This week's “waggie” is Jason Boche. He’s a self-proclaimed VMware Virtualization Evangelist.
Working in the IT field for 13 years, he holds the following certifications: VCDX #34, VCPx3,
MCSEx3, MCSAx2, MCP, CCAx2, A+. He also a Senior Systems Engineer, VMware vEXPERT, VMware
Communities User Moderator, the Minneapolis Area VMware User Group Leader, frequent VMware/VMTN
Communities Roundtable podcaster, and moderator/contributor at the Petri IT Knowledgebase. He’s
married to a wonderful and patient wife with whom he has two children, and two Cavalier King
Charles Spaniel dogs. Hobbies include racing motocross, model railroading, and chess!
Jason runs his own blog
which is firm favorite on my feedburner!
In the chinwag Jason tells me about how he runs EMC storage in his home lab (and also NetApp too!),
and how he’s been recently doing firmware updates to prepare for the NFS plug-in – Jason shares
with us his experiences and opinions of using ESXi – and finally we discuss an issue with using VUM
when vCenter is virtual. The whole story of this can be investigated further on Jason’s blog over