This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome Mike McLaughlin and Belu De Arbelaiz to discuss VMware Ransomware Recovery for VMware Cloud DR.
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.
This year at VMware Explore the Virtually Speaking Podcast caught up with Google Distinguished Engineer Kelsey Hightower. Kelsey discusses the secure software supply chain, service oriented networking, and the role of the virtual machine in the context of containers and serverless. Read more
Last week at VMware Explore Europe the Virtually Speaking Podcast caught up with Statistics Netherland (CBS)'s Sander Janssen who explains how they automated a statistical analytics pipeline with Greenplum and Containers. Read more
It's been a great week at VMware Explore Europe filled with announcements, jam packed sessions, technical discussions and reuniting with the Vmware community. On this episode of the Virtually Speaking Podcast Pete and John recap the week with Pete Koeher and VMware CTO Kit Colbert. Read more
VMware Explore Europe is upon us. On this episode of The Virtually Speaking Podcast Pete caught up with Duncan Epping and Frank Denneman at Explore US to discuss the latest VMware announcements and their latest venture into the world of podcasting.
This year at VMware Explore The Virtually Speaking Podcast had a chance to speak to Engineer IV Chrys Bundy about how PODS (a company that moves containers) is moving to containers.
This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast, Lead Data Scientist, Ian Pytlarz shares how Purdue University developed a system to help contain the spread of COVID-19, allowing them to continue operations in person from fall 2020 onward. This data-driven decision making system was built on VMware Greenplum. Read more
On this episode of the Virtually Speaking Podcast Pete and John talk to ASX CIO Dan Chesterman about their DLT-as-a-service offering built on the VMware Blockchain platform, to help organizations accelerate development of new DLT apps across many industry use cases while reducing cost and complexity of deploying their own blockchain environment. Read more
VMware vSphere 8, the enterprise workload platform, brings the benefits of cloud to on-premises workloads, supercharges performance through DPUs and GPUs, and accelerates innovation with an enterprise-ready integrated Kubernetes runtime. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast Pete and John welcome Féidhlim O'Leary to discuss the details of this release. Read more
VMware Explore 2022 is in the books and what a week it was. Pete and John captured dozens of interviews with VMware SMEs, execs, partners and customers and will be releasing them throughout the coming weeks.This week on The Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome VMware CTO Kit Kolbert to discuss VMware's Multi-Cloud story, the latest innovations, much more. Read more
Since its debut in March of 2014, VMware has a long and consistent history of turning innovative ideas into product features in vSAN. But nothing may be bigger than what is introduced with vSAN 8. The announcement of the VMware vSAN Express Storage Architecture™ or ESA for short, represents a massive step forward in the capabilities of the solution, and the benefits to VMware customers. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast Pete and John welcome Staff Technical Marketing Architect Pete Koehler to discuss the new ESA and other new features in vSAN 8. Read more
VMware’s new vSphere offering is an industry-leading workload platform, that allows current and new on-premises infrastructures to be cloud connected while shifting to an OpEx-based consumption model with pay-as-you-grow subscription. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast Pete and John welcome Ken Werneburg and Dave Morera to discuss the details of this new offering. Read more
More organizations are embracing the cloud as a cost-effective business solution that provides many competitive advantages such as revenue growth and faster data recovery. While these advantages are compelling, it's important to asses all aspects of the migration. Companies like House of Brick focus on helping clients find cost effective ways to handle both the technical and licensing challenges of migrating application stacks backed by commercial database engines, such as Oracle or MS SQL Server, into AWS. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome House of Brick's Nick Walter to discuss some of the details of his many migrations to VMware Cloud. Read more