About MeGreetings, fellow humans! I'm a proud dad of two awesome kids, and my other love is Cloud! Working for 20+ years in tech has taught me 2 things; Always have a backup and yes, it was the network! The last 7+ of those years has been all about the cloud, and when I find the time, a bit of blogging and podcasting too!
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Monthly Archives: December 2014
HP Discover Europe 2014 – Day 2 Roundup
Day 2 started early with the first sessions beginning around 8.30am. I won’t bore you with the details of my day, but I will go through three really [..]
HP 3PAR, Active Directory, barcelona, Conference, DL160, DL180, DL360, DL380, DL60, DL80, File Personas, Fira Barcelona, Gen 9, hp, HP Discover, Keynote, Microsoft, OneView, Priority Optimization, Proliant, The Machine, Thin Provisioning, Virtual File Server, VLAN, VLANs, VMware, VMworld, vSAN, VSANs, Wide Striping
HP Discover Europe 2014 – Day 1 Roundup
It’s been a pretty interesting day here at my first HP Discover, and I thought I would jot down a few thoughts about the day. Many of my [..]
HP 3PAR, barcelona, Conference, DL380, DL60, DL80, Fira Barcelona, hp, HP Discover, Keynote, Microsoft, Office 365, Proliant, VMware, VMworld