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Not chosen for VMworld? Run a #vBrownBag session

Not chosen for VMworld? Run a #vBrownBag session

Yesterday the VMworld team send out e-mails to everyone whose session got chosen. As always there are people who submit a session and hear the news that sadly their session didn’t make it. Did you submit a session, got rejected but still want to share it? Run a #vBrownBag session! The ProfessionalVMware #vBrownBag is a series of online webinars held using GotoMeeting and covering various Virtualization & VMware Certification topics. Want to get in? Just contact them for a presentation…

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Win a FREE full pass to VMworld 2013 thanks to Veeam

Win a FREE full pass to VMworld 2013 thanks to Veeam

Veeam is giving away prices on a monthly base and this time you can win a full pass to VMworld 2013, VMware’s big event full on announcements and sessions. You can win tickets for either US or EU. You can enter the contest by just filling in the form over here. The winner will be selected on April, 22. Good luck everyone!

VMworld 2012: INF-VSP1252: What’s New with vSphere 5.1 – ESXCLI & PowerCLI

VMworld 2012: INF-VSP1252: What’s New with vSphere 5.1 – ESXCLI & PowerCLI

Session abstract In this session Technical Marketing automation experts William Lam and Alan Renouf will take you through What’s New in ESXCLI and PowerCLI for the vSphere 5.1 release. In this session Alan and William will take you through the exciting features available to use when automating VMware products, both beginners and experts will learn how to use new features to make your life easier and more productive. The session The session was split into 2 parts, first William talked…

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VMworld 2012: SPO3292 – Veeam Backup & Replication: Tips and Tricks

VMworld 2012: SPO3292 – Veeam Backup & Replication: Tips and Tricks

Session abstract While Veeam works great right out of the box, it also provides a lot of options for configuring and tuning your backup infrastructure. Anton Gostev (@Gostev) and Doug Hazelman (@VMdoug) share expert insights and practical advice for VM backup. What’s the best and safest way to configure direct SAN backups? When is network processing mode a better choice than hot add? How to efficiently write Veeam backups to deduplicating storage, to another site, or to the cloud? What…

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VMworld 2012: INF-BCO2655: VMware vSphere Fault Tolerance for Multiprocessor Virtual Machines

VMworld 2012: INF-BCO2655: VMware vSphere Fault Tolerance for Multiprocessor Virtual Machines

Session abstract This session will describe exciting new developments in implementing VMware vSphere® Fault Tolerance (VMware FT) for multiprocessor virtual machines. This new technology allows continuous availability of multiprocessor virtual machines with literally zero downtime and zero data loss, even surviving server failures, while staying completely transparent to the guest software stack, requiring absolutely no configuration of in-guest software. In this technical preview, we will outline the virtues of VMware FT, provide a detailed look at the new technology enabling…

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