vBrownBag EMEA is in the midst of recording sessions that cover the VCAP6-DCV (3V0-622) exam. If you are interested in presenting one of the exam objective, see the Call for Presenters post here. Objective 1.3 - Determine Risks, Requirements, Constraints, Assumptions Skills and Abilities Differentiate between the concepts of risks, requirements, constraints, and assumptions. Given … Continue reading vBrownBag – VCAP6-DCV Objective 1.3
I am pleased to announce that I was selected as a speaker at the WT2 (Women Transforming Technology) conference on 28 February 2017 in Palo Alto, CA. I will be presenting a session regarding “Leadership Lessons Learned from the Marine Corps.” I will discuss different lessons (good and bad) that I learned from my 5 years … Continue reading Selected as WT2 Speaker!
Considering we're over halfway through January, it would now would be an appropriate time for me to write down what I want to accomplish in 2017. My goals for this year: Blog more - Blogging as been something that I’ve never been able to maintain a steady rhythm or schedule. Historically I’ve blogged when I’ve run into … Continue reading Goals for 2017
I recently ran into an issue with the vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) 6.5 installer. When I proceeded to Step 5, “Set up appliance VM” I received the error: “A problem occurred while reading the OVF file…Error: ovftool is not available.” After some research, it turns out that macOS Sierra (10.12.x) is not supported and, of … Continue reading macOS VCSA Installer “ovftool” Error
App Volumes uses a provisioning machine to capture applications in order to create AppStacks. According to the App Volumes User Guide, “the provisioning of AppStacks must be performed on a clean base image…” In my opinion, a “clean base image” implies that this machine is not domain joined and therefore not inheriting any group policies. … Continue reading App Volumes 2.12 – Provisioning Machine Must be Domain Joined?