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Feedback on the vCAT releases

The vCAT team is interested in hearing your feedback. We are here to further enable VMware vCloud planners, architects, implementors, admins, operators, and consumers.

How have you used vCAT?
How do you plan to use vCAT?
What would you like added?
Do you agree with the scope of technologies and level of coverage?
What technologies do you use in your cloud deployment(s)?
What technologies would you like to see added future releases?
Would you be interested in providing a quote in support of vCAT?
What are the challenges and successes you have encountered in cloud or VMware vCloud design, deployment, and operations?

These are some of the areas we would like to see you, our customers and partners, help us with as we further develop this tool to support you.

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John Arrasjid. Principal Architect, VCDX-001

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About John Arrasjid

John Arrasjid, vcdx-001, is a Principal Architect with the VMware Global Solutions & Enablement team. John is currently the lead architect of the vCloud Architecture Toolkit (vCAT), leading the team that develops this reference for cloud architects, operators, and consumers. Download vCAT from www.vmware.com/go/vCAT. John is currently vice president of the USENIX Association and has published three books on VMware technologies. John is also a member of VMware's Elastic Sky band.