Yes the time has finally come where I can announce that I will be attending VMworld Europe 2017 in Barcelona, Spain. For the past few years this has not been possible due to work commitments and involvement in critical customer escalations. This will be my 1st time and I am ready to be a part of this exciting and unique experience.
Read about my experience taking the VMware vRealize Operations 2017 Specialist (2VB-602) Exam.
To address the Wannacry vulnerability I used PowerShell to semi-automate the patching process using MS17-010.
I had an interesting issue in one of my labs recently where the vROps cluster suddenly stopped collecting and showed No Data against the vCenter.
Last month I was finally able to take the plunge and attend not only my 1st VMUG but also my 1st #LonVMUG. Read more about my experience.
VMware recently became aware of an issue where vSAN objects may not be discovered or collected in vRealize Operations 6.6 and have released a Hot Fix to address this.
As part of some internal testing @ VMware I was asked to setup an account in AWS or Amazon Web Services. Now I had heard a lot about AWS and also studied them extensively as part of my Masters degree so I decided to see what all the hype was about.
In my initial post about vRealize Operations 6.6, I alluded to further content, this post is the 1st in a series of a more in depth look at the changes which have been released in 6.6.
Following on from this blog post by Taruna Gandhi last week, the GA release of vRealize Operations Manager 6.6 is now available to download from My VMware.
Cliche I know but this is my foray into the world of blogging...Enjoy!