The Veeam Community Podcast is focused on giving the global virtualization community a new resource for connecting with industry experts, bloggers and peers, as well as for staying up to date on the latest industry news, developments and trends. Each 30-minute weekly episode of the Veeam Community Podcast will be available through RSS subscription and the Apple iTunes store. The podcast is hosted by Rick Vanover, a writer, blogger, VMware vExpert, VMware Certified Professional, Microsoft Certified Professional, Microsoft Certified IT Professional and a Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator. He currently works as Software Strategy Specialist at Veeam.
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Patrick Kremer. Patrick is a Senior Consulting Engineer in Chicago, and blogs at PatrickKremer.com. Patrick is also on Twitter at: @KremerPatrick. Rick and Patrick talk at length about the testing and certification process, including recent test center errors in the process that Patrick blogged about, and how this impacts [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover once again hosts Greg Stuart. Greg blogs at vDestination.com and also organizes the annual VMworld giveaway, which sends one lucky winner to VMworld for a trip to the popular conference that includes airfare, hotel and conference registration. Rick and Greg talk about vSphere 5.1 new features and the upgrade process [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover once again welcomes Simone Bennett (On Twitter at @Simone_AU). Rick and Simone (attempt) to tackle a tough topic: What to backup for a Hyper-V cluster? Not the VMs, but the infrastructure itself. What in Failover Cluster Manager needs protection, and what is the best way to do it?
This in fact [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Lauren Malhoit. Lauren is a systems engineer at Network Storage, Inc. based in Indianapolis. Lauren is a blogger at TechRepublic and the host of the Adapting IT Podcast. Lauren and Rick talk about some of the challenges associated with virtualization, chances are everyone wants it all: entirely virtualized, lowest [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts with Simone Bennett as co-host. Our guest today is Paul Cunningham. Paul is an Exchange Server MVP based in Australia and blogs at the Microsoft Exchange Server Pro blog. Paul also is on Twitter at @ExchServPro. Rick, Simone and Paul talk at length about what blogs provide to virtualization [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Simon Bramfitt. Simon blogs at http://blog.simonbramfitt.com/and also is a partner at Entelechy Associates. Simon is based in Northern California, but is originally from the United Kingdom. Rick and Simon talk at length about technologies for computing experiences and how virtualization has impacted these practices over time.
In this episode, Rick Vanover once again hosts Jason Perlow. Jason is a writer and editor for the Tech Broiler blog at ZDNet. Rick and Jason also had a record number of issues on Skype for this call! Jason also has taken on a new role at Microsoft, which is explained in this episode. Rick [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover once again welcomes Derek Schauland. Derek is a Microsoft MVP and an IT pro based in Wisconsin. Derek writes the Technically Speaking blog at: http://techhelp.cybercreations.net/. Derek also blogs at sites such as TechRepublic.
Derek and Rick talk about specific techniques when it comes to troubleshooting issues in a virtual world. This includes [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts the one and only Aidan Finn! Aidan is a Hyper-V MVP based in Ireland and is one of the foremost Hyper-V experts in the world. Aidan also writes the AidanFinn.com blog. The topic of this podcast include features related to Hyper-V and a great discussion on how to install [...]
In this episode, Simone Bennet (@Simone_AU) co-hosts with Rick Vanover (@RickVanover) and our guest is Hayden McManus (@HJMcManus). Hayden is a leader of the TechHeads AU group as well as an IT professional based in Australia.
Hayden, Simone and Rick explain what cricket is as well as how to go about creating a disaster recovery plan [...]
In this episode, Simone Bennet and Rick Vanover host James Bannan. James is System Center Configuration Manager MVP and is based in Melbourne, Australia. James also blogs at: http://www.jamesbannanit.com/. Rick, James and Simone talk at length about TechEd Australia, Hyper-V and Windows Server 2012.
This is the first visit on the podcast for James, and he [...]
Rick Vanover hosts Julie Miller. Julie works in Human Resources for Veeam, and is recruiting a number of positions in North America. Some of the positions that are currently open are highlighted in this episode. Julie posts the North American positions that she recruits for at the Veeam LinkedIn page. Each market globally recruits differently, [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Stacy Carter. Stacy is the winner of the vDestination contest for a free trip to VMworld! This includes travel, hotel and a VMworld pass. Veeam was happy to be a sponsor of this event and enjoy VMworld Stacy!
Also, Rick Vanover goes through a number of points that Veeam are [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Vanessa Alvarez (Twitter @VanessaAlvarez1). Vanessa is a longtime analyst, with specializations in big data and storage. Rick and Vanessa talk about different topics related to Big Data, and how it can be found effectively everywhere. Further, Big Data means different things across different organizations.
This is Vanessa’s first appearance on [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover once again hosts Jason Perlow. Jason writes the Tech Broiler blog and is an IT expert who has recently moved to Florida, which is part of the discussion in this episode. Rick and Jason talk about the many new Windows 8 options coming and what this really means for devices [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Simon Seagrave. Simon is a blogger at TechHead.co.uk and is on Twitter @Kiwi_Si. Rick and Simon talk about the many tactics and elements that go into showing technology at the large events, such as VMworld.
This is Simon’s first time on the podcast, and he is in the hotseat for [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Daniel van Soest (@dansaap) and Tony Krijnen (@tonykrij) in a live podcast recorded at TechEd Europe in Amsterdam. Daniel and Tony are both virtualization evangelists from Microsoft and are known as Hyper-D and Hyper-T. Tony and Daniel also contribute to the http://www.tonydaniel.ms blog; which is a community virtualization blog. [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover checks in with Dr. Thomas Shinder. Tom works at Microsoft in the Server and Cloud Division Information Experience (SCD iX) Solutions Team. His current focus is private cloud architecture, with a special focus on private cloud security and cloud infrastructure technologies. Tom also blogs at Microsoft. Tom and Rick talk [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover once again hosts Brien Posey. Brien is a premier blogger and Microsoft MVP for a number of years. In this episode, Brien and Rick dissect some of the news of the week; and Brien identifies shortcomings he sees with certain products and announcements.
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Gary Eimerman. Gary is the director of product development at TrainSignal and is based in Chicago. Rick and Gary talk about the changes, both good and bad, of the revival of the MCSE in the Microsoft Certification landscape. Gary also wrote two excellent blogs about the topic on the [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover once again hosts David Davis and welcomes Eric Mitchell to the podcast. David blogs at VMwareVideos.com and is an active member of the virtualization community in addition to his role at TrainSignal, makers of excellent training resources. Eric is a VMUG leader in the midwest and is on Twitter at [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Mario Blandini. Mario is on Twitter at @DroboMario and also Tweets on behalf of @Drobo. Mario is the Chief Evangelist at Drobo, makers of disk storage systems. Rick and Mario talk about disk prices, RAID technologies and how storage impacts IT and virtualization decisions today.
This is Mario’s first appearance [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover once again hosts David Davis (Twitter @DavidMDavis). David writes the VMwareVideos.com blog, organizes the vChat and is very involved in the virtualization community. Rick and David talk about the challenges of balancing multiple realms of certification as well as the value of the certification process in the IT field today.
In this episode, Rick Vanover once again hosts Femi Adegoke (Twitter @awedio). Femi is an IT pro in Southern California specializing in servers, storage and virtualization. Rick and Femi discuss his crafty way to deliver 10 Gigabit networking to a lab environment without breaking the bank. Femi’s equipment is shown in this picture gallery. Femi [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover once again hosts Scott D. Lowe. Scott is a newly designated VMware vExpert based in Missouri. Scott is a former CIO and now is fully engaged in virtualization and IT consulting. Rick and Scott discuss unified storage pros and cons for the SMB.
This episode is recorded live at Storage Networking World in Dallas, TX. Rick Vanover is a guest on a special podcast that Calvin Zito at HP is working on, and this material will be co-distributed with his project. This episode features Ray Lucchesi and Howard Marks along with Rick and Calvin. Ray blogs at RayOnStorage.com [...]
In this episode, the content is focused specifically on social media. Rick Vanover hosts three guests each from different backgrounds and interviews them on how they use social media to build brands. The guests on this special podcast are:
Pat Hanlon (Twitter @GiantsPatHanlon): Senior VP of Communication for the New York Giants.
Bridgette D. (Twitter @BridgetteLA): Writes [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover once again hosts Jason Perlow (Follow Jason on Twitter @JPerlow). Also co-hosting with Rick is Chris Henley from Veeam (Follow Chris on Twitter @NerdyLikeThat). Jason is an IT pro based in the New York metro area and is a premier blogger at the ZD Net Tech Broiler. Jason also works [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Nigel Poulton. (Follow Nigel on Twitter @NigelPoulton). Nigel is a storage and enterprise technology expert based in the United Kingdom. Nigel also hosts the InfoSmack Podcast, where Rick co-hosts with him. Rick and Nigel have the last word in this series of three podcasts on possibly the next big [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover once again hosts Chris Evans (Follow Chris on Twitter @ChrisMEvans). Chris is also known as The Storage Architect, which is also the name of his blog. Chris is an expert in cloud, storage and virtualization technologies and is based in the UK. Rick and Chris talk about possibly the next [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover once again hosts Jason Perlow (Follow Jason on Twitter @JPerlow). Jason is an IT pro based in the New York metro area and is a premier blogger at the ZD Net Tech Broiler. Jason also works extensively in storage and virtualization technologies. Rick and Jason talk about possibly the next [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Chris Henley. Chris is a product strategy specialist at Veeam Software, focusing on Hyper-V. Chris is based in Salt Lake City, Utah and is on Twitter @NerdyLikeThat and blogs at the Veeam blog. Chris and Rick talk at length about Hyper-V and virtualization technologies related to Hyper-V.
This is Chris’ [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Kevin Houston. Kevin is based in Atlanta and is one of the best IT community resources on blade solutions. Kevin blogs at BladesMadeSimple and is on Twitter at @Kevin_Houston. Kevin and Rick talk about how server decisions today are more important than even. Kevin also sheds a little light [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Rob Kuhn. Rob is a principal-level electrical engineer with experience in many areas of processor design, chipset design and system board layout. Rob is based in the Northeast of the United States and shares his experience on this podcast. Rick and Rob are good friends, and experiences from two [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts John Walsh. John works at Northwestern University where he manages a cyberinfrastructure team, providing virtualized applications and services on a large scale. John is on Twitter at @Jwalsh2 and blogs at http://drydenhouse.net/. Rick and John talk at length about sorting through requests for services and placement as well as [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Hans DeLeenheer. Hans works for Ferranti in Belgium as a team lead for all areas of server, storage and virtualization. Hans is on Twitter and blogs at: http://hansdeleenheer.blogspot.com/. Hans and Rick discuss some of the challenges facing IT pros when it comes to purchasing storage.
Hans in in the [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Chris Dearden and Mike Beevor. Chris and Mike both work for Veeam in the United Kingdom. Chris hosts the vSoup podcast and blogs at JFVI. Mike is on Twitter @MikeBeevor and blogs occasionally on the Veeam blog. Mike and Chris share their tips on making presentations on technical topics, [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover co-hosts again with Simone Bennett to welcome back Michael (Mick) Huxley. Mick is an IT professional based in Australia working on a large infrastructure project. Mick also blogs at http://www.mickhuxley.com/. Mick, Simone and Rick shares their experiences around the process of identifying how a new solution is brought into [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Kong Yang. Kong works for Dell at the Dell TechCenter as an evangelist. Rick and Kong talk at length about what the Dell TechCenter does, how they operate and a bit about the vCenter plug-in for Dell servers running vSphere. You can follow Kong on Twitter @KongYang and the [...]
Rick Vanover welcomes back co-host Doug Carson to talk storage with virtualization expert Jason Boche. Jason Blogs at Boche.net and is one of the few VCDX’s in the world. Jason is a storage and virtualization professional based in Minnesota. In this episode storage is the topic. A number of planning points are discussed as well [...]
Episode 48 – vSphere 5 Upgrades: Thinking out loud
In this episode Rick Vanover welcomes Simone Bennett to co-host with Paul Woodward as a returning guest on the podcast. Paul is an IT and virtualization professional based in Australia and blogs at the Running VM blog. Paul, Simone and Rick discuss how to go about the [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Mike Preston. Mike is a virtualization administrator for a school system based in Canada. Mike also blogs at blog.wpreston.net and is on Twitter at @MWPreston. Mike and Rick talk about the gotchas and opportunities of the vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA).
This is Mike’s first appearance on the podcast and he [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts and Simone Bennett co-hosts Karalyn Brown. Karalyn writes the Interview IQ blog and is one of the best resources on all aspects of the career process. Karalyn is also an influencer in social media and all things HR. Based in Sydney, Australia she also is the co-author of “What [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Christian Mohn. Christian is a podcaster, blogger and IT pro based in Norway. Christian is a co-host of the vSoup podcast as well as a blogger at vNinja.net. Christian and Rick talk about a number of the smaller features about vSphere 5’s storage capabilities. Of note in the podcast [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover once again hosts Femi Adegoke. Femi is an IT Director for a California company in the health care industry. Rick and Femi talk about storage, virtual machine provisioning and other Hyper-V tips that go along with the journey; especially for someone who may be more familiar with other virtualization technologies. [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover once again welcomes Simone Bennett. Simone is an IT professional based in Brisbane, Australia. There she also contributes to the AUTechHeads community. Simone is known for being very organized, and that is the theme of this episode. Simone has five easy tips to make IT pros more organized and effective [...]
In this episode, we open the microphone to members of the virtualization community. Guests include Josh Atwell, Kelly Culwell, Justin Paul, Chris Wahl, Michael Poore and Jason Perlow. Both Josh and Michael have written blog posts on the topic, and this podcast allows each of these community members to explain their vision of a VMTN [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes back Greg Stuart. Greg is based in Arizona and writes the vDestination blog. Greg also contributes to sites such as Petri, where he wrote an excellent blog post recently on the VCP5 exam. Rick and Greg talk about the VCP5 exam for vSphere professionals as well as the experience [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts and Simone Bennett co-hosts Hayden McManus. Hayden has a leadership role for both the AU Techheads site and his professional responsibilities at CommIT. Topics discussed include how an internal Service Level Agreement (SLA) should be drafted, what to look out for and how to communicate this to your organization.
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Douglas Carson. While Doug wasn’t able to attend VMworld in Copenhagen, many things caught his interest last week. Rick and Doug talk about some of the news and events related to VMworld which focuses around vSphere 5, dubbed by Doug as the “storage release.” Other topics of discussion include [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Roy Mikes and Arjan Timmerman. Roy blogs at http://www.mikes.eu and is on Twitter at @teovmy. Arjan blogs at: http://www.vdicloud.nl/ and is on Twitter at @Arjantim. Roy and Arjan both are based in the Netherlands and are sharing their opinions from their first VMworld event in this special episode of [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Kendrick Coleman. Kendrick (or Kenny) is a virtualization professional based in Louisville, KY. Kenny also blogs at KendrickColeman.com and has presented a few times at VMworld. In this episode, Rick and Kenny talk about virtualization home labs and a miscellaneous state of the union regarding virtualization.
Kenny is in the [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Elias Khnaser and this episode is co-hosted by Megan Mescher. Elias is a Technology Officer at Sigma Solutions in Chicago. Elias is a vExpert, popular blogger, author of many books and a contributor to Backup Academy. In this episode Megan and Rick ask Elias a number of questions about [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Scott Lillis. Scott is director of systems engineering for the Americas at Veeam Software. In this episode, Rick and Scott talk about some of the roles that Veeam has for technical positions in his group. There are a lot of positions at the Veeam careers page where these (and [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Julio Urquidi and Brien Posey. Brien is an 8 time Microsoft MVP and an active blogger at a number of websites. Julio is the editor of Tom’s IT Pro, a popular technology website. In this episode, Windows Server 8 is the topic discussed. The new Hyper-V technologies, Windows PowerShell [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Ricky El-Qasem and Eric Siebert. Ricky is the director of educational services for Veeam and Eric is a popular blogger and virtualization expert. In this episode, the events from VMworld are recapped and a few new community projects are discussed. In particular is a new community resource, Backup Academy; [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Derek Schauland. Derek is a Microsoft MVP and a systems administrator for a manufacturing organization in Wisconsin. Derek blogs at http://techhelp.cybercreations.net/ and is on Twitter @Webjunkie. Derek and Rick talk a bit about changing the application as virtualization changes the datacenter in today’s environments.
Derek is in the hot [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Greg Stuart and Sharee Stuart. Greg is a blogger at vDestination and is an IT directory at a school in Arizona. During this episode, Rick and Greg talk at length about the event and technologies that have caught our eye here. Sharee also shares her experiences from participating in [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Chris Wahl and Megan Mescher. Chris Wahl is a senior virtualization architect at a midwestern company, and he will be attending VMworld for the first time in Las Vegas this year. Chris also writes the Wahlnetwork blog. Megan Mescher is the events manager for the Americas at Veeam Software. [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover once again welcomes Scott Lowe. Scott is a higher education CIO based in Missouri as well as a blogger for a number of websites. Rick and Scott are at Tech Field Day in Austin, Texas and this episode is recorded from the event. Scott and Rick talk about the event, [...]
In this episode, virtualization expert Douglas Carson once again co-hosts with Rick Vanover. Doug and Rick welcome Edward Haletky back again to talk about some easy to do steps to implement physical security in a datacenter, computer room, or other location that you have IT assets of interest. The good news is of course that [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Julio Urquidi. Julio is technical editor for Tom’s IT Pro, based in Southern California. Tom’s IT Pro is a new website from the same group that brings us Tom’s Hardware. During the podcast, Rick and Julio outline what the new website brings to the IT community; and the pressing [...]
In this episode, higher education CIO Scott Lowe co-hosts with Rick Vanover. Scott and Rick welcome Martin Turze from Vanson Bourne. Martin is a project manager at Vanson Bourne, based in the UK. Scott, Rick and Martin discuss the new V-index survey that outlines virtualization adoption in the US, UK, France and Germany. The V-index [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Ryan Stolte. Ryan is the CTO at Bay Dynamics (Twitter @ITAMSC). Rick and Ryan talk about ways to use business intelligence tools, including Bay Dynamics to see a private cloud like never before.
Ryan is in the hot seat for “Three views from you.”
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Greg Schulz. Greg is a blogger, analyst and virtualization/storage expert based in Minnesota. Greg also blogs at Storageioblog.com, which contains a wealth of virtualization and storage resources. Rick and Greg talk about storage technologies of the day in this episode.
Greg is in the hot seat for “Three views from [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Phil Jaenke and is co-hosted again with Douglas Carson. Phil is an IT pro based in Northeast Ohio, and writes the Error404 blog. This episode is a little different in that Phil, Douglas and Rick each discuss some housekeeping tasks of today’s IT environments.
Phil is in the hot seat [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Mick Huxley and is co-hosted by Simone Bennett. Mick is working on a large private cloud project and is based in Sydney Australia. Mick also blogs at MickHuxley.com, which contains a wide variety of IT topics. Orchestration and operations are discussed in this episode.
Mick is in the hot seat [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Scott Lowe and Doug Carson. Doug is a systems integrator based in the UK. Scott works for EMC and is well known in the virtualization community. Scott has written a number of books, delivers outstanding content on his popular blog and works with a number of different technologies. Scott [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Sean Clark. Sean is an enterprise virtualization administrator for a large midwestern organization. Sean also blogs at SeanClark.US and is a co-conspirator of the VMundeground series of parties. Sean and Rick talk at length about how to design virtualization environments for disaster recovery, including the approach of making two [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Scott D. Lowe and Simone Bennett. Scott is the CIO of Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri. Simone, Scott and Rick talk about the various aspects of the transition to technology management for virtualization professionals.
Scott is in the hot seat for “Three views from you.”
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Femi Adegoke. Femi is a Hyper-V administrator for a healthcare company based in California and writes the new Geekin “IT” blog. Femi and Rick talk Hyper-V networking in terms of what is used in production, as well as some tips for getting started with any lab configuration.
Femi is in [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Chris Dearden and Doug Carson. Chris and Doug both are systems integrators based in the UK. Chris writes the popular JFVI blog and is part of the vSoup podcast. Chris, Rick and Doug talk about Hyper-V and where we all are in coming up to speed with its capabilities.
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Justin Giardina. Justin is the CTO of iland, and he is based in Houston. Justin also writes the Virtual Grind blog. Justin and Rick talk about cloud computing options and a few success stories that iland have had to clear up what expectations can be had of today’s cloud [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Marnix Wolf. Marnix is a System Center MVP and an integration consultant based in the Netherlands. Marnix also writes the Thoughts on Ops Manager blog, which is discussed in the podcast. Rick and Marnix talk at length about how System Center Operations Manager is the right tool for the [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover welcomes Simone Bennett and Paul Woodward. Both Simone and Paul are based in Brisbane, Australia and work with various technologies related to virtualization and IT project management. Paul writes the new RunningVMs blog, which is discussed on the podcast.
Both Paul and Simone are in the hot seat for “Three views [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Vijay Raj. Vijay is a Microsoft MVP based in India, and writes the Msigeek.com blog. Rick and Vijay discuss how the application is still very relevant in today’s virtualized world with technologies such as virtualized applications and the Application Readiness Toolkit.
Vijay is in the hot seat for “Three views [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Duncan Epping and Frank Denneman. Both Duncan and Frank are based in the Netherlands and work for VMware . In this episode, Duncan and Frank explain their roles at VMware and the challenges they face. Duncan and Frank also explain the motivation and process they go through to write [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts William Lam. William writes the virtuallyGhetto script repository as well as contributes to the VMware Communities vGhetto script repository. William is a VMware engineer for a large enterprise, based in the Silicon Valley area. Rick and William talk about how VMware scripting can make the day-to-day virtualization administrative tasks [...]
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Dan Jamieson. Dan is a vice president at Lifeboat Distribution based in the New York/New Jersey metro area. Dan and Rick discuss how the critical, behind-the-scenes process of software distribution works.
Dan is in the hot seat for “Three views from you.”
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Elias Khnaser. Elias is the virtualization practice manager for Artemis Technology in Chicago. Elias also writes the Virtual Insider blog on Virtualization Review and wrote the book VCP4 Exam Cram: VMware Certified Professional. Rick and Elias talk at length about storage networking decisions with virtualization.
Elias is in the hot [...]
In this special episode, Rick Vanover hosts Microsoft’s Symon Perriman and Veeam’s Doug Hazelman. Symon is a technical evangelist for server, virtualization and cloud technologies and is based in Seattle. Doug lives in Columbus, Ohio and is the senior director of product strategy for Veeam. The events of Microsoft Management Summit 2011 are reviewed [...]
In this episode, host Rick Vanover welcomes Doug Carson back to the podcast. Doug is a systems integrator, based in the UK. Rick and Doug talk about a number of books that are valuable resources for virtualization professionals today. Rick also mentions how during Veeam’s featured webinars, up to 10 attendees will win a copy [...]
In this episode, host Rick Vanover welcomes Tom Temin to discuss virtualization and other IT challenges facing federal IT environments. Tom lives near Washington, D.C. where he co-hosts the Federal Drive radio program on Federal News Radio WFED 1500 AM. Tom also writes the Temin on Tech blog and is the Editor in Chief at [...]
In this episode, host Rick Vanover (Twitter @RickVanover) welcomes Chris Evans (Twitter @ChrisMEvans) and Doug Carson (Twitter @Douglas_Carson) to discuss VAAI storage for virtualization. Chris writes The Storage Architect blog and consults on various IT-related topics, including virtualization and is based in the UK. Doug is a systems integrator based in the UK as well.
In this episode, host Rick Vanover (Twitter @RickVanover) welcomes Brian Knudtson (Twitter @knudtson) and Doug Carson (Twitter @Douglas_Carson) to discuss Brian’s VCAP experiences. Brian is a system integrator and blogger based in Nebraska and Doug is a system integrator based in the UK. Brian also takes some time to explain his experience with a regional [...]
In this episode, host Rick Vanover (Twitter @RickVanover) welcomes both Edward Haletky (Twitter @Texiwill) of The Virtualization Practice and security instructor and trainer Tim Pierson to talk about penetration testing with virtual backups. This is a follow-up discussion from a recent webinar by Rick Vanover on using vPower in some creative ways.
Both Tim and Edward [...]
In this episode, host Rick Vanover (Twitter @RickVanover) welcomes Noureddine Laoulichki of ETC Distribution in the Netherlands. Rick and Noureddine discuss the Dutch VMUG (VMware User Group), and the challenges of virtualization that both small and large organizations face. Additional conversation points include how Noureddine addresses disaster recovery challenges for his clients.
Noureddine is on the [...]
In this episode, host Rick Vanover (Twitter @RickVanover) welcomes Doug Carson (Twitter @Douglas_Carson) and Stan Brinkerhoff (Twitter @sirstan) to talk about time savings on virtualization platform topics such as clones and templates. Additional conversation points are raised about blade servers and their power savings as well as management capabilities.
Both Doug and Stan are in the hotseat for the "Three views from you" element of the podcast.
In this episode, Rick Vanover (Twitter @RickVanover) host with David Davis (Twitter @DavidMDavis) to talk about a number of VMware events and certification opportunities. David writes the VMwareVideos.com blog and also works for TrainSignal. TrainSignal is a provider of computer-based "Total Experience" training that gives individuals the tools and confidence to tackle real-world challenges, pass their certification exam and succeed in today’s competitive global IT market.
In this episode, Rick Vanover (on Twitter @RickVanover) is joined by technology critic Jason Perlow (on Twitter @JPerlow). Jason is the author of the Tech Broiler blog, writes a great personal food blog at Off The Broiler. Jason and Rick talk about free tools in virtualization and how they are a great way to round out an overall virtualization strategy.
In this episode, Rick Vanover (on Twitter @RickVanover) is joined by Erik Zandboer (on Twitter @ErikZandboer) from VMdamentals.com. Erik is a Netherlands-based blogger who recently did a number of comparative blog posts.
Welcome to the first episode of the Veeam Community Podcast! This episode features host Rick Vanover (on Twitter at @RickVanover) of Veeam Software and Kelly Culwell (on Twitter at @KCulw) of Interworks. During this episode, Rick and Kelly talk about a mix of virtualization in the field today, what it is like being a partner, an iced-over Atlanta and other aspects of the Americas Kickoff for Veeam.