Congratulations Diego Oliveira, our newest VMTN Community Warrior!
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Congratulations to the most recent VMTN Community Warrior, Diego, for being so helpful to the VMTN community and active as a moderator on VMTN. The community commends your time and effort put forth every day.
Keep reading to find out more about Diego:
What VMware certifications you have?
I have the VCP-DTM 2019, VCP-NV 2019, VCP6-DCV and VCP6-CMA certifications. This year I intend to take my first VCAP-DCV certification exam.
How do you work with VMware day-to-day?
I am an Architecting Solutions in a VMware partner. I work mainly with VMware NSX, vCloud, SRM, vSAN and Horizon products and my role is to implement, troubleshoot and administer these products to customers.
Which VMware communities specifically are you involved in (VMTN, blog program, vExpert, etc.)?
I spend a lot of time on VMTN responding to user topics and this contributes a lot to my learning because I get to know the problems and best practices recommended by VMware. I am also involved in the blog program and participate in the vExpert programs.
What inspired you to become a VMTN moderator?
I have always been a very active member of the VMTN community, but somehow I realized that I could contribute even more. In addition to answering topics, I can also keep them clean and in the right places, especially in the Brazilian community.
What was the first VMware product you ever used, where and when?
The first VMware product I used was vSphere 4.0 in 2010. The project aimed to deploy vSphere and consolidate physical servers for virtual machines. At the time, I used this project as a case study in my graduation in Computer Engineering.
Are you currently working on any projects you think the VMTN community would be interested in?
I have been currently working on a VMware vCloud and VMware NSX deployment project. In parallel with the implementation of projects and my participation in the VMTN Community, I have been studying VMware PKS and NSX-T.
How can people follow you or get in touch?
Congratulations again and thank you for your time, Diego!
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