So I know I said I wasn’t going to blog much in the coming weeks, but giving the fact that my jury service has been cancelled next week (court case was cancelled so Jury was dismissed due to no other court cases running) and also the fact that my current work project has been cancelled (client cancelled the contract with my company), I pretty much have quite a bit of free time!
Not to mention that I had a sleepless night as all I could think about was that I NEED to blog some of the stuff that’s floating around my head regarding VMware – just so I can put my brain at rest!
So hopefully in the upcoming weeks, I intend to blog about the experiences I’ve had over the past couple of months touching upon:
- Changing the SSL certificates of VMware products (away from the self-signed VMware ones to a CA certified one).
- Transact-SQL scripts for creating databases for VMware products.
- Loadbalancing workflow that I wrote recently to automate the deployment of a loadbalancer in vCD (and hope to generalise so that others can use it).
That should basically fill out my blog for a couple of weeks due to the vast amount of information to get down on paper (or in this case on screen).
First up tomorrow (yes, procrastination doesn’t disappear even when you have some free time!) will be a brief look at how you manually setup a loadbalancer within vCD, and then hopefully I can delve into how the vCO actions can be used for each manual step and what I’ve learnt.
Oh, and as for the job hunting part….. I’m quite thankful that at the moment it seems recruitment agents are calling me up rather than me desperately calling them up! I’m positive that I will be able to find another role that will allow me to continue my VMware journey! (and if you’re a potential employer, or recruitment agent reading this – please contact me if you have any opportunities of interest!)