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Migrating From FeedBurner to Feedblitz

So a few days ago I decided to make the move, strictly because I moved my sponsorships over to the BuySellAds service and they had an option to show RSS Feed Subscribers.  Long story short, they were requiring the use of the FeedBurner Awareness API…which is dead.  The option was …

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VMware Partner Exchange 2014 Sessions

I realize that VMware Partner Exchange is only a couple of weeks out, but I wanted to post the sessions I have for the week.  So far there is some good initial enrollment for the sessions but below is the complete listing with the locations and abstracts for you to check …

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What Exactly Is It That You Do?

I just got one of the most interesting questions that I think I can honestly say I have had in over six years with VMware.  It started as a FaceBook message exchange that in the end made me realize that if one person is asking….there must be others.  So in …

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Some vExperts Have vCloud Air Access

Earlier today I tweeted about how some vExperts have access to vCloud Air to test and blog about the offering. ATTN #vExpert people. Did you know there is vExpert access to vCHS? Work with @jtroyer @JennyAtVMware and I to find out more. — Chris Colotti (@ccolotti) January 26, 2014 This …

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2014 Annual VTUG Winter Warmer

Well, it’s that time of year again!  Patriots playoff football, and technology all wrapped into one!  As always I will be there for a Keynote…with bells, and a Pats jersey on.  Are you going to be there for the learning and the fun?  If you have never been the VTUG …

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What’s vCloud Air vCloud Connector Node Address

There has been a bit of confusion on this very simple question, and I think I have answered this question about 50 times in various places internally and externally.  Simply put when you get a vCloud Air Account, you already have access to a vCloud Connector Node on the vCloud …

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vCenter 5.5 Appliance Root Password Expired

Yep.  It happened to me this week about 15 minutes before a Varrow vCloud Air Deep Dive presentation where I was going to do live demos.  You have to love the live demo, right?  Well, when it happened I first found Mike Foley’s blog post about how to disable the …

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Helpful Things To Know About VMware vCloud Air

For the past few months I have of course been deep in the weeds working on all things vCloud Air.  I don’t think this is a surprise to anyone.  However, recently I have seen some interesting questions come through the inter-web that I wanted to make sure folks knew about …

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