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Burst: New Podcast – VUPaaS (Virtualization User Podcast as a Service)

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vupaas-logoAs you might imagine with the whole Packet Pushers thing, I’m a fan of tech podcasts, and a new one’s started up by some fine people I’ve been privileged to meet & chat with at tech conferences.

VUPaaS (Virtualization User Podcast as a Service) is downloadable via a fine podcatcher near you through iTunes. The show is described thusly…

Hosted by GS Khalsa (@gurusimran), Chris Wahl (@ChrisWahl) & Josh Atwell (@Josh_Atwell) this is a podcast focused on virtualization users, their experiences, challenges, accomplishments and what they’ve learned. We cover all manner of virtualization: servers, networking & storage and users ranging from solo operators to the largest enterprise. The aim of the podcast is to provide a wider audience access to the kind of information sharing and discussions that go on at a typical user group meeting. In addition to discussions with users we will also look to bring experts on the show to conduct deep-dives on specific aspects of virtualization technology and possibly bring on vendors of products we think the audience would be interested in to discuss their products. Unless specifically noted in the show title (will be indicated as “Sponsored” – details in the show notes), no support, direct or indirect is taken or given to/from guests or vendors on the podcast. Additionally, while we all have day jobs, this podcast is not sponsored or supported by any of our employers.

Apparently, they think this whole “virtualization” thing is going to catch on. Huh. Maybe I should look into it. ;-)

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