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Unexplored Territory

Duncan Epping, Frank Denneman, Johan van Amersfoort

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Welcome to the Unexplored Territory Podcast. A bi-weekly show hosted by Duncan Epping, Frank Denneman, and Johan van Amersfoort. Each episode will feature industry-leading experts to discuss current, and future, technology in-depth. The series will include topics such as public cloud, virtualization, cloud-native applications, Kubernetes, end-user computing, storage, business continuity, and important (VMware-based) emerging technologies.
 
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In episode number 8, we talk to Matt Coppinger, Director of Product Management at VMware, about Workspace ONE XR Hub, virtual reality, and augmented reality. Matt goes over the different types of devices, and explains how VMware enables enterprises to adopt AR/VR devices and applications. Make sure to follow Matt on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Mco…
 
In this seventh episode, we talk to Cormac Hogan, Chief Technologist in the Cloud Infrastructure Business Group at VMware, about Cloud-Native Apps. Cormac talks about the VMware cloud-native portfolio and zooms in on Tanzu specifically. Make sure to follow Cormac on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CormacJHogan. Also, make sure to bookmark his website:…
 
In this sixth episode, we talk to William Lam, Senior Staff Architect in the Cloud Infrastructure Business Group at VMware about event-driven automation. William explains what event-driven automation is, how customers are using it today, and why you should also consider trying out the VMware Event Broker Applience! (https://flings.vmware.com/vmware…
 
VMware Cloud on Dell EMC is a Local Cloud solution that combines the simplicity and agility of the public cloud with the security and control of on-premises infrastructure, delivered as-a-service and fully managed by VMware. Customers are freed from the burden of managing infrastructure, can accelerate application delivery, and maintain the appropr…
 
In this fifth episode, we talk to Luke Wignall, Director of Technical Product Marketing at NVIDIA, about some of the announcements made during the NVIDIA GTC Conference. Luke discusses NVIDIA Launchpad, AI Enterprise, and of course, we touch on DPUs aka SmartNICs. Make sure to follow Luke on Twitter (https://twitter.com/lwignall), or connect to him…
 
In this fourth episode, we talk to Cody Hosterman, Director of Product Management at Pure Storage, about Virtual Volumes and Storage Policy-Based Management. Cody discusses the past, present, and future of vVols and has a nice announcement for us when it comes to vVols features. Make sure to follow Cody on Twitter: https://twitter.com/codyhosterman…
 
In this third episode, we talk to Shawn Bass, CTO for End-User Computing at VMware, about all the different aspects of End-User Computing. Needless to say, Zero Trust was mentioned a few times, but of course, Shawn also expanded on where he feels the industry is heading towards! Make sure to follow Shawn on Twitter: https://twitter.com/shawnbass. I…
 
This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome Jatin Purohit to give us an ESXi System Storage overview and discuss the changes between versions. Enjoy! Links Mentioned ESXi System Storage Changes ESXi System Storage While Upgrading ESXi System Storage FAQs ESXi 7 Storage Requirements ESXi 7 System Storage warnings – VMware KB Article 85615…
 
In the second episode, we talk to Sazzala Reddy about how you can use the VMware Cloud DR service to recover from a ransomware attack. Sazzala also gives insights into what he feels is key for a startup to succeed. Make sure to follow Sazzala on twitter (https://twitter.com/sazzala) and read his blog post on the VCDR filesystem: https://bit.ly/3CiQ…
 
In this very first episode of the Unexplored Territory Podcast we have the pleasure to speak with VMware's new CTO, Kit Colbert. Kit talks about how he started as an intern and managed to find his way through the company and ultimately become the CTO. We also discuss various projects that were introduced at VMworld like Project Monterey, Project Ca…
 
Last year at VMworld, VMware announced it was embarking on a hardware architecture rethinking to support modern apps running on VMware Cloud Foundation and called it Project Monterey. This year at VMworld there are several key updates to Project Monterey. On this episode of the Virtually Speaking Podcast, Pete and John welcome Niels Hagoort to shar…
 
Day 2 of VMworld 2021 was filled with more announcements and lots of interaction on the VMworld slack channel. On this Virtually Speaking Podcast vChat episode, Pete and John welcome Frank Denneman to discuss NUMA, Machine Learning, Project Monterey and share some session recommendations you'll want to look out for. Read more…
 
This week at VMworld 2021 VMware announced Project Arctic and Project Cascade. Together these projects will address the needs of two distinct groups in a multi-cloud world: Project Arctic will address the needs of IT operators who need to deliver enterprise IT resources, and Project Cascade will address the needs of developers and DevOps profession…
 
Day 1 of VMworld was filled with announcements and lots of interaction on the VMworld slack channel. On this vChat episode, Pete and John welcome Duncan Epping to share his thoughts on the announcements, share some session recommendations as well as information on a new project he is working on that you won't want to miss. Read more…
 
Want to know what to expect of the Unexplored Territory Podcast? This brand new podcast by Frank Denneman, Duncan Epping, and Johan van Amersfoort will feature industry experts to discuss topics like public cloud, virtualization, Kubernetes, and much more. We hope you will subscribe and enjoy this short teaser. Our very first episode will be out so…
 
HCI Mesh is a unique, software-based approach for disaggregation of compute and storage resources. HCI Mesh brings together multiple independent vSAN clusters for a native, cross-cluster architecture that disaggregates resources and enables the utilization of stranded capacity. Simply, vSAN allows one or more vSAN clusters to remotely mount datasto…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Taboola’s Ariel Pisetzky joins host Jake Smith to talk about using artificial intelligence (AI) for personalized content recommendations at massive scale, reaching up to 4 billion web pages a day. Ariel discusses why Taboola runs their services on their own on-prem infrastructure of over 10,00…
 
Last month, VMware's board of directors named Raghu Raghuram as its new CEO. Raghu has been with VMware since 2003 overseeing ESX and vSphere and has extensive knowledge about VMware products, innovation, and culture. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome the new VMware CEO to discuss his plans to make VMware the leader in multi-cl…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Intel’s Matt Langman and Irma Esmer join host Jake Smith to talk about the launch of 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors, codename: Ice Lake. Matt talks about gen over gen performance improvements, increased memory capabilities, and advanced security features. Irma talks about the new core …
 
Increasingly, employees and students reply on streamed applications rather than having apps run directly from their computer’s hard drive. In this video animation, learn how end user computing, a catch-all phrase, is changing as technologies like desktop as a service (DaaS) and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) stream experiences from the cloud …
 
To meet the relentless demand for digital services, data centers will need to become decentralized and more autonomous, according to Ray Wang. He’s the Founder, Chairman and Principal Analyst of Silicon Valley-based Constellation Research Inc., a research and advisory firm which studies disruptive business and exponential technology trends. In this…
 
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