Technical Compliance and vCloud Air Network
For the last year and a half, I’ve been working as a Systems Engineer for VMware’s Commercial segment. I’ve really enjoyed the time on this team, engaging customers in the field and getting comfortable with VMware’s sales practices. During this time, my boss had recommended me for a potential vCloud Air Network position because of […]
A little while ago, I wrote up some goals for the Homelab. The idea behind these goals was not so much to build a lab that compares in power to a normal DC, but to build something that can match in the way its configured. This is for my own continued education as well as […]
I’ve been meaning to do a write up on designing my homelab. In my last job, I had access to hardware and some essential networking bits, but now that I’m a Field SE, i’m in a different situation. I have access to internal tools and nested deployments (otherwise called PODs), as well as some Hands-On-Labs […]
Professional Growth: Part 4 – Future Proofing
Intro text: In keeping with the continued theme of this series, I wanted to know what the responders felt was a good technology path of choice, based on how the market is changing now and what areas they thought had the most potential. I know that the title of this post makes it seem like there is […]
VMworld First Timers!
First off, I am still alive, just acclimating to my new role and the travel with VMware. To get back into the swing of things and as I get ready for some new things coming up, I thought this would be a good return to writing post. So for those of you preparing to go […]