About the author
Christian Mohn is a five-time VMware vExpert (2011-2015), an IT industry veteran and blogger with more than 18 years of experience. In 2015 Christian was also named as a PernixPro, Cisco Champion and Veeam Vanguard.
He is also a member of the Norwegian VMUG leadership and has helped launch VMUG in 3 Norwegian cities.
Christian currently works as an Cloud Architect for Norway’s largest IT company EVRY in the Cloud Consulting division, where he helps 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.
Christian lives in Bergen, Norway with his wife and two kids.
Certifications / Awards
CV / Resume:
- Expanding the Boot Volume of a Windows Server 2008 Virtual Machine
- Installing Chromium in VMware Player 3.0
- Installing Ubuntu 9.10 as a Virtual Machine in Windows
- Author Learning Veeam® Backup & Replication for VMware vSphere
- Technical Reviewer VMware vSphere Cookbook 5.1
- ITpro.no Intervju: Christian Mohn (Norwegian)
- Veeam Whitepaper: 7 Expert Tips for Managing Your Remote vSphere Infrastructure
- Foreword in Building End-User Computing Solutions with VMware View
SearchServerVirtualization Articles (Quotes):
VMware users eye changes to Update Manager
VMware users hope PXE Manager isn’t just a fling
VMware vSphere Storage Appliance: Devil’s in the details
VMware coaxes vSphere 5 upgrades with new VMFS, SRM
Virtualization 2012: Hyper-V 3 vs. vSphere 5 showdown looms
Storage and DR take virtualization center stage in 2012
VMware source code leak: The implications (podcast)
VMware releases slew of security updates, references code leak
VMware vs. Microsoft: Cloud management is the new battlefield
VMware pros hail death knell for vRAM
Experts weigh in on CTO Herrod’s departure, future of VMware
VMware shops greet Virsto arrival with caution
VMware VDP 5.5 improvements expected to drive down competitor pricing
New VMware certification policy has room for improvement, VCPs say
SearchServerVirtualization Advisory Board:
- October 2011
What’s your most terrifying virtualization management story?
- December 2011
Server virtualization predictions for 2012
- February 2012
Devising in-house workarounds to solve virtualization problems
- April 2012
What’s in your virtualization home lab?
- June 2012
What are your biggest virtualization challenges?
- August 2012
VMworld 2012 expert predictions
- October 2012
Examining the value of a virtualization certification
- December 2012
Server virtualization trends and predictions to watch for in 2013
- December 2013
Server virtualization trends to expect in 2014
- February 2014
Better IOPS in a flash: Why now is the time to start using SSD storage
- July 2014
Expectations high for a VMware converged infrastructure product
- December 2014
Server virtualization trends and predictions for 2015
- August 2015
Experts weigh in: VMworld 2015 predictions
- November 2011
Veeam Community Podcast #45: vSphere 5 Storage Potpourri
VMTN Subscription Movement Miniwags – Christian Mohn
- April 2012
SearchServerVirtualization.com: This Week in Virtualization VMware source code leak: The implications
- February 2013
APAC Virtualization Podcast Episode 67 – Virtualisation Podcast Roundup
- January 2014
Virtualization User Podcast as a Service: All about partners with a Tech Champion
- July 2014
VMware Marvin speculation and VMworld expectations
- 19th February 2015
VMUG Norway: vSphere 6.0 – What’s New?
- 14th March 2014
EVRY Fagtinget: Software Defined Data Center – Evolusjon eller Revolusjon
- 10th September 2013
Veeam Webinar: Hvorfor velger ekspertene Veeam Backup&Replication™ V7
- 11th April 2013
EVRY What´s Hot: VMware Horizon: Styr brukeren, ikke dingsen.
- 26th October 2012
EVRY What´s Hot: Nytt fra VMworld (News from VMworld)
- 20th November 2012
Microsoft Technology User Group Bergen: VMware og Windows Tuning
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