Yes I did it!!! Did what you might wonder? I passed the VCAP DCV Deploy exam! After passing the VCP-DCV exam in the beginning of 2018. I decided to try my luck with CMA as I’m really impressed with automation. Even though this meant I wouldn’t specialize solely on DCV, automation intrigued me enough to […]
It was my second VMworld and the first one with ITQ. And because we attended VMworld with almost 40 people, we flew in different groups. My group arrived Sunday late afternoon. And as VMworld was on our way to the apartments, we stopped at VMworld to get our badges an already score some swag. ITQ had organized […]
The final part of my series about decoding my VMworld agenda is about NSX-T. I have some hands-on experience with NSX-V, but haven’t had the opportunity to play around with NSX-T. I picked three sessions about NSX-T, with the main goal of getting to know NSX-T a bit better. Also I hope to pick up […]
The second blog series of decoding my vmworld agenda is about vSAN. As for the topics I pick every year to focus on vSAN is one of those topics. So I will be attending these 5 sessions: vSAN Operations [HCI1997TE] Deconstructing vSAN: A Deep Dive into the Internals of vSAN [HCI1342BE] Achieving Enterprise Comfort with […]
If you find yourself in a situation where nobody knows what the administrator password is for the vCenter Server Appliance, this guide should help you get back in control. The problem: no password vault manager The solution: in 10 steps we can take back control. First you need to figure out on which ESXi host […]
Just got back from ITQ transform. So just a quick update. It was an interesting day with a well balanced agenda. I got to know a little more about “koeberneetes” (I know that’s not the correct spelling). Spencer Pitts vision on Workspace One was enlightening. It’s not just about any device anywhere. It’s much more […]
I’ve just uploaded my first page! 😊 What better way then to start with an introduction. Read all about it here.