When vRealize Orchestrator 7.6 became generally available last week (and related to the simultaneous availability of vRealize Automation 7.6), an eagle-eyed VMware Partner spotted a statement in the release notes [https://docs.vmware.com/en/vRealize-Orchestrator/7.6/rn/VMware-vRealize-Orchestrator-76-Release-Notes.html] under the Feature and Support Notice section.
[/content/images/wordpress/2018/01/CTO-Ambassadors_avatar_1461093858-96x96.jpeg] VMware's Office of the CTO (OCTO) [https://octo.vmware.com] runs an annual programme internally to appoint a limited number of outstanding individuals as CTO Ambassadors (CTOA). Broadly, the role of an ambassador is to help ensure a tight collaboration between
[http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1165270/Top-vBlog-2013]It's that time again. For the last few years Eric Siebert, over at vsphere-land.com [http://vsphere-land.com/news/voting-now-open-for-the-2013-top-vmware-virtualization-blogs.html] , has organised a vote giving you, the readers of virtualization blogs, the opportunity to decide which you think is the best. Jeremy
[https://blog.v12n.io/content/images/wordpress/2012/02/vmw_logo_vmware-expert_250x100_02.gif] As you may recall, last year VMware very kindly designated me as a vExpert 2011 [http://www.vspecialist.co.uk/vexpert-2011-surely-not/]. I couldn't be any happier about that although at the time it fazed me
[https://blog.v12n.io/content/images/wordpress/2011/07/Leslie-Nielsen_580.jpg] “Don't call me Shirley!” I love that joke but “surely not” was my response when John Troyer's email popped into my inbox this morning. Since that time I've had a veritable deluge of congratulations from all quarters. Along