The April 2022 edition of the Brisbane VMUG meeting will be held on Thursday 28th April. It’s powered by VMware, Google Cloud, and Queensland University of Technology and promises to be a great event. It’s also an opportunity to welcome the new leaders to the Brisbane VMUG team: Claire O’Dwyer and Antony West.
Google Cloud VMware Engine (GCVE) – Tech Overview and Key Use Cases
In this session we will cover the GCVE platform in depth, as well as GCVE’s technical advantages when compared to other “VMware on X” solutions. As well as diving into the GCVE solution, we will cover some key technical use cases for the platform (e.g. Backup/DR options from an on-premises DC to GCVE).
Delivered by Clay Quinn, Customer Engineer, Google Cloud.
This will be followed by:
Automating Deployments and Configuration Management with Salt
Salt is an open-source configuration management tool with some interesting and useful features. In this session we will cover some of the key capabilities and concepts of Salt and demonstrate how we can use Salt to deploy configure and manage environments.
Delivered by Mark Foley, Senior Solutions Engineer, VMware
PIZZA AND NETWORKING BREAK! (Exciting!)
And we will be finishing off with:
Migrating from NSX-V to NSX-T
Delivered by Tony Williamson, Senior Consultant, VMware PSO.
Soft drinks and vBeers will be available throughout the evening. We look forward to seeing you there! Doors open at 5pm.
You can find out more information and register for the event here. Note that the March 2022 meeting had to be rescheduled due to ‘Rona issues – I’ll update the blog when I have new dates for that one.