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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 . . .
Varrow and VMware vCHS Deep Dive Events This Week!
My plan was to get this post up sooner but between a surprise attack from kidney stones, end of quarter, holidays, and PTO...plus a few more excuses I can't think of right now...th . . .
vCloud Director….Now What?
One thing that was missing from VMworld...to many of us it was blatantly missing....was discussion of vCloud Director. Sure, VMware announced v5.5 but it's a very minor revision . . .
The EMC Cloud Architect Certifications Are Now Live! (Oh, I’m now one too…)
Back in December EMC announced a new set of certifications, the EMC Cloud Architect (EMCCA) a . . .
My Recap of a Cloud Heavy Cisco Partner Summit
This week I attended my first Cisco Partner Summit and found it was a really great event. Unlike other partner conferences th . . .
Looking at the Cisco Nexus 1000v for your VMware environment? Some considerations….
We're starting to see a serious uptake in interest in deploying the Nexus 1000v virtual distributed switch. I believe the latest service release calmed some fears about this new . . .
The Great Attack and Cloud Computing
The recent hack attempts and successes against many companies, including Google, have been the talk in many IT circles and commercial organizations lately. I . . .
Google Dropping Price on Cloud Storage
So today Google announced new
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