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vSpeaking Podcast Episode 93: Simon Says

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This week we dig into the vSpeaking vault and share an interview that John captured while in the land down under filled with snakes and poisonous things! We discuss why Australia is so virtualized, and also where the snark behind TheRegister's APAC editor comes from. 4:27 John Interviews Simon Sharwood 5:57 Writing for the Register:

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vSpeaking Podcast Episode 92: VMUG UserCon

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With over 200 local groups and 125,000 members worldwide, VMUG is one of the best ways to learn, share and network with other members of the IT Community.  This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome some VMUG veteran speakers Tim Davis and Kyle Ruddy to share their VMUG experiences. A special thanks to Ken

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vSpeaking Podcast Episode 91: vSAN Conversations

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One of my favorite parts about attending VMworld is hearing from customers and partners on how they're using VMware to simplify data center operations and management and solve real-world problems.  This episode of the Virtually Speaking Podcast is a collection of vSAN Conversations captured at VMworld 2018. 3:12 Tony Reeves, Gigacast: Tony is a vSAN

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vSpeaking Podcast Episode 90: What’s New in vSAN 6.7 U1

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VMware vSAN 6.7 U1 makes it even easier to adopt HCI and build a Digital Foundation. Key areas where vSAN 6.7 U1 provides additional benefits include the simplification of day one and two operations, lowering the total cost of ownership with more efficient infrastructure, and even more rapid support and resolution with ReadyCare. This week

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vSpeaking Podcast Episode 89: VMworld Recap 2018

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VMworld 2018 US is a wrap. What a week it has been. From the announcements (see below) to great sessions, networking, and for the Virtually Speaking Podcast crew, lots of great conversations.  There is no possible way to recap everything that happened this past week in one episode but we tried our best to cram

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vSpeaking Podcast Episode 87: VMworld 2018 Preview

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VMworld 2018 is upon us.  IT professionals from around the world are getting ready to converge in Las Vegas for five days of innovation, learning, networking and connecting with the community. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome Duncan Epping back to preview VMworld and share tips and suggestions to get the most

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vSpeaking Podcast Episode 86: Kubernetes on VMware vSphere

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Containers have changed the way applications are packaged and deployed. Not only are they efficient from an infrastructure utilization perspective, but they also provide strong isolation between processes on the same host.  While registering for VMworld I came across a lot of sessions around Kubernetes (and cloud-native apps in general) so I thought it would make

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vSpeaking Podcast Episode 85: Network Support Troubleshooting

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This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome VMware GSS Escalation Engineer, Broc Yanda to walk us through the top networking issues seen from VMware Global Support Services and what you can do to troubleshoot or even prevent these issues. Links Mentioned Training Video VMware vSphere Networking | Pluralsight Training Video VMware vSphere Advanced

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Pivotal Container Service

vSpeaking Podcast Episode 84: Pivotal Container Service (PKS)

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Last year at VMworld, Pivotal, in collaboration with VMware and Google announced the launch of Pivotal Container Service™ (PKS). A few months back they announced the launch of their initial public offering of 37,000,000 shares of its Class A common stock and recently announced PKS 1.1 is generally available. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we

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Technical Writing

vSpeaking Podcast Episode 83: Technical Writing

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Technical writing is writing done for the purpose of educating, informing or directing someone on how to do something. You can find information on VMware technology on official sites like StorageHub, VirtualBlocks, or docs.vmware.com, or you can read the 100+ personal blogs. In addition, there are many publications covering the various VMware technologies. This week on

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