Many thanks to Brian Tobia for the awesome job he did presenting section 7 of the VMware VCP 5 blueprint. Head over to ProfessionalVMware.com to view the video & slides, or subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.
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It’s definitely been a fun and tremendously educational run, but our time with the VMware VCP5 blueprint is at its end. Brian Tobia will be finishing the series with a BOOM! when he presents Section 7 of the blueprint this Wednesday February 22nd at 7PM CST. Register for the Brownbag with Brian today!
Brian Tobia is a technology consultant at RSA, The Security Division of EMC, with a specific focus on cloud and virtualization security. Previously, Brian has held various systems and network administration roles within VMware environments since the ESX 2.x days. He currently holds his VCP4 and VCP5 and is active in the VMware communities and can be found on Twitter via @btobia.
Not that you need any reminding, but February 29th is the deadline for existing VCP4’s to earn the VCP5 certificate without taking an accompanying class. If you haven’t scheduled the exam yet, you should! 🙂
In spite of the friendly teasing on the call and on Twitter, Josh did a fantastic job at presenting Section 6 of the VMware VCP 5 Blueprint! 🙂 Thanks, Josh & everyone who attended live, I found it to be very informative and fun. As always, you can find the Brownbag recording on ProfessionalVMware.com, iTunes, and through the standard podcast RSS feed.
One last note: if you haven’t had a chance to listen to the APAC Brownbag, you should! They’re working on VCAP-DCD for vSphere 5; I think you’ll find it to be very informative and useful as well.
Josh Atwell is a systems administrator with CH Reynolds Electric working at Cisco systems where he helps manage a large VMware virtualization environment. He focuses his efforts on PowerCLI scripting and automation. Josh currently holds VCAP-DCD, VCAP-DCA, and VCP3/4 certifications.