I am currently teaching a vRA 7 ICM course live online.
It’s a very interesting platform and a challenging course to teach, particularly online.
As an attempt to consolidate the material I have created some mindmaps for use in the course and in the field.
- vRA Mindmap – Summary of Roles
- vRA Mindmap – Install / Architecture thoughts
- vRA Mindmap – NSX integration
- vRA Mindmap – Extensibility
- vRA Mindmap – Reclamation
- vRA Mindmap – Blueprints
- vRA Mindmap – App Authoring
The complete mind map is also available here as one big file.
I was very happy to hear I was awarded the vExpert VSAN 2016 for my work in the community.
There were only around 30 people awarded so it was a nice surprise.
Thanks very much to all involved at VMware!
I had some great news this evening.
Corey Romero announced the list of vExpert NSX holders for 2016.
This is a sub group from the pool of existing vExperts specifically aiming at NSX content and evangelism.
I am very honoured to be one of the 115 people awarded.
My first VSAN 6.2 Practice test was well received, twitter made me smile last night with messages from several “Captain VSANs”
I have just added the second VSAN6.2 to the practice questions section.
I have been teaching a number of VSAN 6.2 ICM courses recently.
The technology is very interesting, and always results in lively debate in class.
With the new VMware v6 certifications out or just to be released, VSAN is definitely something we will have to know about to be certified.
Here is the first in my series of VSAN practice tests.