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: October 2016
Tech Field Day 12 (TFD12) – Preview
For those people who haven’t heard of Tech Field Day, it’s an awesome event run by the inimitable Stephen Foskett. The event enables tech vendors and real engineers [..]
Cloud, Docker, Storage, Tech Field Day Cloud, Cohesity, Dell, DellEMC, docker, DriveScale, EMC, Igneous, Intel, rubrik, Stephen Foskett, StorageOS, Tech Field Day, TFD, TFD12
Amazon AWS Tips and Gotchas – Part 10 – EFS (Elastic File System)
Continuing in this series of blog posts taking a bit of a “warts and all” view of a few Amazon AWS features, below are a handful more tips [..]
Amazon AWS Tips and Gotchas – Part 9 – Scale-Up Patching
Continuing in this series of blog posts taking a bit of a “warts and all” view of a few Amazon AWS features, below is another tip for designing [..]
Re-enabling Blog Post Comments on Tekhead.it
A couple of years ago I got to the point where I felt I had no choice but to disable comments on the site, purely because of the insane amount [..]