vToolbelt – August 2017

Well summer is starting to wind down.  Kids are headed back to school.  Mine is about to trek off to college (yikes!)  We are also just about a week away from VMworld 2017!    It is not too late to sign up!    There is going to be a lot of…

vToolbelt – June/July 2017

I don’t know about you; but my summer is flying by.  I blinked and missed June.  So this month, we’ll combine June & July.    I know you are as busy as I am, so  let’s get to it… Upcoming Events Central Ohio VMUG (July 11) – Note:  This event was…

vToolBelt – May 2017

Upcoming Events Central Ohio VMUG UserCON (May 23) – Created by VMware users for VMware users.  Plan to be at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Columbus on May 23 for one of the largest VMware events in the Midwest.  Visit the VMUG.COM site to view the agenda & register. Ohio SLED VMUG…

vToolBelt – April 2017

Lots of information to relay this month.  Let’s jump right in… Breaking News vCloud Air to be acquired by the OVH Group – VMware has recently announced that the vCloud Air business will be acquired by the OVH Group.  VMware will still continue to sell vCloud Air as an offering. Windows…

vToolBelt – March 2017

It has been a busy month in the VMware world so far!  Major updates to vSphere, and lots of news coming your way.   Staying up-to-date How do you keep your skills current in our fast paced industry?  Have you ever tried listening to a Podcast?   I’ve used them…

vToolbelt – February 2017

February has been quite a busy month with VMware Virtualization news!  Grab a cup of  coffee and dig in! Networking NSX 6.3 is out!  This includes support for vSphere 6.5 (specifically 6.5a).  Some key new features include the Application Rule Manager, Endpoint Monitoring, Multi-Datacenter Security Tagging, and the beginnings of…

vToolbelt – January 2017

New additions for your Virtual Toolbelt Welcome to the first edition of Virtual Toolbelt!   I do a lot of reading as part of my attempt to keep up with Technology.    I have been including the most interesting links in a customer newsletter. Perhaps a few of you will find it…