On Wednesday afternoon I got an unexpected invite to sit with Dom Delfino from Cisco and Chad Sakac from EMC to do a video recap of VMworld!
These things are a clear doubled-edged sword for me, personally and professionally. I’m completely comfortable in front of the camera, and don’t have any issues […]
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To go along with the general theme of VMworld 2012 for VCE, today it was announced that Cloupia has formally joined the VCE Technology Alliance Partner program, and that they will offer their end-to-end converged infrastructure management and orchestration solution to offer cloud services on VCE Vblock Systems.
There are a couple […]
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In a bit of cool, cross-company promotion, folks from VCE will be posting articles to Cisco, EMC and VMware blogs, highlighting releases that are being made at VMworld. If you are interested in the entire list of events and sessions that VCE is participating in, check it out here. What I want to […]
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The big news this morning is VMware’s announcement of the upgraded vSphere 5.1 and the introduction of the new vCloud Suite licensing model. As the world’s most advanced converged infrastructure, Vblock Systems are going to naturally take the lead in support and availability for this powerful new technology and simplified licensing model.
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See what I did there? For a moment I pretended I worked for a bastion of technology news reporting and made up a completely ridiculous title just to attract page views. Of course, I don’t advertise on this site at all, so I guess the joke is on me…
Anyway, I’m not a Mac guy. […]
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UPDATE: Alex Bligh gives a great rebuttal to my comments here: http://blog.alex.org.uk/2012/08/21/in-defence-of-the-death-of-private-clouds/ Kudos to Alex and the Flexiant team for being good sports. His comments make sense, and my guess is that after a pint or three we’d meet somewhere in the midde.
DISCLAIMER: I actually feel bad having written this. It seems pointedly mean-spirited […]
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