Hi everyone, It has been a busy and difficult week for me. I will talk more about that in a different post. But I also passed my VCP6-DCV so that was good, and I got an interesting article out - vSphere Best Practices. I will keep it current and updated as necessary - and comments … Continue reading Newsletter: February 6, 2016
Hello there, This is a little hard to write for me. I was laid off earlier this week. RIF'ed is the phrase I think. I feel very bad about this particular situation as I believe very strongly in DataGravity. I will continue to cheer for them from the sidelines. It is a bit hard I … Continue reading DataGravity and I, are no longer
Hi all, I have been thinking of doing this for a while. I recently visited a customer who used VMware but not HA or DRS or VUM. When I showed him what they were like he was excited and he is now using them. But as I thought about that I thought of other things … Continue reading My vSphere Best Practices
Hi there, I also had to prep my laptop before it was sent back to HQ. Here is the Apple article that I used. It is pretty good in that it remains you of some good stuff - like de-authorize in the Apple Store. When it got to the point to erase my drive and … Continue reading Wipe you Mac before you sell it, or return it …
Hi there, I had to write this test recently, and it was a little different then I was used too. When I think back, the two SANs Certifications I had to maintain were the hardest, as there was research papers, published papers and tests to deal with. But with the Lotus, Novell, Compaq, HP, IBM, … Continue reading My VCP6-DCV Delta Exam thoughts
Hello everyone, Recently I did an article on using fingerprints from DataGravity inside of the Heureka software to prove something exists or not. Which is a pretty cool thing since you can use the file fingerprint from Heureka or DataGravity to prove something doesn't exist on the DataGravity array, or any of the endpoints that … Continue reading Congrats Heureka Software, for the new release!