Category Archives: VMworld 2015

VMworld 2015 – Day 4 Recap

The last day, and I barely made it out of bed. I definitely didn’t make it to the first train. Breakfast was at moscone, doughnuts and muffins. Yay. The special General Session was viewed from the Hang Space again. Today’s session was all about the brain. There was a talk on teaching computers to think… Read More »

VMworld 2015 – Day 3 Recap

A little late, but here nevertheless. Breakfast for today was a delicious Mel’s Diner skirt steak with eggs and a fresh squeezed OJ. Damn. So good. No keynote today so it was straight to a full day of sessions. First session of the day was INF6394-GD vSphere Lifecycle with Salil Suri and Brian Graf. The… Read More »

VMworld 2015 – Day 2 Recap

My son woke me up at 430pm, after three hours of sleep. I tried to go back to sleep but I couldn’t do it. Hence a I found myself back on the city by 645am. I started off the morning at a Sios breakfast at Hotel Zelos. The breakfast was way better than a Moscone… Read More »

VMworld 2015 Speaker Experience

I have written previously about my session being accepted, but now that I have presented I want to recap my experience being a speaker leading up to and during VMworld. Abstract Submission (Call for Papers) The abstract submission process was a whirlwind but fairly straight forward. I was invited to submit a customer lessons learned… Read More »

VMworld 2015 – Day 1 Recap

Day 1 started off a little slow but ended really well. I missed my Bart train and ended up getting into the city around 720. This wasn’t bad but I worried it was a sign. Breakfast for day 1 was croissants and fruit. A really light way to start the day. I went to a… Read More »

Countdown to VMworld: Two Weeks to Go

VMworld can’t come any sooner! Work has been intense due to an internal audit and I blow off steam by attempting to optimize my VMworld schedule. I thought I’d share my thoughts heading up to the conference and how I am planning my schedule. No Exams for Me I spent the past two VMworlds taking… Read More »

VMworld Session is a Go!

Last week I found out that my abstract has been accepted as an official session for VMworld in San Francisco! I original blogged about submitting an abstract here. The title is: STO4856 Designing for Mass Failover with Site Recovery Manager: Lessons Learned from a Customer Deployment Last year I was invited to take part in… Read More »