Hello all, I hope that you had a good week - I did, but it isn't hard when you visit customers and introduce them to a really good BCDR tool like Veeam Availability Orchestrator. But as it has happened before, this started in one US state, then continued in another, and ended in my home … Continue reading Newsletter: December 15, 2018
Hello all, I trust that everyone enjoyed this week? Mine was interesting and I am very happy to say that I finally got the updated domain done in my lab. It turned out to be really a lot more work than I expected. But, if you have a need to redo your domain, in your … Continue reading Newsletter: November 3, 2018
Hello all, Another busy week in the lab. I hope that everyone is good - especially those of you in the path of Hurricane Michael. That sounds quite bad. Everyone stay safe. BTW, I saw in this article about the Hurricane that an Air Force base had moved out their non - essential people and … Continue reading Newsletter: October 13, 2018
Hello all, I hope everyone who reads this is doing well? It was wonderful to see and chat with many of you last week at VMworld. I was able to write up some of what I enjoyed at VMworld, but I am updating it as I watch videos that are worth telling you about, or … Continue reading Newsletter: September 8, 2018
Hello all, An interesting week, in that I was in the lab a lot, and heard that Veeam was vSAN certified on vSphere 6.5 U2 which took some work! But some of the work was to be ready to head out to visit with customers in the next couple of weeks, but also VMworld. I … Continue reading Newsletter: August 11, 2018
Hi there, A busy week in the lab, and it was not all fun. I am working on one problem in the lab that is most frustrating. I hope to have some help with it next week and get if figured out. I did get my vSphere 6.7 upgrade done, and so my article talks … Continue reading Newsletter: July 28, 2018
Hi all, This article covers off the process of my upgrade to vSphere 6.7 in my lab. It is later than you may have suspected due to dependencies in my lab I had to wait to be dealt with. So this process starts with me getting the docs, and the bits (vCenter and ESXi). I … Continue reading My vSphere 6.7 Upgrade – WOW!