I have’t posted a blog entry in more than 4 months, and there’s a reason why! I’ve been working on a large charitable project sponsored by the VMware Foundation and it’s taken up all of my available time. VMware has an employee-led program called Kernel & Cache, allowing an employee to nominate a nonprofit to receive cash, software, and free engineering hours for a capacity building project. I designed the project and led a team of 11 VMware engineers on the deployment of the largest Kernel & Cache project in VMware’s history. I am using this project’s design as the basis for my VCDX attempt.
I have been invited to speak about the project at the Chicago VMUG Usercon on September 22nd at the Stephens Convention Center – I would love it if you register for and attend the conference! https://www.vmug.com/chivmug The UserCons are day-long events that are kind of like a mini-VMworld. This free event will have many sessions on VMware technology,a vendor exchange full of great partner technology, and the opportunity to network with your peers. Hope to see you out there!