In this episode of Cloud Management Monthly, Dan and Matt talk to Eric Lee about his journey dealing with IT burnout and Mental Health. Eric shares his personal story and how to live a better work life balance and to cope with workplace burnout. Dan and Matt also talk to Eric about the work he is doing with Mental Health Hackers and how we can all get involved.
In this episode of Cloud Management Monthly, Santa and his ‘lil buddy Grump-O the Elf from the North Pole, review their favorite clips from this year’s episodes and spread some extra holiday cheer! Dan and Matt interview Santa and Grump-O to find out how the vRealize Suite was able to solve The North Pole’s critical capacity issue and expand to the cloud, to practically save Christmas, and money!
Thanks everyone who watched and listened to our shows this year. We appreciate all the feedback and kind messages. Thank you to our guests, Steve, Graham, Sunny, Brandon, and Mandy. We can’t thank you enough for coming on the show and having fun with us. We can’t wait for 2021!
Have a safe and happy holiday!
Dan and Matt
In this episode of Cloud Management Monthly, Dan and Matt speak with Mandy Storbakken about The Cloud Operating Model. Mandy is a Cloud Technologist in the Cloud Management Business Unit at VMware. Mandy is a VMworld speaker and a VMware blogger
Find Mandy here:
Twitter – https://twitter.com/mandystor
Blogs – https://cloud.vmware.com/community/au…
VMworld 2020 session – https://bit.ly/3kTc8Aw
In this episode of Cloud Management Monthly, Dan and Matt talk with Brandon Gordon, Staff Technical Marketing Architect at VMware, about what it takes to manage your infrastructure like a cloud provider. Brandon also shows off his amazing ROI vROps dashboard that he created! Dan and Matt talk a bit about VMworld 2020 and review the Cloud Management announcements.
Brandon’s Twitter – https://twitter.com/ImNotoriousBDG
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In this episode Dan and Matt discuss with Sunny Dua, a Sr. Product Line Manager at VMware, the future of VMware’s vRealize Operations and how vROps 8.2 is just the beginning. We also chat with Sunny about the impact of the California fires and what his plans are for attending an all virtual VMworld 2020.
Alan Renouf fire relief fund – https://gf.me/u/yucskh
Sunny’s website – https://sunnydua.com
Sunny’s Blog – http://vxpresss.blogspot.com
Sunny’s Twitter – https://twitter.com/sunny_dua
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In this episode of Cloud Management Monthly, Dan and Matt ask the question, How do companies get started with cloud management? Join us with our special guest Graham Barker to discuss considerations companies need to think about to determine what goes into selecting the right cloud management platform. We also talk to Graham about his Tesla and what to expect in this new era of virtual technology conferences.
Graham’s Blog – https://virtualg.uk
Graham’s Twitter – https://twitter.com/VirtualG_UK
Graham’s YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/c/VirtualGUK
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Hey everybody, If anyone is looking for a really great blog to check out, read Transformational Technologist from Steve Athanas. It’s not speeds and feeds tech, it’s not CIO strategy, it perfectly fills the gap for people trying to figure out how to move their career into a management position. Steve launched the blog in January of 2020 and Im really enjoying reading them and I wanted to share his blog with you. Check out Steve’s blog at TransformationalTechnologist.com
The secret’s out! The first episode of Cloud Management Monthly is available on YouTube! Join myself and Matt Bradford along with very special guest Steve Athanas as we explore the question “what is cloud management?”
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