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.Subscribe via RSS Subscribe via iTunes
In this episode, Rick Vanover (@RickVanover) hosts Kevin O'Brien (@TestLabNut) from Storage Review. Storage Review is a great resource for information about hard drives, storage systems and more. Rick and Kevin discuss some interesting equipment in the lab currently and some tips for managing rack equipment that has a lot of systems that come and go. Below is the "Cartwheel" approach to storage network cabling discussed by Kevin:
In this episode, Rick Vanover (Twitter @RickVanover) finds time for a chat with Eric Wright (Twitter @discoposse). Eric blogs at Discoposse.com and is an avid community member for many projects. Rick and Eric discuss a few cool projects, including a presentation he gave at the AWS Summit in Toronto around Open-source Infrastructure-as-Code with Terraform and AWS. The content is compelling! Additionally, Eric summarized a recent milestone with Virtual Design Master.
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Kelly Gollsby. Kelly holds a leadership role at Liquid Web and is based in the US. Rick and Kelly talk about what transpired at VMworld, including Rick *not* attending and Kelly attending for the first time in a while. Rick and Kelly also discussed how VMworld sessions are up for replay already (impressive)!
In this episode, Rick Vanover (On Twitter at @RickVanover) hosts Alexander Solaat Rødland (on Twitter at: @AlexSolaat). Alex is a Microsoft MVP and is based in Norway. Rick and Alex discuss what it takes to operate a big event like VeeamON as well as the need for portability of data, cloud considerations and more. Alex also posted this content on his blog here: https://solaat.no/2019/05/get-my-slides-from-veeamon-miami/
In this episode Rick Vanover hosts Daniel Francis-Lyon. Daniel works for QNAP and advises partners and customers on how to configure storage systems for various needs. Rick and Daniel discuss a recent paper from Storage Review (Twitter @StorageReview) that showcases backup and recovery with Veeam and QNAP. Additionally discussed is QNAP's SSD over-provisioning technology. You can find more information about QNAP on Twitter and on Facebook.
In this episode, Rick Vanover (Twitter @RickVanover) hosts Andrew Kozma (Twitter @K0Z1CAN) and Eric Conrad (Twitter @eric_conrad) from the Atlantic Security Conference. Eric and Andrew share some practical security tips as well as insight to a strong community event focused on security being accessible in the Canadian Maritimes. Andrew has a blog site at: https://www.infosec-samurai.com/ and Eric at: https://www.ericconrad.com/.
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Jason Perlow. Rick and Jason discuss the developments around tablet, phone and smart watch technology. Jason has a story around how a smart watch had effectively saved Jason's life. The discussion revolves around devices, strategy but also the aspects around machine learning with some of this data and more!
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Allan Hirt. Allan is a managing partner at SQLHA. Allan is based outside of Boston and is a dual Microsoft MVP, VMware vExpert, SQL Server and HA/DR expert. He is a practicing consultant for all things related to data availability. Allan and Rick discuss one of the most consistent issues regarding database backups: giving them the *right* type of RPO and RTO, and the right tool(s) to do that.
In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Jason Perlow. Jason is a blogger at the Tech Broiler blog and is keen to discuss with Rick a review of 2017 and look into 2018. Jason shares his perspective on the cloud and how organizations are using it with specific emphasis on disaster recovery. Into 2018, Rick and Jason discuss how new application models, IoT and more are becoming a priority for organizations of all types.