Hello all, Another busy week in the lab. It was also bitter cold. Still is in fact. BBQ last night in bitter cold was sort of tricky. I did get a few articles done - one on using Veeam agents to protect your laptops, and another on how you can get Veeam ONE to do … Continue reading Newsletter: February 16, 2019
Hello all, I hope that this finds everyone well, and hopefully enjoying the weekend too. It was a long week for me, as I had to finish the rebuild of my lab after the array died along with other actual work. I not only rebuilt it but I rebuilt it more realistic in terms of … Continue reading Newsletter: February 9, 2019
Hello all, It was nice to be at home for a week. Got a lot of work done. Even did some work on three sessions I submitted for VeeamON. They are all really useful and interesting but I am not sure if any will get in. They are all technical, and some more than others … Continue reading Newsletter: December 1, 2018
Hello all, I had a week of visiting customers and talking and listening about VAO. How cool is that? Pretty darn cool I think and most appreciated. Getting really close to VMworld and that is exciting. I hope to meet and chat with many of you there. This list of parties at VMWorld was updated … Continue reading Newsletter: August 18, 2018
Hello all, An interesting week, in that I was in the lab a lot, and heard that Veeam was vSAN certified on vSphere 6.5 U2 which took some work! But some of the work was to be ready to head out to visit with customers in the next couple of weeks, but also VMworld. I … Continue reading Newsletter: August 11, 2018
Hello all, This is likely going to be out late. I have spent 6 days in a row working in a data center, to do something pretty simple stuff but yet it has not turned out that way. It is important work, and it will impact many of you so I work hard. So not … Continue reading Newsletter: July 1, 2018 – Happy Canada Day!
Hi all, A very busy week for me, and so I have a few started blog articles I never finished. I hope to catch up soon . I also was able to retire three hosts out of my lab, and bring in two new ones. So much smaller, quieter, and use way less electricity, and … Continue reading Newsletter: February 3, 2018