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The Cloudcast #127: Got CloudOps Skills?

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The Cloudcast #127: Got CloudOps Skills?

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The Cloudcast #127 - Got CloudOps Skills? (34:33)


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Date: January 9, 2014

By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely

Description: Brian talks with Angelo Luciani (@AngeloLuciani) and Eric Wright (@discoposse) about their Virtual Design Masters contest (Season 2), how VMUGs are changing, how Home Labs are evolving and the choices IT professionals are making about next-gen technologies for 2014 and 2015.

Topic 1 -You two are the face of the VMware communities in Canada, so tell us a little about yourselves?
Topic 2 - I was recently listening to the VUPAAS podcast and Eric talked about this contest you’re running ( Virtual Design Master) to highlight people doing cool things with operations. Tell us about that.
Topic 3 - Let’s talk about VMware communities. I’m specifically interested in your view on a couple areas: (a) non-vendor participation, (b) operations/cloud interests
Topic 4 - I saw that Eric recently posted some homelab things about OpenStack ( http://t.co/vNHpeFIijs & http://t.co/PICyW22iDf). What are you hearing from VMware-centric people about their interests in OpenStack?

Topic 5 - What are you seeing as the new trends in communities, online labs, and how people are learning and sharing?
Angelo’s Blog: http://tovmug.com/

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