webinar will be a discussion with my colleague Adam Sweetser from GSS. Together we will cover the architecture, field, and support perspectives around different areas of vSAN.
In the first of the series, Adam and I covered the essential theory and thought processes to get started with Software-Defined Storage.
vSAN Architecture and components discussed in the first webinar of the new Learning Zone series