Did you know that we hold monthly vSAN chats on Twitter? Well, now you know! Join us at 11am PT on the last Thursday of each month with the hashtag #vSANChat on Twitter.
What’s a vSAN Chat? A #vSANChat is a Tweet Chat – basically an “Ask Me Anything” or typed Q&A session on Twitter. We cover a variety of topics related to vSAN with hand-picked subject matter experts. During the hour of the #vSANChat, we ask a series of questions in a Twitter thread and our expert guests answer. Have a vSAN question? You can join the conversation by tweeting with the hashtag #vSANChat.
Upcoming: October 31 at 11am PT.
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This month we discussed Site Recovery Manager (SRM) 8.2 and recent updates. We were joined by Virtually Speaking host, Pete Flecha, and VMware Availability tech guru, Cato Grace! Catch up on the SRM hour below.
In preparation for Dell Tech World, we hosted a vSAN Chat with product experts from team vSAN and team Dell. We discussed the integration between the VxRail Appliance and vSAN ReadyNode and covered the benefits of VxRail powered by vSAN/ PowerEdge!
Tweet Chat veterans, Jase McCarty and Bob Plankers joined in, offering insight & advice for joint security features. Some of the main takeaways were: data at rest is a key security best practice; vRealize Log Insight has deep insight with OOTB dashboards; and it’s a good idea to limit who can decrypt VMs!
Our subject matter experts spent the hour chatting about life as a virtual admin, starting from Day 0 through Day 365, inspired by the Life of an Admin Tech Field Day Video Series. Topics covered included patching, simplifying operations, running at your best and much more!
In our Tweet vSAN Chat with Duncan Epping and Cormac Hogan, we covered the A to Z of their newly published “vSAN 6.7 Deep Dive” book.
We were joined by our vSAN experts, Jase McCarty, Myles Gray and Pete Flecha who shared their unique insight as well as important resources for vSAN 6.7 Update 1.