TinkerTry.com featured on VMware.com - vSphere 6.0 vExpert Blog Articles Covering What's New, Installation, VVOLS, vMotion, Web Client and much much more
I'm very happy to announce that TinkerTry is featured in VMware vExpert Corey Romero's @vCommunityGuy launch masterpiece. This list of vExperts ready for launch day is pretty amazing, and I'm glad to have been a part of it! Here's the article
vSphere 6.0 vExpert Blog Articles Covering What's New, Installation, VVOLS, vMotion, Web Client and much much more
here's an excerpt:
Today we announced vSphere 6.0 and the vExpert community has some excellent insight into what this release is about. The articles below are written by VMware vExperts who are the best IT professionals in virtualization.
Paul Braren - "TinkerTry IT @ home" Founder and IT Professional Paul Braren actually enjoys the bleeding edge of technology, residing happily at the forefront throughout his multi-decade IT career. Paul has done many years of customer trainings and virtualization implementations. He's always been tinkering, but most recently, he's been honing his photography, videography, and writing skills, with over 500 in-depth articles and over 300 how-to videos at TinkerTry.com.
- Getting my mitts on the vSphere 6 bits including ESXi and vCSA, already enhancing my home lab - It's been a long wait for vSphere 6.0, and in the home lab, that likely means ESXi 6.0 coupled with VCSA 6.0. The question for IT Pros/home lab enthusiasts: will my efficient/affordable/unsupported equipment still work with this major new release? Wait no more, catch a good glimpse of all that vSphere 6.0 goodness coming soon to your our home lab.
- Sneak Preview - Build your own vSphere 6 home datacenter in about an hour - Today, the day vSphere 6 is announced, I'm already ready to show you exactly how I just re-built my home lab today, in about an hour... stick with hard-coded IPs, SSO auto-configuration in the vCSA appliance now works very nicely. The video is now available, exclusively at TinkerTry!
- What about vTagion's Brian Graf? He doesn't count, he's with VMware ;-)