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The Making of a #1 Team

Over 700 teams actively competed at CloudCredibility.com over the past 12 months. Players build professional connections, enjoy camaraderie & competition, score points, win prizes, and of course – stay current in a very fast-paced environment.

But in 2016 one team, LonVMUG – clearly outstripped the competition, amassing both an impressive lineup of high point-scoring members as well as a long and eye-popping list of prizes.

Who are these CloudCred dynamos, and what have they been steadily accomplishing since March of last year?

Team LonVMUG began in May of 2013 by founding player Dave Simpson – but it wasn’t until Andy Nash (aka Nashers) entered the game that the LonVMUG team began to realize its powerhouse potential.

If you follow Twitter’s @andynash99, you’ll know that Andy takes CloudCred play seriously. Virtually single-handedly, he brought the team to Number 15 on the CloudCred World Leaderboard, checking in with a solid 25,000 team points by March of 2016. But Andy never pretended to be satisfied with good; he intended to take his team to Number 1. For that, they would need to score over 40,000 points to overtake the illustrious VMUG.IT, a team unsurpassed in CloudCred history.

It was time for Andy to do some recruiting.

Picking up players (aka new friends) at various events like London VMUG meetings, Vbeers, the National VMUG user cons, and VMworld, LonVMUG steadily amassed over 40,000 points in 6 months. That’s some real Cloud Credibility! The team now boasts Number 1 ranking on all the short-term Leaderboards, and is bearing down on the All-time Number 1 spot still held by VMUG.IT. Less than 20,000 points to go…

“I’m addicted to scoring CloudCred points” – Andy Nash. No truer words were ever spoken.


Happy to connect at VMworld 2016: LonVMUG members scored enough CloudCred-Moscow Mule mug sets that they considered hosting their own cocktail party! Pictured here: Back L to R: Rob Bishop, Chris Bradshaw, Andy Nash, Amit Panchal. Front L to R: Gareth Edwards, Community Manager Noell Grier, Dave Simpson

From the tee-shirts and pen-knives to GoPros, VMware Course Vouchers and hard-drives, the players of LonVMUG have certainly enjoyed a wide variety of CloudCred prizes earned from all those points.

But LonVMUG team members aren’t in it for the swag – they love the camaraderie, the networking opportunities, the unique learning platform, and the ability to easily stay current in this fast-paced community.

Rob Bishop notes, “… CloudCred has enabled me to keep up to date with all the changes going on with VMware products.”

“I pick up information about technologies I might have otherwise missed,” says Chris Bradshaw.

Who will be the next hot team, ready to take on not only LonVMUG, but all the others vying for top spots in 2017? LonVMUG is eager for the competition – and with all the new badges and tasks, there are plenty of daily reasons to get you & your team involved.

A hearty 2017 Congratulations to Team LonVMUG.

We look forward to seeing your team at CloudCredibility.com!

Coming December 19: CloudCred vExpert Badges

Coming December 19, 2016 to CloudCredibility.com:

Three vExpert Badges – vExpert Engagement 2017, vExpert Readiness 2017, & vExpert 2017.

Each CloudCred badge has a different goal, with the overall purpose of helping players move toward vExpert status.

Engagement: Tasks included within the vExpert Engagement badge require players to engage with vExperts & vExpert content in the community. Engagement can be achieved by consuming the resources of current vExperts, by becoming active on Twitter, by taking part of Forums, and by sharing your knowledge back to the community. Completing the vExpert Engagement badge means a player has a good overview and understanding of the vExpert program. He or she understands whether vExpert status is something he wants to pursue.

Readiness: Tasks included within the vExpert Readiness badge require players to produce technical content in line with what is required of vExperts, to assume leadership roles in line with what is required of vExperts, and to complete the current vExpert application. Once a player has completed these tasks, they are then ready to apply for vExpert.

  • Content Creation & contribution, in the form of blog posts, public speaking, forum posts, videos, books, podcasts, magazine articles and so on.
  • Leadership, including VMUG leadership.
  • Application, requiring a completed application for vExpert status.

Once a player has earned the vExpert Readiness badge, he or she should be ready to apply for vExpert.

vExpert 2017: This is a one-task badge, and cannot be completed and earned without vExpert status, awarded through the traditional application process. Once vExpert status is confirmed, the final CloudCred badge is awarded.

Look for these badge sets of tasks beginning Monday, December 19 at CloudCredibility.com.

vExpert 2017 Applications are Now Open

Applications for the 2017 vExpert program are now open. Applications will be accepted until December 16th at midnight PDT. The vExpert 2017 announcement will be on February 8th 2017. Current 2016 vExperts need to apply through the fastrack application only. 


The VMware vExpert program is VMware’s global evangelism and advocacy program. The program is designed to put VMware’s marketing resources towards your advocacy efforts. Promotion of your articles, exposure at our global events, co-op advertising, traffic analysis, and early access to beta programs and VMware’s roadmap.

Each year, we bring together in the vExpert Program the people who have made some of the most important contributions to the VMware community. These are the bloggers, book authors, VMUG leaders, speakers, tool builders, community leaders and general enthusiasts. They work as IT admins and architects for VMware customers, they act as trusted advisors and implementors for VMware partners or as independent consultants, and some work for VMware itself. All of them have the passion and enthusiasm for technology and applying technology to solve problems. They have contributed to the success of us all by sharing their knowledge and expertise over their days, nights, and weekends.

vExperts who participate in the program have access to private betas, free licenses, early access briefings, exclusive events, free access to VMworld conference materials online, exclusive vExpert parties at VMworld and other opportunities to interact with VMware product teams. They also get access to a private community and networking opportunities.

Evangelist Path
The Evangelist Path includes book authors, bloggers, tool builders, public speakers, VMTN contributors, and other IT professionals who share their knowledge and passion with others with the leverage of a personal public platform to reach many people. Employees of VMware can also apply via the Evangelist path. A VMware employee reference is recommended if your activities weren’t all in public or were in a language other than English.

Customer Path
The Customer Path is for leaders from VMware customer organizations. They have been internal champions in their organizations, or worked with VMware to build success stories, act as customer references, given public interviews, spoken at conferences, or were VMUG leaders. A VMware employee reference is recommended if your activities weren’t all in public.

VPN (VMware Partner Network) Path
The VPN Path is for employees of our partner companies who lead with passion and by example, who are committed to continuous learning through accreditations and certifications and to making their technical knowledge and expertise available to many. This can take shape of event participation, video, IP generation, as well as public speaking engagements. A VMware employee reference is required for VPN Path candidates.

Apply for vExpert 2017

Questions & Updates

For questions about the application process or the vExpert Program, please send email to  vexpert@vmware.com. Be sure to follow @vExpert for updates on the 2017 vExpert program.

Thank you to all who have participated in years past,
Corey Romero & the Social Media Team


VMTN Community & CloudCred Badge Winners

On October 10th, VMTN and CloudCredibility came together to challenge users to dive into the VMTN platform, complete a collection of 25 tasks to earn their badge, and Get Connected with Community.

Today, CloudCred and VMware Technology Network would like to extend enthusiastic congratulations to the winners of the VMTN Community CloudCred Badge Contest. Please join us in congratulating the following players:

 5 VMTN black embroidered polo shirts

Mohammed Sadiq – “Mohammed Sadiq”

Markku Mariaalto – “rixu”

Ben Liewbowitz – “BLiebowitz’

Geoff Neish – “Geoff Neish”

Sebastian Szumigalski – “Sebastian”

3 My Passport Ultra Hard Drives


Mohammed Elamin – “Mohammededelamin”

Andre Pett – “a.p.”

Doug Taliaferro – “Doug T”

1 Bose SoundLink Color Bluetooth Speaker


Richardson Porto – “Rcporto”


– Thanks for playing – 

For those of who played but did not win, thank you for your participation. The badge is still up and available for earning! In the future we will continue updating tasks, running contests, and strengthening our partnership. Look out for updates.

Don’t forget to Connect with your Community and Stay Connected!

25 Tasks – 9 Prizes – 2 Communities Colliding

Join us Monday, October 10th at CloudCredibility.com for the official release of the VMTN Community CloudCred Badge

VMware Technology Network is a platform made up of almost 3 million users, 4,797 total forums, and resources like documents and blogs that are beyond count, touching on all VMware topics. CloudCred is VMware’s gamification platform – motivating users to learn all that they can about virtualization and cloud through numerous tasks, prizes, points, and competition!

With VMTN providing the information, and CloudCred providing competitive drive, this union is something to celebrate. As these communities come together, we urge users to Get Connected with Community.

 Why? Because earning this badge just might pay off…

To WIN: Earn your VMTN Community CloudCred badge between October 10 and October 28th.

All VMTN Badge winners as of October 28th will be raffled at random for the chance to win:

1 of 5 VMTN black embroidered polo shirts


1 of 3 My Passport Ultra Hard Drives

1 Bose SoundLink Color

And every winning package comes with a CloudCred bumper sticker, pen, and button!

Don’t miss out – Get Connected with Community October 10th.

See you at www.CroudCredibility.com

vExpert 2016 Second Half Announcement


Thank you to everyone who applied for vExpert. I’m pleased to announce the list of 2016 Second Half vExperts. Each of these vExperts have demonstrated significant contributions to the community and a willingness to share their expertise with others. Contributing is not always blogging or Twitter as there are many public speakers, book authors, script writers, VMUG leaders, VMTN community moderators and internal champions among this group.

I want to personally thank everyone who applied and point out that a “vExpert” is not a technical certification or even a general measure of VMware expertise. The judges selected people who were particularly engaged with their community and who had developed a substantial personal platform of influence in those communities. If you feel like you were not selected in error, that’s entirely possible.

The judges may have overlooked or misinterpreted what you wrote in your application. Email us at vexpert@vmware.com and we can discuss your situation. We looked at all of the 2015 and some of 2016 activities to determine the voting results.

If you were selected as a vExpert 2016 Second Half, we will be conducting the on-boarding after VMworld so expect the vExpert Welcome Email in early September. In the welcome email we will explain the entire program and what you need to do to be enrolled in our private vExpert community as well as listed in the vExpert directory. We will use the email address provided in your vExpert application. Congratulations to all the vExperts, new and returning.

We’re looking forward to working with you. Command + F away and find your name if you can’t wait for the welcome email.

Corey Romero, and the VMware Social Media & Community Team

First Last Twitter
Harsha Hosur @harsha_hosur
Saifuddin Adil @virtualsaif
Waleed Akl @AklWaleed
Eric Allione @vNetworking
antonio amoroso @AAmoroso77
Nick Andreev @nick_andreev_au
Yannick Arens @yannickarens
Puneet Arora @yaitspuneet
Xavier Avrillier
Rob Barker @purepowershell
Brandon Bazan @bbazan
Brian Beeler @bmbeeler
Giuliano Bertello @GiulianoBerteo
Saurabh Bhattacharya @saurabhbhatta
Olivier Bootsma @vOrchestrator
Chris Bradshaw @aldershotchris
Alan Burns @alburns73
Erik Bussink @ErikBussink
Pedro Calixto @_pedrocalixto
Irshad Ali Chowdhary @irshadtechie
Fletcher Cocquyt @cocquyt
Dale Coghlan @dalecoghlan
Wayne Conrad @wjconrad
Matthew Kozloski @vMattK
Ryan Costello @ryanmcostello
Dan Curr @anothergeek
Chris Danielewski @cann0n_f0dder
Kyle Davies @kdavies1988
Marc Vincent Davoli @MarcusDavolius
Ronald de Jong @Ronald_DJ_PQR
Sajal Debnath @sajal_debnath
Mike Dent @mikedent13
Abhijeet Deshmukh @Virtual_Maestro
Shawn Devenney @SMDevenney
Zach Dickinson
Lee Dilworth @leedilworth
Neal Dolson @ndolson816
Ed Duguid @DuguidEd
Alec Dunn @legoyoda
Gareth Edwards @GarethEdwards86
Hamza El Fajjaj
Mohamed ELkassas @mohamedEl2sas
Fernando Escobar @fernesco
Brian Farrugia @brifarrugia
Sergio Figueiredo @sfigueiredo2
Brian Gerrard @vbeegee
Camoí Gomes de Aguiar @camoigomes
Sivaprasad Govindankutty @kgsivan
Thom Greene @tbgree00
Potheri Mohan @itvista
DAMIEN Guillaume @guillaumedamien
Raymond Handels @raymondhandels
Christophe HARIVEL @harivchr
Chestin Hay @letsv4real
Jamie Hildred @lifeonthecloud1
Ezzeldin Hussein @ezzeldinhussein
Timothy Ingalls @taingalls
Saurav Issar @saurav116
Ivaylo Ivanov @ivgivanov
Pranay Jha @imPranayK
Kev Johnson @kev_johnson
Abhinav Joshi @abhinav_josh
Pratheesh K @vmxsupport
Bilel KAMMOUN @vinception2016
Ruurd Keizer @RuurdKeizer
Joey Ketels @jketels
Markus Kraus @vMarkus_K
Wouter Kursten @Magneet_NL
Marc-Andre Labelle @hoplawego
Jan-Willem Lammers @jwlammers
Roman Levchenko @rlevchenko
Aaron Lewis @AaronLewisPDX
Christopher Lewis @thecloudxpert
Rodrigo Lira @eurodrigolira
Matt Lydy @Mlydy
Yury Magalif @YuryMagalif
Munishpal Makhija @munishpal_singh
Tiago Martinez @BlogVMware_BR
Jason Massae @jbmassase
Eduardo Meirelles @dumeirell
Michael Merritt @vMiklm
Wences Michel @wmichel
Pat Moore @Pat_M_Moore
Martijn Moret @MMMoret
Manjunath Murthy @vsphere_cloud
Mohamed Nasser Mohamed @EngMohamedrahma
Kevin OBrien @testlabnut
Will Overstreet
Luciano Patrao @Luciano_PT
Stalin Pena @stalin_pena
Martin perez
Manjunath Reddlapalli @hunterbhai
Kiran Reid @apollokre1d
Carlos Andrés Robles Lascarro
Sjors Robroek @smtrobroek
Zvika Rosenfeld @Rosenfeldzvika
Timothy Sandy @VMTimSandy
Matthew Schneider @md_schneider
Ganesh Sekarbabu @Ganeshsekarbabu
Bhavin Shah @bhavin04890
Anuj Sharma @anujajju
Azarya Shaulov @az_ny
Sourabh Shrivastav @cloud_soshriva
Mordi Shushan @mordi_s
Ched Smokovic @chedsy00
Christian Stankowic @stankowic_devel
Sujith Surendran @sujithsn24
Marnix Tazelaar @marnixtazelaar
Eric TeKrony @erictekrony
Avnish Tripathi
Jurgen Van de Perre @Jurgen_VDP
Hal Venoff @halrvenoff
Deepal Verma @dkv_22
Haridas Vhadade
Jeff Westphal @jwest31
Paul Whitman @paulddotnet
Bayu Prasidha Wibowo @bayupw
Michael Wilmsen @WilmsenIT
Jason Yeo @jasonyzs88
Yasutsugu Yamaguchi @jpn_22
Anton Z @iamantonz
Josef Zach
Igor Zecevic @zecevicigor
Krzysztof Hermanowski @HermanowskiK

vExpert 2016 VSAN Announcement


Thank you to everyone who applied for vExpert VSAN. Myself and VMware Storage Business Unit are pleased to announce the list of 2016 vExperts who received the VSAN award. This elite group includes bloggers, book authors, VMUG leaders, speakers, tool builders, community leaders and general enthusiasts. This group of individuals have passion and enthusiasm for technology, but more importantly, have demonstrated significant activity and evangelism around VSAN.

The program is build upon the vExpert program. To apply you must be a current vExpert as well as evangelizing VMware VSAN. We will open applications once per year for each of the sub-programs. Applications for 2017 will open around February of 2017.

Please join us in congratulating them and welcoming them to the vExpert VSAN program. We couldn’t be more excited to partner and work with both the Storage BU and the vExpert program!

Thank You,

Corey Romero and the VMware Storage Business Unit

First Last Twitter
Aram Avetisyan @how2vm
Brian Beeler @bmbeeler
Nick Bowie @nickbowienz
Mark Brookfield @virtualhobbit
Erik Bussink @ErikBussink
James Cruickshank @vcrooky
Zach Dickinson
Lee Dilworth @leedilworth
Myles Gray @mylesagray
Florian Grehl @virten
Martin Hosken @hoskenm
Marc Huppert @MarcHuppert
Steve Kaplan @stvkpln
Anastasis Ksouzafeiris @anksos
AJ Kuftic @ajkuftic
William Lam @lamw
Jason Langer @jaslanger
Leandro Ariel Leonhardt @leonhardtla
Scott Lowe @otherscottlowe
Matt Mancini @vmexplorer
Frederic MARTIN @vmdude_fr
Jason Massae @jbmassase
Andrea Mauro @Andrea_Mauro
Paul McSharry @pmcsharry
Christian Mohn @h0bbel
Kevin OBrien @testlabnut
Anthony Poh @anthony_poh
Mohamed Roushdy
raphael schitz @hypervisor_fr
greg schulz @StorageIO
Eric Sloof @esloof
Anthony Spiteri @anthonyspiteri
Michael Wilmsen @WilmsenIT

Questions & Updates

For questions about the application process or the vExpert Program, please send an email to vexpert@vmware.com. Be sure to follow @vExpert for updates on the 2016 vExpert program.

vExpert NSX 2016 Award Announcement


Thank you to everyone who applied for vExpert NSX. I’m pleased to announce the list of 2016 vExperts who received the NSX award. Each of these vExperts have demonstrated significant contributions to the community and a willingness to share their expertise with others. Contributing is not always blogging or Twitter as there are many public speakers, book authors, script writers, VMUG leaders, VMTN community moderators and internal champions among this group.

The program is build upon the vExpert program. To apply you must be a current vExpert as well as evangelizing VMware NSX. We will open applications once per year for each of the sub-programs. Applications for 2017 will open around February of 2017.

Thank You,

Corey Romero, and the VMware Social Media & Community Team

First Last Twitter
Abdullah Abdullah do0dzZZ
Ebrahim Aldesouky Elmehsnawy EbrahimAldesouk
Mike Armstrong virtsouthwest
Aram Avetisyan how2vm
mauro balbiani
Robert Bauer rotbau
Ivo Beerens ibeerens
Ather Beg AtherBeg
Daemon Behr daemonbehr
Roie Ben Haim roie9876
Giuliano Bertello GiulianoBerteo
Dennis Bray DennisBray
Andrew Brydon sidbrydon
Matthew Bunce virtualisedgeek
Patricio Cerda patote83
Brad Christian vhipster
Chris Clancy vmw_clancy
Joe Clarke elgwhoppo
Luis Concistre luisconcistre
Jonathan Copeland VirtSecurity
Tim Davis ALDTD
Marc De Grasse marcpcd
William de Marigny
Romain Decker woueb
Simone Di Mambro sidimam
Richard Dowling virtRich
Matthias Eisner matthiaseisner
Chanaka Ekanayake s_Chan_EK
raymundo escobar elnemesisdivina
Niran Even-Chen niranec
Kirill Filin kirhy
Ron Flax ronflax
Tomas Fojta fojta
Javier Galvez JavierTroubleV
Andrew Gilman andrewgilman
Nathan Goh agentnath
Jose Maria Gonzalez jose_m_gonzalez
Myles Gray mylesagray
Florian Grehl virten
Joseph Griffiths Gortees
Kevin Groat kgroat
Sebastian Grugel sebastiangrugel
Takahiro Hagiwara shadowhat
Niels Hagoort NHagoort
Brandon Hahn brandonhahn
Edward Haletky Texiwill
Manfred Hofer Fred_vBrain
Wade Holmes wholmes
Tom Howarth tom_howarth
Marc Huppert MarcHuppert
Manish Jha alex_hunt86
Ryan Johnson tenthirtyam
sandeep kaushik sandeepDtech
Ben King benking84
Brian Kirsch bckirsch
Anjani Kumar anjaniyadav85
Christopher Kusek cxi
Matthew Larson
Matthew Leib MBLeib
Fabian Lenz lenzker
Alex Lopez iVirtuAlex
Scott Lowe scott_lowe
Gabriel Maciel gmaciel_ca
Kohei Matsumoto
Andrea Mauro Andrea_Mauro
Petr McAllister McallisterPetr
Dan McGee VMVernak
Sam McGeown sammcgeown
Paul McSharry pmcsharry
Paul Meehan paulpmeehan
Brian Mislavsky bmislavsky
Masanori Nara masanara
Jason Nash TheJasonNash
Christopher Neale MrCNeale
Karel Novak novakkkarel
Russell OConnor raoconnor
Christian Parker crispyire
Manish Patel mandivs
Joep Piscaer jpiscaer
Trevor Pott cakeis_not_alie
Brian Ragazzi brianragazzi
Kyle Ruddy kmruddy
Ariel Sanchez Mora arielsanchezmor
Nicolai Sandager NSA42
Marius Sandbu msandbu
Yves Sandfort yvessandfort
Prasenjit Sarkar stretchcloud
Pablo Scheri pabloscheri
Elver Sena Sosa ElverS_Opinion
Maqsood Siddiqui Maqsood_S
Manny Sidhu MannySidhu2
Joshua Sims josh_vcrumbs
Heino Skov heinoskov
Eric Sloof esloof
Martijn Smit smitmartijn
Jens Soeldner JensSoeldner
Ted Spinks
Anthony Spiteri anthonyspiteri
John Statt StattJohn
Gregory Stemberger gjstem
Christian Strijbos vChriSt
Kazumi Takata Kazumi_Takata
Ranjit Singh thakurratan rjapproves
Sateesh Thupakula VMwareguruz
Tolga Tohumcu TolgaTohumcu
Kunal Udapi kunaludapi
Marco van Baggum vMBaggum
Rene Van Den Bedem vcdx133
Peter van Roosmalen perke
Robert Verdam rverdam
Ales Vojtek vojtekales
Chris Wahl ChrisWahl
Ian Walker
Go Watanabe gowatana
Steve Wood stewud86
Chi Kin Wu umacboyvictor
Clint Wyckoff ClintWyckoff
Ross Wynne RossWynne
Yoshimasa Yamamoto vYamamoty
Cahit YOLACAN cyolacan
Jarosław Zieliński vJZielinski
Bo Bo Zin bebezet

VMworld 2016 U.S. – vExpert Sessions

vExpert: Dennis Bray
Twitter: @dennisbray
Blog: vminstructor.com

vExpert: Mike Brown
Twitter: @vMikeBrown
Blog: vcdx71.com

vExpert: Denny Cherry
Twitter: @mrdenny
Blog: dcac.co

vExpert: Nick Colyer
Twitter: @vnickc
Blog: 2ninjas1blog.com

vExpert: Tom Cronin
Twitter: @Virtual_Tom


vExpert: John Davis
Twitter: @johnnyadavis
Blog: vloreblog.com

vExpert: Romain Decker
Twitter: @woueb
Blog: cloudmaniac.net

vExpert: Luc Dekens
Twitter: @LucD22
Blog: lucd.info

vExpert: Joe DePasquale
Twitter: @DepasqualeJoe
Blog: blogs.vmware.com/tam/tag/joe-depasquale

vExpert: Adam Eckerle
Twitter: @eck79
Blog: blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/author/aeckerle

vExpert: Steve Flanders
Twitter: @smflanders
Blog: sflanders.net

vExpert: Rob Girard
Twitter: @robgirard
Blog: linkedin.com/in/robgirard/

vExpert: Chris Gurley
Twitter: @cmgurley
Blog: thegurleyman.com

vExpert: Forbes Guthrie
Twitter: forbesguthrie
Blog: vreference.com

vExpert: Niels Hagoort
Twitter: @NHagoort
Blog: cloudfix.nl

vExpert: Chris Halstead
Twitter: @chrisdhalstead
Blog: chrisdhalstead.net

vExpert: Jon Harris
Twitter: @JonOnDaCloud
Blog: virtumaster.com

vExpert: Ryan Johnson
Twitter: @tenthirtyam
Blog: tenthirtyam.org

vExpert: Mohammed Raffic Kajamoideen
Twitter: @vmwarearena
Blog: vmwarearena.com

vExpert: Ryan Kelly
Twitter: @vmtocloud
Blog: VmtoCloud.com

vExpert: GS Khalsa
Twitter: @gurusimran
Blog: vbrowncoat.com

vExpert: Thomas LaRock
Twitter: @SQLRockstar
Blog: thomaslarock.com

vExpert: Matt Liebowitz
Twitter: @mattliebowitz
Blog: thelowercasew.com

vExpert: Simon Long
Twitter: @simonlong_
Blog: simonlong.co.uk

vExpert: Kannan Mani
Twitter: @kantwit
Blog: vmoracle.com

vExpert: Vinith Menon
Twitter: @vinithmenon28
Blog: virtualize-automate.com

vExpert: Adam Osterholt
Twitter: @osterholta
Blog: datacenter.ninja

vExpert: Raffaello Poltronieri
Twitter: @raffapol
Blog: vaddicted.wordpress.com

vExpert: Lakshmana Prakash
Twitter: @VMAppDelivery
Blog: blogs.vmware.com

vExpert: Soeren Reinertsen
Twitter: @SorenReinertsen


vExpert: Alan Renouf
Twitter: @alanrenouf
Blog: virtu-al.net

vExpert: Kyle Ruddy
Twitter: @kmruddy
Blog: thatcouldbeaproblem.com

vExpert: Sachin Sharma
Twitter: @sachin_d_sharma
Blog: www.blogs.vmware.com/euc

vExpert: Vaughn Stewart
Twitter: @vStewed
Blog: vaughnstewart.com

vExpert: Matt Vandenbeld
Twitter: @vcloudmatt
Blog: cloudmatt.com

vExpert: Kong Yang
Twitter: @KongYang
Blog: http://bit.ly/KongYangGeekSpeakBlog

vExpert: Emad Younis
Twitter: @Emad_Younis
Blog: emadyounis.com

VMworld 2016 Las Vegas – Video & Podcast Studio


Last time we were in Las Vegas we put together a self service video / podcast booth where you can book a time slot to reserve the studio for free. You will have the opportunity to either use your own equipment or use the equipment we provide to produce video or podcasts. We will have a VMworld branded backdrop as well as video gear for you to use during the show.

Please sign up and fill in your name & twitter handle for the time slot you want. We have blocked out 30 minute slots so feel free to book multiple slots as needed. The available days are tabbed in the doc and is available at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Fcb_Hd5ZBkY3iI_apX6TNuFPj4O_VRFRH0MwA2YA_ok/edit?usp=sharing

Thank You and See You at VMworld 2016 in Las Vegas!

Corey Romero, VMware Community Manager (vExpert & VMTN)