Early Bird Registration for VMware Explore 2022 US is open so now seems a good time to look at some of the key dates for the event.
VMworld - the global VMware conference that has been running since 2004 is changing to “VMware Explore” and after a 2 year virtual stint is back in-person for 2022.
Amongst the many topics covered at the latest London VMware User Group, a new memory tiering technology called “Project Capitola” caught my eye.
The VMware vExpert award recipients for 2022 have been announced and I’m pleased to say that I am on the list for the seventh consecutive year.
If you’re auditing your vSphere hardware inventory here’s a PowerShell/ PowerCLI snippet to show the Vendor, Model, and Serial Number of all the ESXi hosts in your environment.
If you’re having to audit or troubleshoot your ESXi host patching and need a full list of connections from LLDP then this PowerCLI can help.
In case you missed it, here are some of the highlights of this blog from the last year.
After being online only in 2020 the UK VMware User Group event was back with a bang, catering for both online attendees and those
making a return to Leicester last week. These are my highlights of that event.
Applications for the VMware vExpert program for 2022 open on 6th December 2021. If you have an interest in the VMware
ecosystem and contributing to the #vCommunity then you should check this out.
The VMworld 2021 Content Catalog is online, so what is the focus of the sessions at this year’s event?