As part of my back to basics series, I figured I should cover YAML files. YAML will come in handy
As I am recreating my environment from scratch I am having to go back and re-create a lot of content.
Call it personal preference but I prefer to connect to GitHub via SSH instead of HTTPS. If there are others
Sometimes, when deploying Git you may forget to select Visual Studio Code as your default editor. I thought I would
Recently, I was asked my code editor of choice and I default to VS Code unless I need a different
As I was discussing GitHub and repositories with some engineers looking to get their feet wet in the modern applications
Recently, I had to upgrade my existing VMware 6.7 U3 VCSA to the new 7.0 VCSA. I know a lot
Believe it or not I have not had to setup an out of office message in a couple of years.
This should be a quick and easy article. Teams is becoming more prevalent in our environments and I am a
In the last few years as a VMWare person I have watched containers and Kubernetes go from people saying containers
I borrowed the above image from Kubernetes site. Let us begin with a high level overview of what Kubernetes is
I was speaking to someone the other day who is new to Kubernetes. While playing around with Kubectl commands they
If you have worked with VxRail as long as I have then you know it is inevitable to relocate a
As an Architect one thing you are constantly hit with is capacity planning, migration planning, and cost savings meetings. I
Have you ever needed a quick way to discover any and all virtual machines in your environment that have a
As I’m sure many of you are aware VxRail Manager is only responsible for the virtual distributed switch it creates