Dallas VMUG Video of David Davis and Links Discussed

by David Davis on April 1, 2010

On March 31, 2010 I spoke at the Dallas VMware User Group (VMUG) meeting. The meeting was sponsored by Vizioncore and Train Signal and happened in a new location located in Plano, Texas. We had a great turnout of over 100 VMware enthusiasts.

The meeting started off with VMUG President Tony Gradig making announcements and then Vizioncore started their presentation. Michael Arnold of Vizionore spoke about vFoglight, used for performance monitoring and management of your virtul infrastructure. After the break, Vizioncore continued speaking by covering the Virtualization EcoShell Initiative (VESI), a free tool to manage PowerShell-based virtualization management scripts.

After a great pizza lunch, I began my presentation covering what Train Signal has to offer in our lineup of video training products. We cover the full lineup of Microsoft, Cisco, CompTIA, Office 2007, Wireless, and, of course, VMware. I talked about the Train Signal vSphere training course and our new vSphere Pro, more advanced, option. From there, I covered some exciting new developments in the world of virtualization including new podcasts/webcasts, the VMware Guest Console, and how I stay up to date on virtualization using my Twitter virtualization list and VMware’s Planet v12n. I gave away a number of Train Signal vSphere videos and offered a special VMUG discount.

In the end, it was a great VMUG and I appreciate Tony Gradig, our VMUG president, letting me speak and sponsor.

Below, you’ll find a video of me speaking, the links that I referred to in my presentation, and the actual presentation I made. Enjoy!

Download the full Powerpoint presentation here

Dallas VMUG-2

Dallas VMUG-1

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