This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast it’s all about Home Labs. Our good friend William Lam has been aggregating an amazing collection of Home Labs in the IT Community. On this episode we welcome William, Max Abelardo and Johan van Amersfoort do discuss this new Home Labs aggregated list and things to consider when starting your own lab.
- VMware Community Homelabs
- Decoding Intel NUC “Canyon” Generation with CPU “Lake” Generation Codenames
- Fling USB Network Native Driver for ESXi
- William’s Blog VirtuallyGhetto
- Johan’s book VDI Design Guide was validated using his homelab.
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