In 2008 Rick took his experience to the Internet by starting his blog site, VMwareTips.com. Shortly after starting his blog site he started contributing to the San Diego area VMware Users Group (VMUG) where he helped lead the group bringing virtualization knowledge to the community. Also during this time-frame he started contributing as a technical editor for a number of published books on VMware, including Scott Lowe’s “Mastering VMware vSphere 4″. In late 2009 Rick was honored by becoming one of the first VMware Certified Design Experts (VCDX), #21 to be exact. The VCDX is VMware’s highest level certification, which requires two exams, one lab focused exam and a final design and defense process which is conducted by other VMware VCDX’s.
Early 2010 Rick accepted a role within EMC, parent company of VMware, as part of their VMware Global Alliance team, known world-wide as the vSpecialists. In this role he evangelizes the benefits of virtualization, application modernization and next generation end-user computing. His deep technical experience and business knowledge allow him to carry conversations at all organizational levels, including executive management. His ability to turn business requirements and technical possibilities into successful projects makes him one of the most sought after resources within the organization.
Rick is available to speak with your organization or at your industry event, he can be contacted via his website at VMwareTips.com
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Created on September 10, 2008 by Rick Scherer
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