Monthly Archives: February 2014

Holiday Alert – out looking for tigers!

Hello all, I wanted everyone to know that I am taking some time off.  Not really the best time in my new work life, but it was booked already.  My wife and I are off looking for tigers.  I hope

Posted in General, Holiday

Newsletter: Febuary 13, 2014

Hello all, I have had a good week at PEX.  Lots of interesting people, and old friends were good to see again.  There were several people that were properly NDA’ed and it was fun to be able to talk about

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Posted in Alert, Newsletter

DataGravity Early Access Program

Hello all, I wanted to talk with you about the Early Access Program for partners at DataGravity.  Many of you that read this blog know me.  You know that I was a partner SE at VMware and that I have

Posted in DataGravity

Newsletter: February 9, 2014

Hi all, I had not expected to do this today.  I thought tonight or tomorrow early.  But the kind of VMware partner I am means I don’t get all the access I thought it did.  Most but not all.  I

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Posted in Newsletter

Piper Update #1 – external access

Hi everyone, In this I reported how much I liked Piper.  Well, things have gotten a little odd.  What I reported is correct.  But I wanted to share what I have found during a week or so of use.  Including

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Posted in Home Automation

vC Ops Custom UI is not empty by default!

I was recently talking with someone about the Custom UI in vC Ops.  They were only using the vSphere UI part of vC Ops and they were happy with it but wanted more ‘power’.  They thought it was in the

Posted in Uncategorized

Wow! I like the Blacksumac Piper gadget a lot!

Hi all, I just had this show up.  I supported them early on and today their product showed up.  I am talking about the Blacksumac Piper  – a very cool gadget.  They call it Home Security and automation in a

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Posted in Home Automation, Review