Tips and Tricks for Building Customized VMware Docs

In my last post, I gave advice on using VMware documentation like a pro.  But in this post, let’s take that one step further to expert level.  There’s something amazing about the VMware documentation site that people may not have explored.  From the VMware Docs home page, there’s an option to build custom docs.  Let’s click…

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A Tale of Two vCenters, VxRail Edition

Picture yourself in front of a rack of VxRail appliances.  Ah, the bright shine of freshly racked and cabled new gear!  The network team has VLANs ready.  The operations team has picked out naming conventions for host names and virtual machines.  Storage capacity will be more than enough to support growth efforts for the next…

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A Letter to the Dreamer – Be Brave Enough

When is the last time you remember having a dream of some sort of achievement?  Maybe it was what you wanted to be when you grew up as of Kindergarten graduation, or perhaps it was something else.  Are the young the only ones who dream? Are they the only ones who would pursue a dream? …

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The Power of Finding Your Community

I remember attending the VMUG UserCon in Dallas / Fort Worth for the first time back in 2013 and hearing Damian Karlson speak about vBrownBag.  At the time I had never heard of vBrownBag, but one thing that really hit me was his mention of community.  When he said “the community” he meant the virtualization…

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