Episode 17: Home Labs with William Lam
If you're in IT chances are you have some form of…
Jun 24, 2016 • 41 minutes
If you're in IT chances are you have some form of a home lab, whether it's a virtual machine on your laptop, an old computer or even a cloud environment. Perhaps you are one those who have taken home labs to a whole new level earning the term Home Datacenter.
This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we bring in William Lam to discuss the various types of home labs, use cases and he even shares some great pro tips to help you get started.
William Lam is a Staff II Product Integration Architect working within the VMware R&D organization. He primarily focuses on Automation, Integration and Operation of the Software Defined Datacenter (SDDC). He also works closely with various engineering teams within VMware to help provide early feedback on design and architecture. Lastly, through customer interactions and feedback William continues to help champion their challenges and needs to help further improve our products. Subscribe to William’s blog Virtually Ghetto and follow him on twitter @lamw.
Mac Mini/Apple Resources: http://www.virtuallyghetto.com/apple
Nested Virtualization/ESXi Resources: http://www.virtuallyghetto.com/nested-virtualization
VSAN 6.2 Home Lab on 6th Gen Intel NUC:
USB 3.0 NIC Driver for ESXi: http://www.virtuallyghetto.com/2016/03/functional-usb-3-0-ethernet-adapter-nic-driver-for-esxi-5-5-6-0.html
Community Home Labs Resources:
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