Podcast: vBrownbags, vForums and VMware vTraining with Alastair Cooke

November 19, 2012 – 2:31 pm

Now also available via Gregs StorageIO Podcast on Apple iTunes

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In this episode, we go virtual, both with the topic (virtualization) and communicating around the world via Skype. My guest is Alastair Cooke (@DemitasseNZ) who joins me from New Zealand to talk about VMware education, training and social networking. Some of the topics that we cover include vForums, vBrownbags, VMware VCDX certification, VDI, Autolab, Professional vBrownbag tech talks, coffee and more. If you are into server virtualization or virtual desktop infrastructures (VDI), or need to learn more, Alastair talks about some great resources. Check out Alastairs site www.demitasse.co.nz for more information about the AutoLab, VMware training and education, along with the vBrownbag podcasts that are also available on iTunes as well as the APAC Virtualisation podcasts.

Click here (right-click to download MP3 file) or on the microphone image to listen to the conversation with Alastair and myself.

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Enjoy this episode vBrownbags, vForums and VMware vTraining with Alastair Cooke.

Ok, nuff said.

Cheers gs

Greg Schulz – Author Cloud and Virtual Data Storage Networking (CRC Press, 2011), The Green and Virtual Data Center (CRC Press, 2009), and Resilient Storage Networks (Elsevier, 2004)

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