Best Vsphere podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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The Virtually Speaking Podcast is a weekly technical podcast dedicated to discussing VMware topics related to storage and availability. Each week Pete Flecha and John Nicholson bring in various subject matter experts from VMware and within the industry to discuss their respective areas of expertise.
 
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For the first time, VMware Cloud Foundation is becoming available on Dell EMC’s market hyper-converged VxRail solution beginning in April. The new offering gives customers the industry’s first jointly engineered, hybrid cloud infrastructure stack integrated with VMware’s architecture. read more
 
Every datacenter admin has a story. A time in their career when some form of disaster occurred. This week we grab real stories from real admins of their "fire, flood or blood" story, and the lessons learned. read more
 
This week, Martin leads the conversation as Chris discusses the vendors presenting at the recent Storage Field Day 18 event. SFD18 is part of the Tech Field Day series delivered by Stephen Foskett and GestaltIT. We last spoke with Stephen in April 2018 – an episode on why storage isn’t boring. Although there’s no official theme for SFD events, ...…
 
This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we walk through the Top 10 Tools that VMware admins are using. read more
 
This week, Chris talks to Vince Westin, Technical Evangelist within the PowerMax Group at Dell EMC. PowerMax is the latest in a storage product line with lineage back to the original Symmetrix systems of the early 1990s. PowerMax is an all-NVMe storage array, reflecting an industry move towards faster, low latency media. Vince takes us through ...…
 
This week VMware published its fourth-quarter financials, beating market expectations and announcing record annual revenue for fiscal 2019. Since a big part of this success is attributed to the steady growth of vSAN, we thought it was time for a State of vSAN episode. This week we welcome back VP of Products, Lee Caswell and vSAN SE Manager Jam ...…
 
This episode was recorded while Chris was in Silicon Valley for Storage Field Day 18. Although not part of the event, Chris took time to catch up with Pavilion Data. in particular Jeff Sosa, VP Product Management and Walt Hinton, Head of Corporate and Product Marketing. Both Jeff and Walt have a long history in the storage industry, including c ...…
 
This week Chris and Martin talk to Nigel Tozer, Solutions Marketing Director for EMEA at Commvault. Nigel was a guest about 12 months ago and on that episode he talked about GDPR. This time the discussion is about ransomware and what businesses can do about it. The challenges of protecting data from theft or extortion are greater than ever. So, ...…
 
This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast invited vSAN expert Jeff Hunter to walk through the various vSphere settings and how they pertain to vSAN Watch the video Episode Timeline 1:43 Welcome Jeff Hunter 3:23 vSphere Settings 4:05 vSphere Availability 6:40 Data objects on ESXi Hosts 11:09 Host Isolation 15:37 HA Heartbeat datastores 18:20 A ...…
 
In this episode, Chris and Martin talk to Simon Zola from Avtel Data Destruction. This is a follow-up episode to #85 (Storage for Home and Homelabs) where Martin and Chris questioned the ease of recovering data from pre-owned storage media. As we find out, the process was pretty easy. Martin was able to recover significant amounts of personal d ...…
 
This week, Chris and Martin talk to Eran Brown, CTO in EMEA for INFINIDAT. As we move to a more distributed world, implementing data security becomes ever more challenging. Eran explains the issues and how his customers are looking to solve the problem. One of the initial choices is to decide exactly where to encrypt. We’re familiar with drive- ...…
 
This week Chris and Martin discuss the subject of storage for home and homelabs. With so much content being personally generated these days, is it better to store data on local hardware or use the public cloud? It turns out that many of the home storage devices we’re familiar with are pushing more to SMB and enterprise-class features. Alternati ...…
 
This one is only for the subscribers. I've got a bunch of vSAN 6.7 U1 eBooks to give away as a thanks for subscribing. Listen to find out how to win.
 
This week, Chris and Martin talk to Jonathan Hinkle, Principal Researcher – System Architecture and Master Inventor at Lenovo. As solid-state storage and NVMe become more prevalent, the legacy 2.5″ HDD format is increasingly impractical for getting the best density, power and cooling in servers. Jonathan explains how his work led to the foundin ...…
 
This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome VMware's Glenn Sizemore to walk us through the details of Elastic vSAN. read more
 
This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome Veeam Global Technologists Anthony Spiteri and Michael Cade to walk us through this mammoth of a release and what it means to VMware environments. read more
 
This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome VMware ARM Teach Lead, Andrei Warkentin and William Lam to discuss the details of ESXi on ARM and the various use-cases. read more
 
On this week’s podcast, recorded live at NetApp Insight 2018, Chris talks to Greg Knieriemen and Rob McDonald about the introduction of Memory Accelerated Data, commonly called MAX Data. The MAX Data solution is a software product that implements a local file system on a server using local persistent memory such as Intel Optane. Of course, this ...…
 
The idea of this episode was to put some structure around a set of enterprise storage predictions for 2019. As you will hear from the dialog, that’s not quite what we achieved! However, Chris Evans, Chris Mellor and Martin Glassborow do raise some interesting points on the direction of the industry in 2019. The conversation starts with a look a ...…
 
Happy New Year! This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome the authors of the vSAN 6.7 U1 Deep Dive to share their experiences as technical authors and details around this new book that is an invaluable resource to all VMware administrators. read more.
 
This week Chris and Martin talk about the evolution from storage management to data management. This follows from recent vendor events where data management featured highly, but still seemed to focus on infrastructure products. Is there a definition that can bridge the gap – something like Data Asset Management? The team start by trying to get ...…
 
Happy New Year! As we bring 2018 to a close, we thought we would have a little fun. On this 100th episode, we welcome Juan Sanchez, Paul Wynne, and Al Rasheed to share some closing thoughts on 2018, the tech community and they also get to compete for some fancy vSpeaking Swag. Enjoy!
 
In this podcast recorded at NetApp Insight 2018, Chris talks to Santosh Rao, Senior Technical Director at NetApp. Santosh leads NetApp’s AI and Data Engineering efforts and has a 10-year history at the company, working on initiatives including Clustered ONTAP. This conversation covers how NetApp is developing an Edge-to-Core-to-Cloud strategy t ...…
 
This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we had a little vMashup fun with our friends from the OpenTechCast: Alex, Amit, Gareth, Ather and Kev Johnson. Enjoy!
 
This week Chris and Martin talk to Steve Hanna, Senior Product Manager for Enterprise SSDs at Micron. Steve looks after the 5210 ION QLC SSD product line, which was introduced earlier this year. As an evolution of existing flash technology, QLC offers greater capacities at lower cost. But what are the issues? The conversation covers how QLC has ...…
 
If there was any question about VMware's commitment to the Kubernetes framework, the recent aquisition of Heptio is the answer. read more
 
Last week Chris attended NetApp Insight in Barcelona and had a chance to chat to Greg Knieriemen, Chief Technologist in the Storage Systems & Software business at NetApp. Greg was formerly at Hitachi Vantara where he held a similar role. This conversation touches on Greg’s reasons for choosing NetApp and exactly what he will be focusing on with ...…
 
Numerous customers rely on vSAN to power business critical applications (BCAs) today; in fact, it is the top use case, with almost two-thirds of customers running BCAs on vSAN. read more
 
This week HPE announced Performance Insights, an extension to the InfoSight platform that provides storage customers with greater detail on their 3PAR array storage performance. Performance Insights takes the knowledge of years of HPE 3PAR data and combines it with genuine machine learning and AI to give HPE 3PAR customers actionable insights o ...…
 
In this week’s podcast, Chris and Martin talk to Mark Jones from the Fibre Channel Industry Association. This recording is an introduction to running NVMe over Fibre Channel, setting the scene on how Fibre Channel has evolved and will continue to be a storage protocol for many years. Fibre Channel reached an important milestone in 2018. It’s be ...…
 
If you've ever deployed or even considered deploying Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), chances are you 've read a blog, watched a video, heard a podcast or seen a session with at least one of our guests. That's right, this week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast, it's the Year of VDI. read more
 
Data volumes have always increased over time as we store more information with the hope that one day some of it will be useful. Even 30 years ago on the mainframe, Information Lifecycle Management or ILM was a thing with tools like DFHSM used to move content around between disk and tape. This week Martin, Chris Evans and Chris Mellor talk about ...…
 
The Virtually Speaking Podcast crew is headed to Barcelona to learn, network, inspire and be inspired. read more
 
Most people probably don’t think about the protocol that connects their storage device to a PC or server. However, NVMe has changed that and become one of the storage buzzwords of 2018. But what about existing devices not using NVMe? SAS or Serial Attached SCSI has been a mainstay of storage connectivity for 20 years. With 12Gb/s throughput, SA ...…
 
This week, Chris and Martin talk to Subbiah Sundaram, VP of Products at HYCU, Inc. HYCU is both the name of the company and the data protection product sold by HYCU Inc. The market already has many data protection solutions, so the unique differentiator for HYCU is focusing on the HCI market, specifically offering backup for Nutanix (both ESXi ...…
 
One of the many announcements made at VMworld 2018 was VMware's acquisition of CloudHealth Technologies, the cloud operations platform of choice for the industry. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we had the opportunity to chat with founder and CTO Joe Kinsella. read more
 
This is the fourth and final podcast of four recorded at Hitachi NEXT 2018 in San Diego. Previous episodes are listed below. This conversation between Chris and Shawn Rosemarin, SVP and CTO of Global Field and Industry at Hitachi Vantara discusses how customer’s approach to managing their data has changed and how Hitachi will continue to evolve ...…
 
This week we dig into the vSpeaking vault and share an interview that john captured while in the land down under filled with snakes and poisonous things! We discuss why Australia is so virtualized,and also where the snark behind TheRegister's APAC editor comes from. read more
 
With over 200 local groups and 125,000 members worldwide, VMUG is one of the best ways to learn, share and network with other members of the IT Community. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome some VMUG veteran speakers Tim Davis and Kyle Ruddy to share their VMUG experiences. read more…
 
One of my favorite parts about attending VMworld is hearing from customers and partners on how they’re using VMware to simplify data center operations and management and solve real-world problems. This episode of the Virtually Speaking Podcast is a collection of vSAN Conversations captured at VMworld 2018. read more…
 
VMware vSAN 6.7 U1 makes it even easier to adopt HCI and build a Digital Foundation. Key areas where vSAN 6.7 U1 provides additional benefits include the simplification of day one and two operations, lowering the total cost of ownership with more efficient infrastructure, and even more rapid support and resolution with ReadyCare. This week on t ...…
 
VMworld 2018 US is a wrap. What a week it has been. From the announcements to great sessions, networking, and for the Virtually Speaking Podcast crew, lots of great conversations. There is no possible way to recap everything that happened this past week in one episode but we tried our best to cram in a few of the highlights. One thing is certai ...…
 
If you're at VMworld 2018 in Las Vegas, come say hi to John and Pete in the HCI Zone. Also be sure to tweet a show reference to #VMworld and #vSpeakingPodcast for a chance to win a nice pair of vSpeaking Beats by Dre. Good luck and hope to see you soon! Bye for now. The Virtually Speaking Podcast The Virtually Speaking Podcast is a weekly techn ...…
 
VMworld 2018 is upon us. IT professionals from around the world are getting ready to converge in Las Vegas for five days of innovation, learning, networking and connecting with the community. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome Duncan Epping back to preview VMworld and share tips and suggestions to get the most out of your VM ...…
 
Containers have changed the way applications are packaged and deployed. Not only are they efficient from an infrastructure utilization perspective, but they also provide strong isolation between processes on the same host. While registering for VMworld I came across a lot of sessions around Kubernetes (and cloud-native apps in general) so I tho ...…
 
This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome VMware GSS Escalation Engineer, Broc Yanda to walk us through the top networking issues seen from VMware Global Support Services and what you can do to troubleshoot or even prevent these issues. Links Mentioned Training Video VMware vSphere Networking | Pluralsight Training Video VMware vSp ...…
 
Last year at VMworld, Pivotal, in collaboration with VMware and Google announced the launch of Pivotal Container Service™ (PKS) A few months back they announced the launch of their initial public offering of 37,000,000 shares of its Class A common stock and recently announced PKS 1.1 is generally available. This week on the Virtually Speaking P ...…
 
Technical writing is writing done for the purpose of educating, informing or directing someone on how to do something. You can find information on VMware technology on official sites like StorageHub, VirtualBlocks, or docs.vmware.com, or you can read the 100+ personal blogs. In addition, there are many publications covering the various VMware t ...…
 
The digital revolution is upon us. It’s a revolution that impacts every company in every industry. As companies look to begin their digital transformation journey this presents challenges to traditional backup infrastructure. Clearly, there’s a need for new strategies. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome IBM's Narayan Kumar t ...…
 
Seven technology leaders, all in one place. Dell, Dell EMC, Pivotal, RSA, SecureWorks, Virtustream and of course VMware. With a line up like that its no wonder Dell Technologies is among Fortune's most admired companies. A few weeks back we had the opportunity to sit down with the founder and CEO of Dell Technologies Michael Dell to hear his th ...…
 
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