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2012 ushers in some great new changes from the field technical team at VMware.  I  am merging the Ohio Valley Newsletter with the Wisconsin based field newsletter (aka vNews) in an effort to make it more all encompassing.  This content is designed to inform our customers of important updates from VMware from a technical perspective.  It also highlights some great public blog posts that might have snuck by you while you weren’t looking.  We will be moving away from the older legacy.pdf based version of the newsletter to a modernized delivery method, “SlideRocket”.  Here is the link to the first addition! 

 

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Please make sure you subscribe  to the newsletter if you wish to receive these monthly newsletters in your inbox.  As always feedback is welcome and will help shape the content for future issues of the vNews!  Special thanks to Ben Sier, Vitaly Tsipris and Jeff Whitman for their contributions and driving to pull this off.  Let us know your thoughts!

-Scott

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Scott Sauer

About Scott Sauer

I’m a Senior Systems Engineer for Tintri in Cincinnati Ohio. I am married to a wonderful woman (Alison) and have the privilege of raising two boys with her. I have over 16 years of experience in the Information Technology field with a background in virtualization, systems architecture, disaster recovery/ business continuity, storage area networking and data center operations.
  • Frank Wegner

    I like the SlideRocket format very much. It is very cool that you can add comments right in the presentation. My wish; Maybe use less agressive colors and a more “boring” (grin) scheme.

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  • http://twitter.com/dconvery David Convery

    Can’t figure out how to sign up…Am I not seeing a link?

    • BrandonJRiley

      Click here David:

      http://goo.gl/O4WUS

      The link was in the early vNews issues, but I think it missed the last one.