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  1. Two rivals negotiating for some kind of strategic partnership? Here is a link to get started. This was found on Twitter. Analysis will shortly follow. http://www.crn.com.au/news/cisco-ceo-admits-talks-with-vmware-about-aligning-sdn-419818
  2. http://blogs.vmware.com/euc/2016/04/how-hr-block-uses-vdi-to-meet-the-tax-season-rush.html Will elaborate on this (today: May 11)
  3. NSX now offers three options: Standard, ?, and Enterprise. IN PROGRESS. This was found on Twitter a couple days ago. Will report back.
  4. Please check back later for more details. ETA of completion: July 31. Last updated: July 3. Marshall, Nick, Grant Orchard, and Josh Atwell. Mastering VMware vSphere 6. Indianapolis: Sybex, 2015. 845 pages: Available on softcover and Kindle Picture needs to be re-added.
  5. Please check back later for more details. ETA of completion: July 31. Last updated: July 3. vLaunchPad: This is the best-organized list of VMware resources available, including the top 100 best VMware blogs, which is voted on annually. This page was made by @ericsiebert which is one of our listed VMware Top Contributors. He also authors vSphere-Land, which offers some general information on VMware. VMUG: VMware User Group. This is the largest international organization of virtualization user. Local chapters are organized by region. Membership is free, but joining VMUG Advantage for $200/year will give you 365-day trials for most VMware products as well as various discounts. VMUG Wiki: There is a fair amount of thoughtful content here. VMware Certifications: A breakdown of VMware certifications on the official site. However, this will not give you information on an exam (such as blueprints, cost, duration, or number of questions) unless you have proven eligibility for that particular exam. VMware Community Forums: Very advanced peer to peer troubleshooting assistance on the official site, covering the full range of VMware technology. VMware Knowledge Base: VMware's official knowledge base. May need to change tab like features on leftmost column to make it readable on mobile. Yellow-Bricks.com: A VMware blogging site ran by top contributor and author Duncan Epping, who is one of our Top Contributors, and also ranked at the #1 blog on vLaunchPad.
  6. Göpel, Ralph. Praxishandbuch VMware vSphere 6. Heidelberg: O'Reilly, 2016. Print. 560 pages: Available on hardcover or Kindle Picture needs to be re-added. This book is in German and translates to Practice Handbook for VMware vSphere 6. It is an excellent way to brush up on the language if you know just a little bit. Most of the screenshots and even the technical terms sound just like the English ones. For example: "Bei PowerCLI handelt es sich um eine Sammlung von mehreren Hundert Commandlets (Cmdlets) für PowerShell, mit denen sich ESXi-Hosts, vCenter Server oder aber auch vCloud-APIs und der Site Recovery Manager ansphrechen lassen" (279). Translation: "PowerCLI acts with a library of about a hundred multi-purpose commandlets (cmdlets) for PowerShell that work on ESXi hosts but also may address vCloud APIs and Site Recovery Manager." If you want to give this a shot and you aren't completely fluent, then the best online German dictionary is Leo.org and the best site to find plural forms and word formations is Canoo.net. Even if you are fluent, this will help you to pick out the technical terms. You will see many options for each word searched for on Leo, so you will need to rely on context to isolate the technical terms. But once you know them the rest is ordinary language! This also happens to be an excellent book. I find it comparable to the English Mastering VMware vSphere 6, published by Sybex, because both of these are designed to give you the information you need to perform as a vSphere admin rather than just pass the VCP. Both, of course, also are quite helpful in preparing for VMware exams. A+