Denne gang var jeg med i podcastet der, efter nogle tekniske problemer, blev optaget hos Arrow ECS. I dette podcast, deltog fra Arrow Blogger Board, Frank Brix fra Cohesity, Rasmus Haslund fra Veeam, Michael Ryom fra Proact, Kim Tholstorf fra VMware, og jeg selv. Karina Søndergaard fra Arrow og Liselotte Foverskov var også med til at fascilitere dette podcast.
Denne gang handlede ligesom sidste podcast om VMworld, men denne gang om de announcement der var under VMworld, både i Las Vegas og i Barcelona. Vi kom også rundt om vores oplevelser og forventninger vi havde haft til VMworld, og hvordan de var blevet indfriet.
Hør Podcastet her:
So after arriving in the chaotically city of Las Vegas late Friday, I went to get registered today and got my official VMworld bag and complementary T-Shirt. Which leads to the first T-shirt review of VMworld 2017
The official T-shirt is again this an all black cotton shirt from Port Company, it features a nice and subtle VMworld 2017 logo at the front and a nice faded circuit board print on the back.
I would wish VMware would do the golf polos for the official shirt, as they hold shape and print so much better than these cotton ones
Score is 8 out of 10.
So the time has arrived where I can unveil what I’ll be doing next. After Seven years at the Central Bank of Denmark, I’ve been offered the position as Platform Owner Hypervisor & Chief IT Infrastructure Specialist at Nordea Bank. They have one of the nordic’s biggest VMware farms, where I will be responsible for the strategy for the hypervisor platform in the Bank.
It’s not that easy leaving a job you really liked, but opportunities like this don’t come around that often. And I must say it’s the first time ever I’ve seen a job posting that should have started with “Dear Terkel…”
So June 1.st I’ll have to remember to travel 1 stop longer with the Metro in Copenhagen to take me to The Nordea Headquarters just across the water from the Central Bank.
I can honestly say that I’m really excited about the challenges ahead.
My very first Sponsor has arrived, and that even without me asking for it. Veeam contacted me on facebook to sponsor my blog, and I must say I’m very happy with it. It will pay for me WordPress hosting for my Blog. So Thank you Veeam
Again this year, Pluralsight has stepped up to the plate and swung a home run. All vExperts of 2016 will get 1 year of free access to all their training videos.
These include alot of vSphere 6 courses, both Datacenter, view and Cloud videos. They have well known people like David Davis, Greg Shields and Chris Wahl, just to name a few, to do their training courses.
I my eyes very useful resource that I actually payed for before becoming a vExpert.
So thank you Pluralsight