VMworld is a great event where vEnthusiasts can gather to network, attend seminars, learn about new products, and have a great time. We are proud to bring you exclusive interviews with industry figures, like David Davis, Greg Shields and Scott Lowe.
Don’t be fooled by the fancy title. VMware’s new VCA certification is less useful than it sounds. Learn why IT pros don’t need to get riled up about this cert.
vSphere 5.5 may have been the biggest news announced at VMworld 2013, but it’s not the only news. Two other notable announcements are helping grow VMware’s virtualization territory.
Update: Because David is under the weather, we’re rescheduling the Google Hangout for Sept. 17 at 12 p.m. CST. Sorry for the inconvenience! What’s all this noise about vSphere 5.5? Join our Google Hangout on Air with vExpert and instructor David Davis to get the scoop on this important vSphere update.
Guest post by Pluralsight virtualization instructor and vExpert David Davis: A lot happens in six years of virtualization training. At my first VMworld in 2008, I had been working for TrainSignal for only a few months. I took copies of my new VMware ESX Server course and tried to hand them out in front of [...]
At VMworld for the first time this year, or hoping to go next year? TrainSignal instructor and VMworld veteran David Davis has got the top tips to get the most out of this huge conference.
Food probably isn’t the first thing on your mind when you’re prepping for VMworld 2013, but it should be high on the list. After all, the Moscone Center is surrounded by blocks of bustling bars and top-notch restaurants. Here’s a list of several spots to help keep you sated between sessions.
TrainSignal instructors David Davis and Chris Wahl talk about the keys to a successful career in virtualization at the 2013 Indy VMUG.
Besides filling your brain with tons of knowledge on new technology and stuffing your suitcase with free stuff, VMworld is your time to party. Check out these events during VMworld 2013 to kick back after each day’s sessions.
A party isn’t just a party at a tech conference. It’s a great opportunity to network and bounce off your peers. But for the shy and timid, this task could seem more daunting than exciting. Learn how to make the most of the social events at your next tech conference with these smooth tips.
Check out a vExpert’s top picks for VMworld 2013 sessions geared towards attendees looking to get an interactive experience at this year’s conference in San Francisco, CA.
Head on over to the VMworld 2013 portal to vote for the sessions you want to see at this year’s conference in San Francisco, CA. Be sure to vote for your favorite TrainSignal instructors, including David Davis and Jason Nash.
There are so many IT conferences out there and they’re not cheap, so how do you know which ones are worth your time and money? These three offer the most for your investment and can truly impact your career for a variety of reasons.
If plan on heading to VMworld 2013 in San Francisco this year, then make sure to head on over to the VMworld website to get sneak peek at the potential sessions. Every year VMware lets the community vote for the sessions to be featured at the virtualization conference, so check out our list of the hottest topics and go vote for yourself.
VMware Hands On Labs (HOL) are finally available online for people who sign up on an interest list. A VMware Certified Pro got access shortly after its launch and walks you through the interface and available labs.
We had a chance to talk with Nicira CTO and co-founder Martin Casado about VMware’s acquisition of the company, and the software-defined solutions they’re aiming to apply to virtual networking.
Here Lane Leverett has some advice for anybody trying to get practice with virtualization technology besides preparation for certification exams. He also shares some tidbits about some new cloud hosting solutions.
In this interview from VMworld 2012, Kendrick Coleman talks to us about his favorite innovation at VMworld, his blog, and why he considers himself a “bourbon snob.”
In this video from VMworld, Tintri’s Justin Lauer opens up about what’s new at Tintri, why he hates Windows 8, and what innovation at this year’s VMworld blew his mind.
In this video, we sat down with vExpert Brian Knudtson and got him to dish about the courses he is working on for TrainSignal, the VMunderground party at VMworld, and what products he was psyched about at this year’s VMworld.
Veeam’s Software Strategy Specialist & Vice President of Product Strategy talked with us at VMworld 2012 about their new backup and replication products, and their favorite/least favorite technology out there on the market today.