In this episode, Rick Vanover (Twitter @RickVanover) and Clint Wyckoff (Twitter @ClintWyckoff) outline one technical Veeam feature: the virtual lab. The virtual lab has been around for years (since v5 of Veeam Backup & Replication), but now with additional options around using storage snapshots and replicas; organizations may find new and powerful use cases for this versatile technology. This presentation is also available as a video from the vBrownBag series at VMworld.
- RCPMag Webcast
- Microsoft Virtual Academy
- TechNet Eval Center
- All You Need to Know About Windows Server 2016 Virtualization
- All You Need to Know About Nano Server
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts five Veeam Vanguards from around the world in a panel discussion at the VeeamON Forum held in London. The Vanguards participating in the panel are:
- Craig Dalrymple (@Cragdoo on Twitter)
- Dave Kawula (@DaveKawula on Twitter)
- Cristal Kawula (@SuperCristal1 on Twitter)
- Anthony Spiteri (@AnthonySpiteri on Twitter)
- John Nicholson (@Lost_Signal on Twitter)
In this episode, Rick Vanover (Twitter @RickVanover) and Clint Wyckoff (@ClintWyckoff) record alive episode from Atlantic Security Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.Rick and Clint provide a quick update on the Vanguard program as well as we hada chance to have a chance with two security experts.
Travis Barlow (@Travis_R_Barlow) is one of the board members of the AtlanticSecurity Conference and he offers a really good tip for preventing Cryptolockerin your environment!
Jeff Man (@MRJeffMan) from Tenable also was a guest and shared insight to PCI and security strategies as well as what’s next.
In this episode, Clint Wyckoff hosts Matt Crape (@MattThatITGuy). Matt is a 1st time VMware vExpert, avid community contributor and renowned blogger @42u.ca. Matt discusses how he stays involved within the vSphere Community as well as how he's started up the Southwestern Ontario Veeam User Group - SWOVUG! Clint and Matt also discuss sizing backup repository best practices and how he's achieving the 3-2-1 rule...
In this episode, Clint Wyckoff hosts Dave Kawula (@davekawula). Dave is a Microsoft MVP for Cloud and Datacenter Management, Inaugural Veeam Vanguard, Community Evangelist and Independent Blogger (CheckYourLogs.net). Dave and Clint discuss the Microsoft MVP Program, Hyper-V 2016 as well as community events like TechMentor and MVPDays.
In this episode, Rick Vanover (@RickVanover on Twitter) hosts Rawlinson Rivera (@PunchingClouds on Twitter). Rawlinson is based in California and works for VMware in the Office of the CTO, as a Principal Architect in the Storage and Availability group. Rawlinson also writes the Punching Clouds blog.
In this episode, Rick Vanover (Twitter @RickVanover) welcomes back Jason Perlow (Twitter @JPerlow). Jason writes the Tech Broiler blog at ZDNet and also writes the OffTheBroiler blog. Jason and Rick talk about a number of the approaches available today for delivering storage at a software-defined level, including network and server architectures from the various data center brands available today.
In this new session Rick covers some of his favorite features in the vSphere 5.5 release and even shows a live demo. In this track you will learn:
- new vSphere 5.5 features
- nested ESXi and Autolab
- additional vSphere 5 resources
- upgrade tips
- and more!