Monthly Archives: August 2014

Hyper-Flash? Merging Hyperconvergence with All Flash

Today there was an article in the register by Chris Mellor about the Hyperconverged vendors looking to move to all flash inside their platforms. It’s obviously a logical next step to think that if you want ultra high performance in … Continue reading

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VMware joins the hyperconverged party

So the Mystic/Marvin cat is out of the bag and VMware has announced EVO:Rail as their entry in the Hyperconverged infrastructure space. There are several great blog posts about this announcement, and you can tell that VMware was very selective … Continue reading

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Dude you’re getting a Cisco?

First lets get the disclaimers out of the way. I am speaking on my own behalf and not that of my employer. So as you may have noticed, I’ve been a tad quiet as of late since changing jobs and … Continue reading

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#SNLDD Episode 8: New Kid on the Block.

It’s your first day at the new job or with a new team. Are you terrified or excited, or both? As all 3 of you who read this site know, I’m starting a new role at Cisco on Monday, and … Continue reading

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Always Be Changing

In terms of transition and change, I’d say that last 3 years for me have been significant  Moving from the day to day life of a rank and file IT worker and into a career in the vendor space in the role of … Continue reading

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