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The Next Wave of Data Protection(?) Access!

So, it’s been a little bit of time since the last post. As you may have seen, I have taken […]

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I Lost my Job to AWS

Okay, so maybe I didn’t quite “lose” my job to AWS, but after reading a few articles published in 2014, […]

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Storage Alchemy LLC / VMTurbo

Okay, so it is official, Storage Alchemy LLC is off the ground and running.  Right now I am helping some […]

The Storage Alchemist in Prague

Alright, landed safe in Prague and was picked up by one of my colleagues and whisked away to the IBM […]

Top 10 Reasons to Use IBM for VM Deployments

  After a full first day at VMworld, I started to think more about IBM and their technology solutions that […]

Virtual Disk Storage

History truly does repeat itself.  We are talking about the history of data storage.  Every once and a while a […]

The Side Effects of Backup on Server Virtualization

Server virtualization has changed the IT landscape dramatically.  It has become a magic potion curing a number of ills in […]

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7 Takeaways from EMC World 2014

So, I only spent two days there but what can you say? Lots of energy went into the making of […]

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The Desired State of IT

Server virtualization has long promised unprecedented economic savings for IT; and, to be fair, there are some area where server […]

Defining Cloud

A decade or so ago, service providers made a valiant attempt trying to change the way IT managed there applications […]

5 Most Interesting Things at VMworld 2011

Two solid days at VMworld 2011 and I got to do and see a lot.  Here is a breakdown of […]

Storage Efficiency Spotlight at VMworld

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Sever + Storage Optimization = Datacenter Utopia

Matt Prigge had a really great article on his InfoWorld Data Explosion blog called "VMware vSphere raises the bar -- again".  In […]