As anyone reading this likely knows, the 2013 vExpert list was announced earlier this week (I'm honored to be a member for the second year now). vExpert 2013 awardees announced Shortly after, Jeramiah Dooley updated his 2012 vExpert analysis/breakdown for 2013 (I'm hoping this is a yearly tradition). 2013 vExpert Group, By the Numbers Reading … Continue reading Having fun with vExpert to employee ratios
Good session - went medium level technical and good info on APD and PDL failure scenarios.
I'm a bit overdue here but better late than never I hope….see below for the slides from my presentation at Varrow Madness 2013. I've found myself giving this presentation multiple times as it seems to be something of a timeless topic (although I update it a bit each time). And…I greatly appreciate all who attended … Continue reading Varrow Madness 2013 Disaster Recovery Presentation
Thanks to those who attended. Please see below for today's presentation. If you'd like a PDF, please just let me know at email@example.com. Thanks to Christopher Kusek (@cxi), VMware, and Confio for their contributions to the presentation. Varrow Q4 Lunch & Learn Presentation - Virtualizing Business Critical Applications
I greatly appreciate all who attended the AITP luncheon in Charleston on Thursday - and especially those who stayed awake as I talked about Disaster Recovery for 40 minutes. For anyone who would like to view the slides from my presentation "Disaster Recovery: Business and Technology", they are available on Slideshare (see link below) as … Continue reading Charleston AITP Presentation
I'd like to thank those who came out this afternoon to hear a bit about Tier One App Virtualization (as I'm sure it was all about the content and not the venue after all). See below for the Slideshare version of the presentation. If you'd like a copy, please drop me an email at "amiller … Continue reading Virtualizing Tier One Applications Presentation
In case you're coming across this in 2017, I've tweaked the post below but it's still correct I believe as I've been a vExpert for 6 years now. Just reach out me to on Twitter if any questions - @andriven I may write a followup post soon about what vExpert has meant to me over the … Continue reading How I became a vExpert