So, I’m still working on my Cisco Live write-up, but after five days of walking at the conference and three days of walking through Legoland and Disneyland, I’m going to need a little while to recuperate! In the meantime, I wanted to drop a few quick thoughts on the awesome community that we (all of […]
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I’ve had this post sitting around for a while, and I’m still not sure I should publish it. Of course if you are reading it then I’ve pushed the button and am bracing for the inevitable…
Today, in the technology arena, there is an endless debate that borders on religious at times. Sides are drawn, […]
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As we work to educate people on the value of a truly converged infrastructure product, two of the things we talk a lot about are the concepts of balance and context. Balance within your architecture is important because it helps ensure that no part of the stack overwhelms any other, helping eliminate performance and availability issues and […]
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One of the core value propositions of the Vblock is the reduction of risk and increase in speed-to-market for our customers as they build out their own private cloud or consuming it from one of our service provider partners. This reduction of risk comes as part of a process that is incorrectly labeled as a […]
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In case you didn’t know it, I’m a stats nerd. I love spreadsheets, I love pivot tables, I love statistics, I love data mining. When I worked at Peak 10, my team would roll their eyes every time I’d pull up another Excel sheet to walk through a problem, and our vendors would scowl knowing […]
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If you haven’t seen it, Rob Lloyd, the Cisco EVP for Worldwide Operations and Global Sales sat down with our good friends at CRN and gave a very insightful “state of the organization” interview. It’s a fascinating read in many ways, particularly […]
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Now that the event is over, and everyone is safely back to their normal lives, I wanted to send up a quick recap of the conference. If this event was a precursor to how the VCE 2012 event schedule is going to go, I’m very excited!
Before each event, the marketing team puts together […]
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With the day one issues all put to bed, day two was awesome. The conference seemed much more lively today, and we ended up having a great day of booth presentations, VPLEX demos and hands on labs.
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Have you ever read the Calvin and Hobbes comic strips? I grew up with them, and am a huge fan. One of my favorite recurring things in the series was the concept of “Calvinball”, which was their way of rebelling against the rules they were surrounded by every day. The only rules were that […]
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VCE is kicking off the year with a blow-out event planned for Cisco Live in London. Having arrived on Sunday morning, the booth-building and setup was in full swing through Monday afternoon.
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For the next three weeks VCE is starting off 2012, and celebrating a pretty impressive 2011, by holding a series of sales/technical kickoff meetings in Dallas, Boston and London. These three day gatherings include a number of breakout sessions for the different teams, and include all new collateral, presentations and a first look at some […]
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