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VMware vExpert. Again! VMware's second vExpert award.

I congratulate the entire expert community and myself personally with the annual award! The blog is coming back to life after a forced hiatus. Adapting to work in wartime. Forward to victory! Glory to Ukraine! Sincerely, AIRRA Military IT architect … Continue reading

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War! Life Before and After February 24, 2022. Russia's attack on Ukraine. Evacuation to the West. Mobilization. Notes of an IT Architect and Instructor in military service.

Introduction Greetings to all guests and readers of the IT Architecture and Education Blog. On the air Andriy Romanenko, IT Architect and instructor. This post is not intended to be about technology, architecture or learning at all. When I registered … Continue reading

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VMware Training. Year 2022. Part 1. Introduction. Authorized Training. Learning Paths. Brief Summary.

Introduction Hello to all readers of the blog about IT Architecture and Learning! Last year we published a series of articles “VMware Training. Season 2021-2022”. Vmware recently released an updated “VMware Learning Course Catalog 2022“. So, we’re starting a new … Continue reading

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Azure VMware Solution. Part 1. Introduction. What is Azure VMware Solution? Cluster and hosts. Networks. Monitoring. The next steps.

Introduction Hello to all readers of the blog about Architecture and Training. Today we will talk about a joint technological solution of two irreconcilable, at first glance competitors – Microsoft and VMware. Azure VMware Solution will allow you to combine … Continue reading

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VMware vRealize Operations Manager. Scripting and programming. Part 1. Introduction. Laboratory Environment. First Steps with Power CLI.

Introduction Hello to all readers of the blog about SDDC and Architecture, Solution, Implementation and Operations as Code. Today we will talk about such a conceptual approach as Operation as Code, as part of the strategy Anything as Code. And … Continue reading

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