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Remember the old Trident gum commercial, it was a ringing endorsement from dentists for their patients that chew gum. Well recently VMware hosted a Virtually Speaking podcast featuring various storage partners to talk about VVols. The podcast featured representatives from key VVols partners: HPE, Pure, HDS and NetApp along with Bryan Young (VVols product manager), … Continue reading »

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I had logos made again this year for the blogs that made the top 50 in Top vBlog that you can display on your website. It’s always a crap shoot using Fiverr on how well the designer does, this year they turned out OK but was hoping they would be a bit better. You can …

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From it’s initial launch VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) has been an all VMware software-defined stack powered by vSAN for both the management and workload storage domains. Customers that wanted to add additional storage were limited to only using vSAN as the solution didn’t allow for support of external storage devices to be used with VCF. …

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To set the context for this if you haven’t seen it, recently there has been a lot of public outrage all over the internet about someone ordering bagels sliced up like bread. You can read all about this controversy here, having read that myself I naturally thought of the comparison to storage in VMware environments. …

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The annual call for content for VMworld is now open through April 16th, however this year VMware has changed the submission process and is basically only looking for customer case studies. Instead of the old form where you did an abstract, outline and key takeaways on whatever topic you wanted, now you fill out a …

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Remember the whole unveiling of Pat Gelsinger’s tattoo at VMworld last year? There was a lot of speculation on if it was real (permanent) or not (temporary). I was hanging out with Pat at the vExpert party were he rolled up his sleeve and showed it to us and couldn’t tell. I also did a …

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vSphere-land! by Esiebert7625 - 2M ago
Here are the full results for Top vBlog 2018: Legend: Rank = 2018 rank Previous = 2017 rank Change = # of position change from 2017 Total Points = Voting points + Post points + Pagespeed points Total Votes = Total number of people who voted Voting Points = Weighted points based on ranking (#1 …

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Below are the results for the Top 25 vBlogs and Category winners that were revealed today. You can watch the recorded results show and the slide deck used is also available below. Full results will be published very soon! Top vBlog 2018 reveal from esiebert7625

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Join myself along with special guests Eric Wright, Angelo Luciani and John Troyer as we countdown the top 25 bloggers based on the results from my annual VMware/virtualization blog survey. This event will be broadcast via a live webinar at 8:30am PST on Thursday March 21st and also saved to YouTube for later viewing. So … Continue reading »

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VMware’s new Virtual Volumes (VVols) storage architecture became available exactly 4 years ago today as part of the vSphere 6.0 GA. The vSphere 6.0 datasheet described VVols in this manner: Transform Storage for your Virtual Machines – vSphere Virtual Volumes* enables your external storage arrays to become VM-aware. Storage Policy-Based Management (SPBM) allows common management …

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