Yesterday, I defended Dell EMC Certification Master – Enterprise Architect (DECM-EA) for the second time and passed. This post has my recommendations to be successful, visit this link for the DECM-EA program overview.
The Nutanix Test Drive environment has been revamped with a new look and feel. Gone is the Community Edition running on Ravello, it now uses the latest version of AOS and runs on GCP. There is also a helpful interactive storyboard that takes you through the Prism UI, which is
This post is applicable to customers using the VMware vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA) 6.7. Update: This KB indicates VMware Engineering is aware of the issue and has been fixed. The workaround detailed below may not be supported, so implement it at your own risk. Problem: vCenter Server Appliance 6.7 deployed
This week, Nutanix .NEXT EU 2018 is being held in London. There are six announcements of note: Nutanix Xtract announcements: Xtract 2.0 GA Targeted for FY Q2 Support for AWS as a source Performance enhancements to reduce migration time Installation & Upgrade improvements for 1-click experience AWS to AHV Customer
When defending VCDX is it easy to let your ego take control and force you to defend a bad idea. This post explains how to recognize that and recover from it.
There are levels to this game. There is a significant amount of effort that goes into achieving your first VCDX, but I would argue that the level of effort and skill required for multi-VCDX is significantly more than the first. In addition, the amount of time for multi-VCDX is approximately
If you fail your first VCDX panel defense (in-person), you will be given the option of a VCDX Remote Defense if you resubmit. The same is true for Multi-VCDX. This was added to the VCDX program to reduce the travel expenses for VCDX candidates and to provide a more flexible