Win a ticket to one or two conferences in November
In November there are two major conferences you can’t afford to miss.
- VMworld EU 2018 in Barcelona (5.-8. Nov 2018)
- AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas (26.-30. Nov 2018)
These conferences are quite expensive (re:Invent 1799$ and VMworld 1475€).
Wouldn’t it be great to go there for free? It’s possible if you’re lucky and win one of the tickets Veeam gives away.
Join Veeam in Barcelona
Win one of 5 full-conference tickets to VMworld Barcelona 2018.
Just register for the chance to win a free conference pass worth 1475 €.
Three trips to AWS re:Invent 2018
Veeam also gives away three full-conference tickets and three gift cards for hotel accommodations to AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas. Register on the Veeam page and get the chance to win.
Losing your mind over IT complexity
This is a rather non-technical post about life, the universe and… no, I think that has been written before. 😉
Seriously, it’s about how to deal with the overwhelming mass of information and the lack of knowledge of a single person in the field of virtualization.
In the old days
When I started my journey into virtualization, it was all about running a virtual machine within another operating system. I can remember the day when I’ve first seen a Windows 2000 booting in a VM on my NT4 workstation. It has been sluggish like hell and animations looked like slideshows. But, hey! What a cool technology!
A bit later I had the opportunity to manage an ESX 2.5 cluster before virtualization became mainstream.
Over the years, many other products were added: HA, DRS, vDS, NIOC, SIOC, SRM, vRealize, View, Horizon, vCOPS, vROPS, NSX, vSAN, Cloud, Containers, IoT, Software-defined-whatever and so on.
Enter the vMatrix
It is that kind of technological evolution which makes my work so fascinating and kept me going over the years. Learning new stuff every day is the spice of life and the core reason why I’ve left my labcoat behind, took the red pill and entered the vMatrix. Continue reading “The blind spot”
A basic visitors guide to VMworld Europe
It’s only a few weeks until VMworld Europe will open its doors at Fira Gran Via in Barcelona.
If you plan to go there for the first time it’s good to have some basic tips at hand. On my first visit to VMworld Barcelona I was glad to have read a very useful blogpost by Vladan. He keeps it updated and it is still worth a look. Continue reading “VMworld Europe Survival Guide”