Christian Mohn

About the author

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Christian Mohn is a six-time VMware vExpert (2011-2016), and Veeam Vanguard (2015-2016) an IT industry veteran and blogger with more than 19 years of experience. In 2015 Christian was also named as a VMware Norway Ambassador or the yearPernixPro, and Cisco Champion.

He is also a member of the Norwegian VMUG leadership and has helped launch VMUG in 3 Norwegian cities.

Christian currently works as a Senior Solutions Architect for Proact in Norway. He is formerly a Cloud Architect for Norway’s largest IT company EVRY in the Cloud Consulting division, where he helped enterprise clients navigate the ever changing world of datacenters as well as serving as the Tech Champion for server virtualization.

Prior to joining EVRY, Christian was the Infrastructure Manager for a large Norwegian Shipping company, where he introduced virtualization throughout the organization.

He is also one of the hosts of the vSoup Virtualization Podcast, and a member of the SearchServerVirtualization Advisory Board.

Christian lives in Bergen, Norway with his wife and two kids.

Certifications / Awards

 

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VCA Data Center Virtualization
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VCE Certified Converged Infrastructure Associate (VCE-CIA)

CV / Resume:

Downloadable version of my LinkedIn profile (pdf)

Elsewhere:

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SearchServerVirtualization Articles (Quotes):

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Podcasts (non-vSoup):

Talks:

You can find me on the following social networks as well:

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Or you can have a look at my about.me page.

Contact info:

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Disclaimer

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