Virtual Engine are honoured to have been highlighted by RES Software in their 5 year milestone of the RES Software Valued Professional programme. Having two RSVP members is in itself a privilege, but to have received recognition for our efforts with the Virtual Engine Toolkit is also important to us.
Needless to say we are already working on the next major version of VET which incorporates a complete overhaul of the user interface. Thank you to Bob de K and the RES team for publically recognising the time and effort we contribute to the community.
It’s my pleasure to introduce Dan Beeson who will be a guest blogger on the Virtual Engine blog. Dan is one of a handful of techies in the UK to be rewarded with the RES Software Valuable Professional (RSVP) title. Needless to say this is something that is rewarded and not something you can buy (not that I’ve asked!). He currently works for a law firm in London and has vast experience deploying and managing desktops.
Dan has been using RES Automation Manager for many years and also has recent experience with Service Orchestration in a production environment. As Service Orchestration is “new in 2011” there are not many people who are in a position in the UK to deploy it to its full potential. Therefore, there will hopefully be some great blog posts in the coming months.
Nathan and I would also like to take this opportunity to personally thank Dan for a) taking the opportunity to help the community and b) for taking the time to do this. We both know how much time and effort is needed to write good blog posts, hence the lack of recent activity.
Rest assured that there are many things in the pipeline. In the meantime, Dan will hopefully be filling in the gaps!