APAC Virtualization Podcast

All things virtualisation in the APAC region

Monthly Archives: September 2013

Episode 81 – The Power of Collective Intelligence

Episode 81 – The Power of Collective Intelligence

Join Anthony Spiteri @anthonyspiteri in a discussion about The Power of Collective Intelligence with Irfan Ahmad @virtualirfan from CloudPhysics.

Please reach out if you have a topic you’d like to cover on APACVirtual, here’s the schedule (there are still openings for 2013!), we’re always keen for new topics 🙂

Start Time (GMT+10): Wednesday 2nd October 2013 9:00 PM (AEST Sydney)

Duration (minutes): 45

Talkshoe Call ID: 75046

or click the link below

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Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes:
http://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/apac-virtualization-roundtable/id354097519?mt=2

Other Time zones: 

New York (USA) – 7AM
San Francisco (USA) – 4AM
Perth (Australia) – 7PM
Hong Kong (Hong Kong) – 7PM
Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) – 7PM
Tokyo (Japan) – 8PM
Auckland (New Zealand) – 11PM
London (UK) – 12PM

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vBrownBag TechTalks at vForum Sydney 2013

Great news, the vBrownBag TechTalks are coming to vForum Sydney. For those familiar with TechTalks you can go straight to the signup form here.

Tech Talks originated at VMworld 2012 where they provided an opportunity for community members, whose presentation submissions were not accepted into the main catalogue, to present the core of  a topic. TechTalks are a ten minute presentation by a community member for the benefit of the community. Since almost everyone working in technology has solved problems and learned something almost everyone could present a TechTalk. The format can be a slide deck or simply talking, they are usually about how to solve a problem or get the most out of a product. The TechTalk is captured on video and published on all of the vBrownBag distribution channels, on YouTube and Vimeo.  If the conference Internet connection allows, the talk is also live streamed from the show.

TechTalks are for community members to reach other community members, any topic that will help other people is good.  The one thing that TechTalks are not is an opportunity to present the corporate slide deck about a great product you would like us to buy. TechTalks are about up skilling and education, the only marketing should be from the TechTalk sponsors who help make the whole thing happen.

If you will be at vForum Sydney and you have learned something on the job then you should share your knowledge, signup to present a TechTalk, the audience is friendly and supportive.

By the way while you are signing up make sure you also register for VMDownUnderground, the community party before vForum.

VMDownUnderground party 2013

I’m very please to thank Veeam, NetApp and VMUG for sponsoring the VMDownUndergroud party which aims to get virtualization folk to talk together before vForum in Sydney.

The format is the same as the last two years, although the venue has changed. The format is drinks and snacks for a couple of hours, letting you mix with other people who are going to be at vForum.  Catch up with old friends you meet once a year or make new friends, we encourage the sponsors to also send their tech people so bring questions for the sponsors. The venue is Cohibar, which is closer to the vForum venue and has view of Darling arbour.

Head over to EventBrite and register, we will see you there.

Episode 80 – In-Memory Storage for Desktop Virtualization

Episode 80 – In-Memory Storage for Desktop Virtualization

Join Anthony Spiteri @anthonyspiteri in a discussion about In-Memory Storage for Desktop Virtualization with Chetan Venkatesh @chetan_ from Atlantis Computing.

Please reach out if you have a topic you’d like to cover on APACVirtual, here’s the schedule (there are still openings for 2013!), we’re always open and keen to talk 🙂

**Begin Show Notes

Host:

Anthony Spiteri @anthonyspiteri                 http://anthonyspiteri.net/

 

Thanks for being a guest on the show, APACVirtual really appreciate your support!

** End Show Notes

Start Time (GMT+10): Wednesday 18th September 2013 9:00 PM (AEST Sydney)

Duration (minutes): 45

Talkshoe Call ID: 75046

or click the link below

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Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes:
http://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/apac-virtualization-roundtable/id354097519?mt=2

Other Time zones: 

New York (USA) – 7AM
San Francisco (USA) – 4AM
Perth (Australia) – 7PM
Hong Kong (Hong Kong) – 7PM
Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) – 7PM
Tokyo (Japan) – 8PM
Auckland (New Zealand) – 11PM
London (UK) – 12PM

Episode 79 – OpenStack for VMware Admins

Episode 79 – OpenStack for VMware Admins

Join Craig Waters @cswaters1 (vCatchup) in a discussion about OpenStack for VMware Admins with Kenneth Hui @hui_kenneth and Tristan Goode @tristangoode.

Please reach out if you have a topic you’d like to cover on APACVirtual, here’s the schedule (there are still openings for 2013!), we’re always open and keen to talk 🙂

**Begin Show Notes

Host:

Craig Waters @cswaters1                 http://blog.rack.org.au

Guests:

For this episode we had the following additional guests live on call & in the chat room:

Mike Laverick @Mike_Laverick      http://mikelaverick.com

Links:

http://cloudarchitectmusings.com/2013/06/24/openstack-for-vmware-admins-nova-compute-with-vsphere-part-1/
http://www.slideshare.net/kenhui65/getting-started-with-openstack-20130821-25506318

Australian OpenStack User Group: http://aosug.openstack.org.au

Join at   http://openstack.org/join

Documentation: http://docs.openstack.org

Help:    http://ask.openstack.org

#openstack on Freenode

openstack@lists.openstack.org

Introducing VOVA: an easy way to try out OpenStack on vSphere: –

https://communities.vmware.com/community/vmtn/openstack/blog/2013/08/28/introducing-vova-an-easy-way-to-try-out-openstack-on-vsphere

Thanks for being a guest on the show, APACVirtual really appreciate your support!

** End Show Notes

Start Time (GMT+10): Wednesday 4th September 2013 9:00 PM (AEST Sydney)

Duration (minutes): 45

Talkshoe Call ID: 75046

or click the link below

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Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes:
http://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/apac-virtualization-roundtable/id354097519?mt=2

Other Time zones: 

New York (USA) – 7AM
San Francisco (USA) – 4AM
Perth (Australia) – 7PM
Hong Kong (Hong Kong) – 7PM
Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) – 7PM
Tokyo (Japan) – 8PM
Auckland (New Zealand) – 11PM
London (UK) – 12PM