Tag Archive: vSoup



If you have been hiding under a rock for the last couple of weeks , you may not be aware that VMware held an online launch of its next generation Cloud platform , vSphere 5.0. It seems some of the announcements went down really well , and other parts , lets just say , not so well judging by the twitter reaction…

Have a listen to the show… here


Yesterday was a particularly busy day for me , not only was I presenting on the trials and tribulations of trying to migrate 700 VM’s across the Atlantic but the latest episode of the vSoup podcast went live – Ed, Christian and myself were joined by Bob Plankers for an informal natter about networking , books and certifications. Head over the vSoup page for your serving..




If you would like to have a peak through my slide desk from the VMUG presentation , I’ve embedded it below. As for the shirt, it’s a beta test for Simon Long , who was sadly not able to make it to the Meeting , but he was with us via the medium of pink shirts Winking smile


The latest course of vSoup was published today , featuring myself and fellow community members , Ed Czerwin & Christian Mohn of vNinja.net. This time we’re looking at some security, high availability and a few other topics , listen carefully though as there are questions to be answered. Answer them right and you could be in with a chance to win a copy of the vSphere Troubleshooting Video pack form Trainsignal , kindly donated by David Davis from Trainsignal.com .


For all of the show links & feeds including iTunes , head over to http://vSoup.net

After a few dry runs and some frantic email sessions , the first episode of vSoup is out ! vSoup is a podcast featuring myself and a couple of my fellow tweeps. I hope its informative but also informal and relevant for fellow virtualisation professionals !


check it out at http://vsoup.net !