Welcome to vswitchzero, a personal blog by Mike Da Costa with a primary focus on VMware NSX, VMware vSphere, Cisco routing and switching and PC hardware.
About the Author:
I’ve worked for VMware since 2011 in several capacities but am currently a Staff Escalation Engineer supporting NSX in the Global Support Services organization. In this role, I work with some of VMware’s largest NSX customers and provide backline support on a variety of complex operational and design issues.
Many years ago, I wrote in-depth product reviews for a couple of PC hardware sites. I was always very passionate about technology and enjoyed technical writing. More recently, I did a rotation on VMware’s Knowledge Management team where I wrote and maintained KB articles for VMware. I also had the opportunity to write a few articles for the VMware Support Insider blog, which rekindled my interest in writing again. I’ve started this blog in the hopes that I can share my knowledge and as an outlet to discuss the things that interest me.
- VMware Certified Implementation Expert Network Virtualization (VCIX-NV)
- VMware Certified Professional Network Virtualization (VCP-NV)
- VMware Certified Advanced Professional 5 (VCAP5-DCA)
- VMware Certified Professional on vSphere 6 (VCP6-DCV)
- VMware Certified Professional on vSphere 5 (VCP5-DCV)
- VMware Certified Professional on vSphere 4 (VCP4-DCV)
- Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA R&S)
- ITIL V3 Foundation Certification
- ITIL V2 Foundation Certification
Blog Posts at the VMware Support Insider:
- Troubleshooting Network Teaming Problems in ESX/ESXi
- Challenges with Multiple VMkernel Ports in the Same Subnet
- Troubleshooting Network Teaming Problems with IP Hash
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Please note that although I work for VMware, all of the views, comments and opinions on this blog are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of my employer.
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