I’m going to Virtualization Field Day 6. And, I’ll continue my new tradition of previewing each presenting company before the event. Today, we’ll take a look at FalconStor. Basic Company Info FalconStor is a publically traded company (FALC) with a
Virtualigeek is all speeds and feeds now. So, break out the old school nested virtualization video. Running Windows 10, Windows 8.1 inside of Windows 8.1 VirtualBox host which is running in VMware Workstation 11 on a Windows 7 host. Can
I struggled to find the killer application for Software-Defined Networking. The PacketPushers who are the geekiest of networking geeks don’t feel Cisco ACI or VMware NSX are mature enough for the average enterprise. I am however intrigued by SD WAN.
I’ve decided that it’s time to say “see you later” to virtualizedgeek.com. I’ll get right to it. I’m no longer a virtualization geek, and the brand no longer fits my career trajectory. I haven’t touched a production system since November
I never brought the idea that VMware is doubling down on virtualization. It didn’t make sense to me. While VMware itself was going well, I didn’t see vSphere as a blockbuster solution anymore. A few years later the diversity we
Explaining how a complex technology impacts the business is one of the most difficult aspects of a Technology Architect’s job. I was chatting with an auto mechanic buddy of mine yesterday, and I explained what I did for a living.
After my very public job search last year, I’ve consistently gotten the question why take a job as a SAP Infrastructure Architect? What in the world does SAP have to do with virtualization and new cloud based IT? It doesn’t
Interesting edition of The Reckoning newsletter last night. One of the topics was alternative forms of blogging and the rise of podcasting. Obviously, I’ve already adopted podcasting. I’ve settled on a 3 episode a week release schedule. The format is
Nutanix CEO’s response to VMware’s vSphere support concerns is interesting. One of the more interesting battles in enterprise tech has been the back and forth between Nutanix and VMware. Most recently VMware had gotten a dig in on Nutanix’ end