VMworld closed a week ago today, and we have all returned to our regular lives and started the recovery process. For me this was a week to rest and regroup and catch up on work items that got pushed aside from the previous week. So with that I was unable to record a podcast this week. Hopefully next week we can get back on track and get another episode on the books. It is going to be tough to pick a topic due to all of the great conversations and new and exciting things we heard last week coming from the VMware camp. If you have a suggesting please leave it in the comments below. Thanks to everyone for the great conversations and talks about virtualization and technology in general, they were all fantastic.
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Data Center Chic Podcast Episode 4 with guest Kong Yang talking about the Dell TechCenter User Group event (DTCUG-IP) at VMworld 2012 in San Francisco on Tuesday August 28th at 4:30PM PT, details and sign up here. The event will have special guests Jason Boche, Todd Muirhead, and Dave McCrory each speaking about storage, performance and cloud.
Learn about VMworld basic from Kong and Todd
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Data Center Chic Podcast Episode 3 - VMworld Preview with Kong Yang and Dennis Smith from the Dell TechCenter. Join us as we talk about what we will be doing at VMworld 2012. We discuss SDN, Hand on Labs, CEO roundtable with Michael Dell and the Dell TechCenter User Group #DTCUG-IP. Learn more from Kong about the basics for VMworld on his SoSaySME Episode. Talk with Dell SME's during the event at the expo in booth #1412 and #1523. See you all at VMworld 2012 San Francisco.
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Episode 2 of Data Center Chic podcast is now live and available for download or subscription. Listen to host Lance Boley talk with Warren Byle, Dell Product Marketing Manager Client Systems, as they talk about the new XPS line of laptops and how to deploy these systems. We also talk about BYOD and how that is changing the landscape and deployment methods. Links to drivers and cabs can always be found on Dell TechCenter and follow us on twitter for updates and questions.
Today I started a podcast series, which I am hoping will be informative and fun at the same time. You can listen to the episode by clicking on the podcast tab above and if you have an iTunes account you can subscibe to and get the updates pushed right to your device. I have some great conversations just about everyday on things in and or around the data center, so this seemed like the perfect way to get those conversations out. Stay tuned as both this site, the blog and the podcast mature and grow.