Monthly Archives: April 2014

IOS 7.1.1 Upgrade

Hello all, I talked with someone in my hotel yesterday about upgrading the iPhone.  They were a little confused and they thought it would be nice if I had a blog on how to do it.  I showed them how

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Newsletter: April 26, 2014

Hello all, My second week on the road and working in HQ.  Pretty good week, and lots of working with engineers which I really like.  But also some fun work building out a realistic lab for demos.  Should be fun

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Server SAN? What is it for? Will it stick around? And what exactly is it?

Yesterday a co-worker – in fact my new boss – sent an email to my fellow PM Steve and I about Server SAN that he found on Wikibon.  You can see the links here and here.  I think they have

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Newsletter: April 20, 2014

Hello all, I had another good week working in the lab, trying to improve our product, which is always fun, but also working with developers and engineers.  So a pretty good week.  In the background has been the NFS issues

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Alert – vSphere 5.5 Update 1 and NFS – dropped connections

Hello all, I started to see comments about this on Twitter yesterday afternoon – NFS hosts losing connections to ESXi hosts.  I saw it from VMware, and NetApp people / customers first.  I heard from guys I knew who said

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Newsletter: April 12, 2014

Hello all, I have had a busy week, and this weekend I head back to the DataGravity HQ which should be a lot of fun.  But this is one of those odd weekends with a full day of travel tomorrow,

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Need some help learning vCO – I do and here is some!

Hello all, Last year (while I still worked for VMware) I realized one day after a few meetings that the following year(s) would have a number of different mainstream products released that would in fact integrate with vCO capabilities.  We

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