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Mar 15 2010   5:40AM GMT

eInterview with Mike Laverick – Veteran Virtualisation vExpert



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I recently did an eInterview for the guys at Xtravirt.com… What is an eInterview. Sounds fancy, huh. Well, its basically a list of questions. You right your answer inline, and then it gets published. Now is that a eMarvel of modern technology.

  1. We received a copy of your new vSphere 4 Implementation book in the post this week. It looks like you have done a great job again! Can we expect to see other publications from you in future?
  2. Back in January you announced that you had signed a deal with SearchVMware.Com. Can you tell us more about this?
  3. What does a typical week in the life of Mike Laverick look like?
  4. What do you think the biggest shift has been in Virtualisation over the past year?
  5. What do you think will be the main focus area for virtualisation adopters in 2010?
  6. We have seen a number of clients starting to seriously look at deploying Virtual Desktops. Any tips for people looking at doing this?
  7. What do you feel is the most overlooked or misunderstood component of a Virtual Infrastructure?
  8. For people new to virtualisation, what’s a good way for them to network with their peers?
  9. What are your favourite ways to chill out after a hard day at the office?

and these are my answers:

http://xtravirt.com/einterview-with-mike-laverick-veteran-virtualisation-vexpert

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