Hello all, I had a full week at home - NICE! Lots of admin this week, and paperwork too. Next week will be lots in the lab and looking forward to that. At VMworld I did a few interviews and one has now popped and it is pretty good and you can find it here. … Continue reading Newsletter: October 29, 2016
Recently while traveling I talked with someone about EMP. They had seen it in a TV show and though it was more or less like what was in the TV show. In the TV show the bad guys had a gadget (weapon actually) that could send out EMP waves and turn off electricity. When the … Continue reading EMP is actually very scary!
Many of us should be prompted now about this new update from Apple. I was looking forward to it as I occasionally have an issue with my Apple Watch unlocking my work MBA and supposedly it is fixed in this release. You can learn more about what is in it via this third - party … Continue reading macOS 10.12.1 now GA
Update: I was just updated to the fact that this fixes a remote code execution vulnerability that was exploited by us users clicking on a JPEG. So, update soonest! Another update dropped today and it does have a number of things in it that make it worth updating too. Plus there is the fixes too. … Continue reading iOS 10.1
Hello all, Update: - you can now - 11/15/16 09:12 - find the bits and docs to download. Use Williams article to help find what you need. For those of us with only vExpert ability to download you will find the evals are still old versions. Wait a bit and it should change. === This … Continue reading Newsletter: October 22, 2016 – vSphere Edition
Hi all, I had an amazing time at the VMworld EMEA 2016 Hackathon last night. Team 4 was a bunch of smart people working on an interesting issue. We wanted to have a script that would produce a host availability report - just like the MUI did once upon a time. Perhaps it is worth … Continue reading What a great time – VMworld 2016 Hackathon rules!
Hi all, I hope that this finds everyone well. I had some not so bad travel yesterday from St-Petersberg to Barcelona. I do love Spain and it is very good to be back in Barcelona. Not sure how much time I have, and how many things to share today, so it will be perhaps a … Continue reading Newsletter: October 16, 2016
Someone I work with - and quite like - made some disparaging comments on the vExpert program. I did not have much time to ask about it, but it was mostly due to how easy it is to get into. He is part of the Microsoft one and that one is very hard to get … Continue reading Why I like the vExpert program!
Hello all, I am writing this - still - from St. Petersberg. A great city. I got lost walking to work this week, and yes I was using my iPhone to navigate but the GPS had some difficulties - a first actually. So instead of 4.5 KM it was 10 KM. But wow, what a … Continue reading Newsletter: October 8, 2016
Hi all, If you download Veeam to test it out you get basic support. If you are a Veeam Vanguard you get premier support. As a vExpert we get no support. I think we should get some basic level of support. I recently enabled VSAN in my lab and it went very poor. It impacted … Continue reading Why vExperts should get some support!