Hello all, Time for another newsletter! I am at home once again and quite happy to be here! I was gone for quite a while, and while it is very important to be close to developers when you are a start-up, it is very good to be home too. I have some interesting lab work … Continue reading Newsletter: June 29, 2014
Hello, As you may remember, I did exclaim lately I bought new storage. I am moving from an older QNAP (TS-459 Pro II) and EMC Iomega (PX4-300d) to a new Synology 1813 and have been talking with people lately about moving to new storage so I thought I would blog my experience of the move. … Continue reading File Migration Series – Overview
Hello all, As you may know I have a Piper security device, and quite like it. I have written a lot on this which you can find through this tag - Piper. it has been a while since I last shared anything, but I had a number of things that happened recently that I thought … Continue reading Piper Update – #6
You may have seen something in your email yesterday about new stuff from CloudPhysics. There was a lot of tweeting about it as well. It all boiled down to new funding, and a new offering - and congrats to everyone at CloudPhysics as both are a very big deal. You can find more from the … Continue reading Wow – this is very cool! Thanks CloudPhysics!!
Hello all, A long hard week but things are looking good. Our product is looking good, and I am looking forward to being able to talk about it and show it off. I do suggest everyone pass by our booth at VMworld if you really want to see something a little different, and more useful … Continue reading Newsletter: June 21, 2014
Hello all, I recently had a small issue with one of my storage arrays in my home lab. I asked on Twitter if I should replace the drive or the array and I had one person say to replace the drive. But I had 4 or 5 say Synology. Last night I saw some twitter … Continue reading New Storage in the family!
Hello all, I am a week in at the DG HQ and it has been a lot of fun, but also overwhelming. Start-up life is hard, and busy. As a result I did not blog a lot this week - except for yesterday and today that is. My employer has provided a corporate apartment for … Continue reading Newsletter: June 15, 2014
Hello everyone, This is a basic overview of the reasonable malware defensive strategy that everyone in business should have. Some will have more, but no one should have less. This basic information is likely known by all, or so I thought but this week I learned different. So what I describe here is a defense … Continue reading Malware Defensive Strategy
Wow. I am impressed. The LI 2.0 upgrade was quick and smooth - even though I was using a beta build. And the polish, and elegance is amazing. I know many of the dev team on this product - I worked a lot with Chengdu and Jay, as well as with Spiros, Steve and Jon. … Continue reading Log Insight 2.0 Upgrade – Wow!!
Hello all, I am a few days late on this. VMware released a patch for the 5.5 U1 NFS APD issue that I reported to you some time ago (April 19th in fact). The original KB article is here but you just need to use VUM to update your hosts and you will have protected … Continue reading Alert – NFS APD issue has patch now