Let me start out by saying that VMware has done a very good thing. VMware View is a good product that is difficult to obtain low cost training on (save for recent releases by Train Signal and some work by Mike Laverick) and I think they have finally recognized that. The offer a [...]
Starting a new job is exciting, well it should be anyway. If you aren’t excited about it why would you have accepted the offer in the first place?
My first week at EMC was spent reading. Perhaps it is better described as an opportunity to learn what it is I don’t know, which is always more than [...]
First of all it needs to be said that living in Raleigh, NC is great if you work in IT. Within a 30 minute commute I have:
The company formerly known as Data General (developer of what is known as the EMC CLARiiON today. Head over to Apex (SW Raleigh) and you will find one of 3 EMC manufacturing plants [...]
“Slowly” means that Murphy’s Law reared its ugly head; one of the Intel system boards would not post so I am awaiting an RMA replacement. Thankfully the other board was fine and one of the new systems is up and running fine.
Things I have learned so far:
1) Xeon E5310 and Core 2 Quad [...]
I have developed a theory that a significant number of VMware vSphere/ESXi customers (smaller ones; a couple of hundred servers or so at most) likely don’t use much of the functionality beyond vMotion, DRS, and virtual center. This means that there are a lot of VMware admins (trained or not) who know only basic details about what it is [...]
Earlier today Stefanie Gordon did something innocuous, she tweeted some cool photos (and video) she shot of the space shuttle launch as seen outside the window of the plane she was on. By now you probably know that her tweets went global, being retweeted by NASA and mentioned [...]
Why am I doing this?
It is an odd combination of things that have led me to start a blog. First and foremost among them is that I need a way to stay more engaged in the happenings within the technology arena, something which is critical if I am going to continue to “climb the ladder” within [...]
- How to configure Login VSI to test either VMware View or XenDesktop
- How and why to replace the default VMware View Composer SSL certificate – Part 2
- How and why to replace the default VMware View Composer SSL certificate–Part 1
- Tuning Windows 8 for EUC deployments
- VMware View 5.1 Storage Accelerator in Action
PicturesEMC World 2011
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