Wednesday, August 27, 2014

VMworld 2014 – That’s a Wrap

I wrap it up from VMworld 2014. Special thanks to F5ers Bill Church, Brandon Frelich, Nathan Pearce, Calvin Rowland, Paul Pindell & Kent Munson for their guest appearances. A special thanks to Andrew Berenato of AirWatch and thanks to Lars, Natasha, Jay and Robert for helping with the cinematography. Also check out VMworld 2014 - Best Partner Solution in the Cloud Automation Category Award video jointly produced by F5 and VMware.

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VMworld 2014 – F5 Management Plug-in for vCenter Orchestrator (feat Munson)

Kent Munson, F5 Principal Solution Engineer, explains why the F5 Management Plug-in for vCenter Orchestrator won Best Partner Solution – VMworld 2014 – in the Cloud Automation category. The F5 Management Plug-in for vCenter Orchestrator provides automation, management, and orchestration of BIG-IP atomic actions within vCO workflows. Kent shares what it is, what it does and the benefits for VMware administrators everywhere.

 

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VMworld 2014 – From VDI to EUC: The End User Computing Timeline (feat Pindell)

Paul Pindell, F5 Biz Dev Solution Architect, takes us over to the Whiteboard Kitchen to talk about the history of the F5/VMware EUC collaboration, walks through the timeline of the cool integrated solutions over the years and gives a glimpse of the upcoming F5 EUC alliance roadmap. Paul has been a frequent guest and always provides interesting insight to all things VMware.

 

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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

VMworld 2014 – F5 & VMware Alliance (feat Rowland)

Calvin Rowland, F5 VP Business Development, talks about the F5 & VMware partnership and brings us up to date on some of the latest developments. He also explains the criticality of technology alliances in today’s application driven world along with F5’s philosophy and guiding principles around technology alliances. Integration, collaboration and interoperability. We aim to satisfy business needs with architectural and technical solutions. Great insight and a fun interview.

Also check out our first video together almost 5 years ago. We haven’t aged a day: Oracle OpenWorld - Interview with Calvin Rowland

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VMworld 2014 Partner Spotlight – BIG-IP & AirWatch Integration (feat AirWatch’s Berenato)

Andrew Berenato, AirWatch Business Development Manager, does a great job explaining the many enterprise mobile device management challenges that the BIG-IP & AirWatch integration solves. BYOD, secure corporate apps, maintain compliance and employee privacy are all covered. True enterprise mobility management.

AirWatch by VMware simplifies mobility for organizations, while empowering end users. With AirWatch, organizations can easily deploy, configure, secure, manage and support smartphones, tablets, laptops and other devices across multiple mobile platforms and operating systems.

 

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Monday, August 25, 2014

VMworld 2014 – The NSX Reference Architecture (feat Pearce)

Nathan Pearce, F5 Sr Technical Marketing Manager, shares a ton a great insight about NSX: what it is, what it does, why organizations deploy it along with how BIG-IP integrates with NSX. This integration solves two challenges – time to value and time to change. Wondering what that is? Take a peek and learn how you can quickly provision services without worrying about procuring equipment. VMware NSX Solutions

 

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VMworld 2014 – Security Considerations for the SDDC (feat Frelich)

Brandon Frelich, our Marketing Services Architect for Cloud & Security, talks about some of the implications and considerations for organizations looking to move toward a Software Defined Data Center. Areas include DDoS protection, identity & access management and policy control. Delivering the Software Defined Data Center (pdf)

 

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