VMware Certification changes

A couple of days ago Karl Childs posted a blog on the VMware Education blog website about some changes that are beeing implemented effective immediately in regards to VMware certifications. VMware certifications such as the VMware Certified Professional (VCP) program has always required us to recertify after two years. If …

What’s new in vRealize Automation 7.5

A few weeks ago we upgraded our vRealize Automation environments to version 7.5. This version has a lot going on so I thought it would be nice to discuss some of the new features and enhancements that have made its way into the new version of the vRealize Automation portal. …

Veeam 9.5 U3a with VMware vSphere 6.7 U1

The other day we had to use our Veeam environment together with a customers vSphere environment to migrate, well actually replicate in Veeam terminologies, a couple of virtual machines to our environment. The vSphere environment was pretty new, which we don’t see that much with our customers. The version was …

VMworld Europe – Day 3

General Session The General Session started of with Sanjay Poonen delivering some numbers regarding savings you as a company can realize when you implement VMware’s software offerings such as vSAN or NSX into your IT environments. After this he briefly mentioned a new project called Skyline, a proactive support service …

VMworld Europe – Day 1

Today is the first day of VMworld Europe 2018! The day started of by visiting the large entrance hall inside the Fira in Barcelona. This hall was full of different areas regarding certifications, Hands-On-Labs (HOL’s), VMware’s Cloud City, Alumni lounge and many many more areas of interest. After we got …