VMworld is a global conference for virtualization and cloud computing, hosted by VMware. It is the largest virtualization-specific event. No wonder, I was pleased to announce my return to this awesome event.
And now, you can enjoy Deji Akomolafe’s, Matt Liebowitz’s and my efforts in creating a demo-packed, full-featured version of the ‘Virtualize Active Directory the right way!’ evergreen VMworld session.
During the VMware VMworld 2020 online event, the video was available to play on-demand for everyone with a free General pass.
About our session
Active Directory Domain Services (ADDS) allows organizations to deploy a scalable and secure directory service for managing users, resources, and applications. Although virtualizing Domain Controllers has been a simple and supported operation for many years, many organizations have been very reluctant to do so.
Organizations have struggled to understand how to properly navigate and avoid the multiple pitfalls (such as synchronization, convergence, security, time management, availability, and data integrity) inherent in virtualizing a production, enterprise-level Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) infrastructure. Even when they have virtualized their Domain Controllers, administrators still worry about the security, safety, and integrity of their AD DS infrastructure.
Watch this session to see how to virtualize AD the right way:
Thank you to VMware for organizing VMworld Europe 2020 and inviting me as a speaker. VMware have also made the recording publicly available. Thank you to Deji and Matt for co-recording this session with me.