I attended my first Interop last week and I was surprised by the conference in comparison to a vendor specific conference such VMworld. http://media.blubrry.com/virtualizedgeek/p/www.virtualizedgeek.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/TechTalk-5-Interop-compared-to-VMworld.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS
I while back I talked to VMware’s Martin Casado about their Goldilocks Zone concept within the VMware hypervisor. The ability to implement security concepts such as micro-segmentation with your virtual infrastructure is a great example of this Goldilocks concept. However,
Without even debating, I again found myself on the losing end of an argument with VMware’s Martin Casado. In our first conversation over a year ago, he explained to me why network virtualization and specifically NSX, which hadn’t been released
As I’m on my 4 1/2 hour flight to San Francisco for VMworld 2014, I’m reflecting on what I expect to see at this years conference. Last year was my first VMworld and I made the rookie mistake of scheduling
A hilarious conversation talking with my wife about VMworld 2014. She’s focused on Spousetivities opposed to learning more about micro segmentation. However, if you would like to learn more about SDN, SDDC and Software Defined Storage register for VMworld
Prior to VMware purchasing Nicira, the company was one of a handful of SDN players on the market. You could argue that they weren’t even the most mature product on the market at the time. Take for example companies such
VMworld 2013 was all about NSX, VMware’s network virtualization play. VMware has bet big on NSX and I talked to their customers and partners. Hear what they had to say and what I think.
Presenter: Scott Carlson, PayPal This post is Sponsored by – My Linked Profile I’ve been really excited about this session because of all of the fuss caused by the miss-announced release that Paypal was abandoning VMware for OpenStack. Scott is a Sr.
Speaker: Martin Casado (VMware Networking CTO) This post is Sponsored by – My Linked Profile Martin started out pretty well, talking about the value proposition of NSX. I asked the question earlier how does NSX bring value to the enterprise. The
Rick Scherer (EMC) Duncan Epping (VMware), William Lam (VMware), Scotte Lowe (VMware), Vaughn Steward (NetApp) First Question was the positioning NSX from the two operational teams. Basically, if the relationship between the server team and networking team is already strained