Altaro has launched an exciting contest in celebration of SysAdmin Day on 27th July!
They will be giving away Amazon eGift Cards to the first 100 eligible entries and 1 Grand Prize for 1 lucky winner.
The Grand Prize winner will be able to choose any prize from the following: a Playstation 4 Pro, Xbox One X, a 3-year membership of Amazon Prime and more.
All contest participants will even get FOREVER FREE backup for 2 VMs when they download Altaro VM Backup!
Want to WIN?
Here’s what you need to do to:
- Download Altaro VM Backup from https://goo.gl/BydZkB using a valid work email address
- Set up a virtual machine on Altaro VM Backup and take a screenshot. Only screenshots that show at least 1 VM added for backing up will be considered as eligible.
- Upload the screenshot and the Grand Prize choice at the link you will receive via email once you download Altaro VM Backup
Well, its time again and VMworld is looming. I personally haven’t missed a VMworld since 2005 and some years I’ve been lucky enough to go twice. You know the things I love about VMworld and that’s why I’m addicted to going include:
• Networking – right at the top of my list…. It’s that one time of year I get chance to mingle and network with my peers.
• Education – nowhere can you get super focused knowledge transfer as you do at VMworld
• New Stuff – Want to find out about the latest tech first? Then you just have to go to VMworld
• Eco-System – for me a big part of VMworld is meeting the eco-system partners. I’m always looking to close the loop and to build the best solutions. I think this would be 2nd on my list.
• Direction – VMworld helps me articulate the direction my company should be headed in the next few years
• Party – Oh yes.. some of the best parties happen at VMworld… It’s like the vendors have to one-up each other when it comes to parties… I should know I used to help organise one of them
Don’t delay register today by click >HERE<
I decided to open-source the code of my previous projects and tools I built. Since I’m using GitHub more and more to help me with current projects I felt it unfair that I kept all my code to myself without sharing so I started uploading past projects into my GitHub. So amongst others you’ll find the code for:
and Vdisk Informer
In my GitHub repository found >HERE<
Most of these tools are legacy now but someone might find something useful in them….ENJOY….