Monthly Archive: July 2009

Jul 29 2009

Pre-conference Links

What to expect at VMworld Get To VMworld 2009 Early – Sunday and Monday Stuff An AWESOME peek behind the scenes of getting hardware ready for VMworld 2009 My VMworld Schedule (Scott Lowe) “Hello Freedom” — VMworld 2009 to Energize San Francisco With the Leading Virtualization Event The calm before the VMworld VMworld 2009 (San …

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Jul 20 2009

OK so it’s a poem and not a limerick…

Over in the VMworld forums Theron Conrey has a thread going for his big Sunday night VMworld bash and is encouraging people to write a VMworld themed limerick to get an extra raffle ticket to win great prizes. Since I didn’t want to deal with the strict rules that makeup a proper limerick I did …

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Jul 09 2009

Will you be attending VMworld 2009 in San Francisco this year?

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Jul 09 2009

vShield Zones Links

vShield Zones: What it is and how it works (Pt. 1) (SearchVMware) Installing and Configuring vShield Zones (Pt. 2) (SearchVMware) Quick tips for managing vShield Zones (Pt. 3) (SearchVMware) Introduction to vShield Zones (VMware) vShield Zones 1.0 FAQ (VMware) vShield Zones featured on VMTN Community Roundtable Podcast (Talkshoe) VMware vShield Zones (Musings of Rodos) Why …

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Jul 09 2009

VMware Data Recovery Links

VMware Data Recovery Product Page (VMware) VMware Data Recovery FAQ (VMware) VMware Data Recovery Evaluator’s Guide (VMware) VMware Data Recovery Product Datasheet (VMware) Technical Track: VMware vCenter Data Recovery (webcast) (VMware) VMware Data Recovery Manager: A guide to installing and using VDR (SearchDataBackup) Test-driving VMware Data Recovery: A review & VMware responds (SearchVMware.com) VMware’s Backup …

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Jul 02 2009

And the winners of the VMware top blog are…

I’ve been putting together the top 10 and lately the top 20 VMware blogs based on a few factors but this time around I wanted to poll the user community to see what they thought theĀ  top VMware blogs were. Well the people have spoken, there were about 350 votes cast, a few duplicates (I …

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