VMware vExpert 2019 announcements are out. Yet again I am proud to share that I have been awarded vExpert title. I am extremely proud and happy. 2018 was a tough Year for me and I didn’t do everything I wanted in terms of blogging.
Are you VMware certified? Are you in the need of recertification? If the answer to both of those questions is yes, then I have a piece of very good news for you.
Vembu BDR 4.0 has been released quite recently and their slogan is
No More Backup Complexities
I like it 🙂
Altaro released a new version of their flagship product: Altaro VM Backup version 8.
As New Year approached us some cool new stuff comes with it as well. Today, VMware announced that vExpert 2019 applications are open.
Phew, what a Year. So many changes in my professional career, many new blog post released and so much fun with VMware community.
Hello, VMware fans!
VMworld EU 2018 is past us. Again VMware recorded all sessions and allows us watching videos on their website. In this post, you will find out how to download VMworld 2018 EU sessions.
Two days ago VMware announced a Sub-Program called vExpert PRO. I was selected as the “local” vExpert PRO from Poland.
What is the vExpert PRO program?
vExpert PRO is a program which is focused on recruiting, mentoring and support a new vExperts from each particular region.
I recently had to rebuild homelab due to the SSD disk failure. I had backups but the initial setup wasn’t optimal. I decided to rebuild it from scratch.
Quite a neat feature of modern backup solutions is a possibility to send “offsite” backup copies to the cloud. Many Public Cloud providers offer very affordable storage solutions. In this post, we will send VMware backups to the cloud using Altaro Offsite Copies to an Azure Cloud Storage. Altaro offers this option using Microsoft Azure Cloud.