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October, 2015

Gene Kim Keynoting Sirius Madness 2016!

That's right!  Madness is still on!  The Madness continues and will be called Sirius Madness and is happening on March 17th, 2016 at the Westin in Charlotte, NC. This year I'm v . . .
June, 2015

Nutanix and Acropolis: Should VMware Be Worried?

This week Nutanix officially announced Acropolis, their hypervisor based on KVM.  As expected there has been a lot of fanfare and hype about this release....but should VMware, the . . .
November, 2014

Announcing a New Course with PluralSight! VMware NSX: Intro and Install

It's about time!  When word got around that I was working on this course I've been asked a hundred times when it was going to be out.  Well, it's out!  This is the first of thre . . .
October, 2014

The VMAX3: Why Enterprise Class is Still Very Relevant

This year most of the attention in the storage world has focused on the new shiny all-flash arrays (AFAs).  They are fast.  They are easy to manage.  They scale reasonably well . . .
October, 2014

Announcing the Varrow Madness 2015 Keynote Speaker!

You can register for Varrow Madness 2015 here.  Please put my name (Jason Nash) as . . .
September, 2014

Demo of EMC’s Hybrid Cloud Solution

At VMworld in August EMC showcased their hybrid cloud solution based on EMC and VMware products and technologies.  The highlight of this was the fact that it was built in a very s . . .
August, 2014

Double VCDX and the New VCDX-NV

This morning I got some great news, that I'm now a double VCDX.  My first one was the VCDX-DCV (Data Center Virtualization) certification that I received in 2010 and now the VCDX- . . .
July, 2014

Introducing the EMC XtremIO Implementation Course from PluralSight!

It's about time that I got another course done!  I'm a little late on announcing this as it came out almost two weeks ago.  We're very pleased to announce the EMC XtremIO Impleme . . .
June, 2014

Are You Ready for Automation?

Software-Defined This...and Software-Defined That.  It's everywhere.  Well...the phrases are.  Actual products and technologies are still showing up to the party.  But they mea . . .