Monthly Archives: March 2014

Are we failing the true business needs? PART1

Holistically the datacenter has never so healthy; there’s a myriad of technology providers training their teams to deliver the best of the best Value Added Services around the datacenter acquisitions to meet today’s most demanding requirements. Great! While the datacenter … Continue reading

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vSAN and vmKernel

Everyone blogged about! I figured I should too… if you know what I mean LOL. This is not intended to be technical. Think about this blog as thoughts sharing. I will give myself some time to evaluate vSAN in my … Continue reading

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FAT VM? Enable SDDC with vCAC

If you’re planning to move ahead your datacenter operating system journey, your natural next step is to evaluate how efficient was your past investments in virtualization and what are the challenges it created. From server sprawl to operational efficiencies, the … Continue reading

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Converging… among other things

 It was a time where Converged meant passing on a single medium 2 protocols: Fiber and Ethernet and we called solution enabling such technologies “Converged infrastructures” because in essence you were “converging” two technologies onto a single “wire”. Times have … Continue reading

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