EDIT [8/9/19]: See https://blogs.vmware.com/euc/2019/08/vmworld-workspace-one.html for ‘Can’t Miss’ sessions to register for! It’s that time of year again; #VMworld 2019 is less than 3 weeks away, but the content catalog is live for you to book your conference schedule. A few sessions you might be interested in checking out: Workspace ONE and Azure AD Integration: Deep Dive from the Trenches [DEE2023BU] – Ryan Costello and I will dive deep on how to deliver a rich end-user experience with your investments in Workspace ONE and Azure AD/Office 365. This is 300 level configuration with live demos, so bring your tablets and notebooks! If you’re a fan of my recent post on the WS1 UEM SCIM Adapter fling, come checkout Joe and I give a LIVE DEMO in the Solution Exchange on Wednesday from 10:00AM-12:30PM PST, booth #949. Look for the “Innovation Accelerating Transformation” headline above the kiosks. Sneak peek! Stay tuned here for information on an additional session not yet posted. Session #1 is almost full, so hurry and schedule today! Look forward to seeing you in San Francisco!
Preamble The time has finally come for an inaugural VP blog post, and what better way to kick this off than covering the #homelab? This quintessential tool has been the topic of many conversations (go checkout thevpad.com if that isn’t already obvious) and is, in my opinion, table stakes to a successful career in this industry. I started out with a humble 2 node ROBO vSAN cluster on whitebox chassis. Growing pains led me to what I have today, but rest assured that everyone has a starting point and there’s no shame in that fact. Consider yourself “ahead of the crowd” just by taking the first step; initiative and persistence are key to mastering this industry. Some believe that this tool should be subsidized; I fundamentally disagree. Your career requires constant maintenance and investment in order to provide fruits of your labor. If you have arrived at this post, I assume you concur. Enough of the opinion column, let’s jump into the real reason why you are. Overview Covering the #homelab build in one post isn’t going to cut it. […]