Hello all, I had a good week in the lab, and a spent a bunch of time writing my first trip report - of many I hope - at NetApp. Great to get that info to R&D. I sure hope they use it. I trust everyone had a great week? And Friday was Valentines Day, … Continue reading Newsletter: February 15, 2020
Another guest post today - hope you like it! Image Source Although Kubernetes is notoriously complex, there are still many who choose to self deploy Kubernetes. Self, or DIY, deployment grants you full control over your clusters and configurations but requires significant expertise and experience. Before deciding if DIY deployment is right for you, consider … Continue reading DIY Kubernetes: Pros, Cons, and Where to Start
Rather the cost of vSphere is due to its value. When you buy vSphere you get value that has grown over the years, and in fact will continue to grow. It is not a tax since you do not have to buy vSphere. But if you want the value of vSphere you need to pay … Continue reading The cost of vSphere is NOT a tax!
Hello all, I spent the week in Vancouver which is a wonderful city. However it rained the whole time and was cold. I visited customers, and partners and really enjoyed the time. It was great to talk with people about NetApp HCI. I did get an article done that was very interesting to do. It … Continue reading Newsletter: February 8, 2020
Hello all, It is very important to wipe disks before you sell them, or even recycle them, or share them with family. I used to use software called DBAN but it is not so good any longer. Thanks to Paul I learned about some new disk wiping software. This new software caught my attention since … Continue reading Wiping a disk – properly!
Hello all I hope everyone had a good week? Mine was good. I have been home for a month so I am quite happy to spend next week out with customers. I want to specifically say hello to all of the VMware people let go the other day. I know some of you and you … Continue reading Newsletter: February 1, 2020