Posts Tagged ‘VMUG’
Last week I did a presentation at the Dutch VMUG event around SDDC with a techical focus on the storage bits and pieces you could build inside the hypervisor to accomodate this. I want to share this presentation with you together with a little background on the subject.
Software Defines Virtually Everything
VMware has taken a big step towards the Software Defined Datacenter (SDDC). This is where things are going for sure (also see my related post Cool Tech Preview: VMware’s distributed storage). The idea is that since “everything” runs on x86 anyway, you can potentially run all code on a common platform. From that view, everything will run in software. Read the rest of this entry »
For the past few weeks EMC, VMware and the Dutch VMUG have been planning this: Free T-shirts for all dutch visitors of VMworld!
We printed 200 shirts, I think they came out very nice! I have the honor to show the first sneak-preview of the shirts:
This time I joined a session with Compellent. I have known them for their smart storage arrays, which are able to move data between storage tiers to optimize speed of regularly used data.
I’m excited to see what they have come up with this year!
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Today Eric delived a great presentation on vSphere troubleshooting. All resources were touched: CPU, Memory, storage and networking. Read the rest of this entry »
This year the dutch VMUG event (see www.vmug.nl) is surely going to be a great success. Again! For the first time I’ll be there as a blogger. Even better, last week I had a nice discussion with someone at IBM. They welcomed me to deliver 20-30 minutes of their presentation at the VMUG2010 event!
So be sure to visit the VMUG 2010 event, and especially the 15:50 – 16:50 session “Van Virtualisatie tot Cloud Computing: portfolio en praktijk” because I’ll be presenting there, and it is going to be really interesting too! Read the rest of this entry »