vROps 8.0 Troubleshooting Workbench and Blue Medora

This blog post originally appeared on the VMware Cloud Management Blog, which you can read here. In vROps 6.5 HTML5, Based User Interface was the main feature of the release. In vROps 7.0 it was the dashboarding canvas and in vROps 7.5 it was the ServiceNow Plugin for notifications. Each new version of vROps presents […]

Hello From My Homelab | Epsiode 14: Sean Massey

On this episode of Hello From My Homelab, host Lindy Collier chats with Sean Massey, Staff Cloud Solutions Architect at VMware, about his homelab in northern Wisconsin. Together, they discuss how he built his first homelab in college 15 years ago, how he’s using a pair of NVIDIA Tesla GPUs, why it’s important to leverage […]

Hello From My Homelab | Episode 13: Brian Irvin

On this episode of Hello From My Homelab, host Lindy Collier chats with Brian Irvin about his homelab in Illinois. They discuss how his homelab has helped him in his career, the hardware he’s using, and why he put a LAN jack over his dining room table.   

How Continuing Education Can Help You Achieve Your Goals

If you’re looking to move up in the professional world, continuing education could provide the opportunities you may need. When most people hear continuing education, they associate it with going back to school – which could be cost and time prohibitive. Whether it’s going back to school, taking a technical class, obtaining a new certification, […]

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