Later this year, I’ll be taking the Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) Data Center Lab Exam. As I study the exam blueprint, I’ll be posting about some of the items that I am studying. The first of these posts is about DHCP Snooping on Nexus 1000V. Continue reading “Cisco Nexus 1000V Security: DHCP Snooping”
It is great being part of the VMware User Community! Not only are VMware’s users a smart bunch, but they are also dedicated to giving back to the community and to helping out the new users who are just getting up-to-speed. ProfessionalVMware.com’s vBrownBags are a prime example of such community activity. Continue reading “The #vBrownBag Presenter Spotlight”
I recently read a great and thorough Vblock Review from Gareth Lloyd at IT Central Station. My blog is by no means an official VCE Social Media outlet. However, in case any VCE customers are interested, I discuss some of the points that I disagreed with below.
DISCLAIMER: I am a VCE Employee… Continue reading “VCE Vblock Review Response”
2012 was a great year for me. I started a great gig at VCE. I moved to sunny Silicon Valley, and I got more serious about VMTrooper.com. After the blog languished with sparse postings in 2010-2011, I dedicated myself to multiple postings per month. Continue reading “Thank You for Your Votes!”