Quick post. I did some light board videos together on vSphere Virtual Volumes. Lightboard videos are pretty fun to do, the unfortunate part is that I have horrible hand writing. So I immediately apologize for that.
A common question I get with these videos is how do you write backwards. I don’t. I am nowhere near that skilled, as you can see I can barely write forwards. I write normally which appears backwards and the video team mirrors the video.
This is a three part series, the entire playlist can be found here:
There are three parts:
- What is “Virtual Volumes”
- Deeper into the VVol architecture
- How VVols provide more data mobility (not less)
And yes I got a hair cut the day after shooting this.