VMware Communities Roundtable Podcast – Show Notes #183 – Live from Silicon Valley VMUG

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** Special Live Broadcast from the Silicon Valley VMware User Group – April 11, 2012 ** HostsJohn Troyer, @jtroyerAlex Maier, @vmwarecommunity GuestsAlan Renouf, VMware @alanrenouf William Lam, VMware @lamw Calvin Zito, HP @HPStorageGuy Mike Laverick, @Mike_Laverick Angelo Luciani, Toronto VMUG Leader @angeloluciani Robert & Leigh, Community membersMariano Maluf, President of VMware User Group @mjmaluf  Link to Audio RecordingLive from Read more...

A week in virtualization

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Yesterday, we have released two downloadable tools that help you get started on the journey to achieving PCI 2.0 Compliance. The compliance checkers are free and are available for both Linux and Windows operating systems. The Compliance Checkers run an assessment on 5 Guest systems at a time, and the assessment is based on a Read more...

VMware Communities Roundtable Podcast – Show Notes #182 – Backup of the cloud (vCD & SRM) – Duncan Epping & Chris Colotti

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HostsJohn Troyer, @jtroyerAlex Maier, @vmwarecommunity GuestsDuncan Epping, VMware @DuncanYBChris Colotti, VMware @ccolotti Link to Audio RecordingBackup of the cloud (vCD & SRM) Virtualization News (VMTN Blog)VMware Forum 2012VMware Forum online scheduled for April 12Spring community members are invited to attend – SpringOne on the RoadCloud Foundry Open Tour – sessions covering Spring, Java, Ruby, Node.js, Read more...

A week in virtualization

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We have a number of shows on the road this month. First, there’s the VMware Forum 2012, which is kicking off Wednesday next week in Dubai, to continue the tour all around the world. From its start on April 11th to the conclusion in Florida on November 15th, the VMware forum will visit dozens of Read more...

vExpert Spotlight: Kong Yang

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Name:           Kong YangBlog URL:       www.DellTechCenter.comTwitter:        @KongYangEmployer:       Dell Inc. How did I get into IT? I got into IT for the love of the games- single player, multi-player, shooters, sports, RPGs, MUDs. It started with my first system, a 12MHz x86 16-bit white box. It was supposed to be used for schoolwork but it was re-purposed Read more...