VMwareKB TV is alive again

VMware Knowledgebase

I see that the YouTube channel known as VMwareKB has started publishing new content again after several years of going dark. It’s interesting to me because I was the one who created the channel many years back when I worked at VMware on the Knowledgebase team. YouTube has changed quite a bit since then, and … Read more

Using multiple vGPUs in a VM

VMware Knowledgebase

According to a new article by Duncan Epping, if you want to use multiple vGPUs here are the requirements/constraints as you can only add multiple vGPUs using a particular profile: vSphere 6.7 Update 3 is required VM Compatibility Version 15 is required Only “q” anc “c” profiles are supported You need to select the full-frame … Read more

Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality

VMwarewolf

Alan Renouf has just recorded a new VMware Communities Podcast wherein he talks about how Spatial Computing, Virtual Reality and Augmented reality plays currently in the Enterprise. That’s a bit of a mouthful. Anyway, an interesting take of the state of things. Alan quips- “this was a great overview of what my life has been … Read more

VMworld 2019 session downloads

VMworld

VMworld EU 2019 has just wrapped up and William Lam has provided us links and a script to download all of the sessions presented. Thanks, William. Simliar to VMworld US, the VMworld team has already processed and published a number of recordings! Similar to past years, I have put together a nice summary page that … Read more

What is a VMware Engineer?

VMware Engineer

VMware Engineers are in charge of managing and maintaining a VMware infrastructure installation. The Engineers are involved in a team environment with a cluster of Systems Engineers. They frequently collaborate and make efforts with engineers from both the Network engineering and the operations Support Center-OSC, department to help a range of customer environments across multiple … Read more