Monthly Archives: August 2012

And just in case you missed it

        The round of applause when the #vTax / #vRAM announcement was made at VMworld keynote solidifies what many of us thought about that. Good companies listen to their customers. VMware listened.    

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#vTax is dead, long live #vTax

Cat is out of the bag now, and the #vTax is dead. My bet is that VMware might be a tad bit pissed that this leaked ahead of schedule (like the CEO change) due to leaks and or rumors even though the article … Continue reading

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Booth Bacon and Dream Labs

Proving once again that the power of Bacon is infinite, the good folks over at Veeam are going to be providing Booth Bacon at VMworld this year. Now that is way better than a t-shirt that I will use to … Continue reading

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VMworld 2012: Smithers unleash the hounds

So VMworld 2012 is right around the corner. Unlike last year when I went and had no idea who/what/where/why/how this year I have a pretty good understanding of what I want to do, who I want to meetup with, yadda … Continue reading

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Shameless Plug: vExpert Edition

Blogging has been light as work and family has taken precedence. That said, I would be remiss in not plugging my vExpert Spotlight over at VMTN Blog. Other crazyness, I’ll be on the vExpet #v0dgeball team with several other vExperts. … Continue reading

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