2022 Nutanix Technology Champion

Thank you Nutanix, NutanixNation, and fellow 2022 Nutanix Technology Champions for allowing me to be a part of your community for the fourth year in row. The theme for 2022 is Mastery! The goal is to reach new levels, and this can be accomplished through learning, practice, and contributions. The key in all of this is that in order to... Continue Reading →

VMworld 2021

VMworld 2021 will be hosted virtually this year so be sure to mark October 5-7, 2021 on your calendar and register ASAP! The conference agenda is packed and includes over 1,000 sessions across multiple tracks, access to experts in the VMware Demo Zone, and interactive hands-on lab simulations! This will serve as a great opportunity to... Continue Reading →

Nutanix .NEXT 2021

The .NEXT Conference will be hosted virtually in the Americas this year so be sure to mark September 20-22, 2021 on your calendar and register ASAP! The conference agenda is packed and you’re welcome to check it out here! Outside of the conference being hosted for FREE, there are numerous reasons to join. They include keynotes that will provide the... Continue Reading →

Cisco Champion 2021

I’d like to take a few moments and recognize those that helped make this happen for the 3rd year in a row. I am truly honored to be included as a Cisco Champion for 2021 and none of this is possible without Cisco, Lauren Friedman, Brett Shore, Tech Field Day, and fellow Cisco Champions. If you’re interested in learning more... Continue Reading →

How to Create a vApp in vSphere 7

The purpose of this blog post is to provide the guidance and the steps needed to create a VMware vApp in vSphere 7. A vApp consists of one or more virtual machines that communicate over a network and use resources and services in a deployed environment. A vApp can contain multiple virtual machines. To begin,... Continue Reading →

How to Create a VMware Datacenter

The purpose of this blog post is to provide the guidance and the steps needed to create a new VMware Datacenter. Log into your vSphere web client, right-click your vCenter Server name and then select New Datacenter. When prompted to do so, please provide a name for the new Datacenter. For this guide, I called... Continue Reading →

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