Introducing PowerVKE

At this years VMworld Europe Hackathon, I was a part of Team #PowerVKE, founding members: Chris Porter (@uprightvinyl) (Team Leader) Christopher Lewis (@thecloudxpert) Dave Simpson (@bfd_diplomacy) Stephen Hackers (@StephenHackers) Tony Cota (@VMXBandit) Colin Westwater (@cwestwater) Dominik Zorgnotti (@DominikZ) PowerVKE is a PowerShell module that can be used to connect to VMware’s Kubernetes Engine (VKE).  This…

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VMworld 2018 Europe – The Series

This year I was lucky enough to be given a #vExpert blogger pass to the VMworld 2018 Europe event in Barcelona.  This will be my third year in a row! #AchievementUnlocked #vExpert #Blogger #VMworld2018 pic.twitter.com/4ry8Mog0yj — Christopher Lewis (@thecloudxpert) 5 November 2018 Here is a list of all my planned posts of the event: vRetreat…

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VMware Specialist: vSAN – Objective 2.2 – Describe vSAN Requirements

The following post is a part of my unofficial study guide for the VMware Specialist: vSAN Digital Badge.  The full study guide can be found here. Objective 2.2 – Describe vSAN Requirements The requirements for VMware vSAN are split into multiple categories: Hardware Cluster Software Networking Licensing Hardware Requirements One of the most important requirements…

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