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Tune in to the top VMware podcasts

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VMware Communities Roundtable: The VMware Communities Roundtable podcast has more than 250 episodes, which date all the way back to 2008. It usually includes guests relevant to certain VMware products. The relaxed atmosphere and live chat make this a great podcast to catch up on the latest news and events relating to VMware.

VBrownBag: Although vBrownBag was originally formed around several community members studying for certifications, it has expanded over the years to much more. Aside from discussing and studying certification tracks, vBrownBag includes events, such as Storage Month and Automation tracks. Each webinar-style hour is packed full of great information. This is a live broadcast, which gives attendees a chance to ask questions and interact with the presenters. This podcast has expanded from Wednesday night U.S. broadcasts to include Asia Pacific and Japan; Europe, the Middle East and Africa; and Latin America and the Caribbean. There are also several "sack lunches" that branch out into other topics, such as OpenStack.

Veeam Community Podcast: The Veeam Community Podcast is another great virtualization-focused podcast, hosted by Rick Vanover from Veeam. It's not all about Veeam; Rick does a great job keeping this podcast informative and vendor-agnostic. It's a great podcast to hear the latest opinions on various subjects relating to not just VMware, but the virtualization and cloud industry as a whole.

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