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! When I'm not working as CTO, AWS @SoftwareOne, I write blogs and occasionally do a bit of podcasting too...
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- TekBytes #2: The Complexity of Public Cloud Architecture
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I have been running a variety of Intel NUC nodes in my vSphere homelab over the past 3 years now, including the D34010WYKH, DC3217IYE & DC53427HYE. In that [..]
I successfully ran my VMware vSphere ESXi 5.1 Nanolab for 18 months on my pair of Intel NUC DC3217IYE hosts. Early this year I got around to upgrading to 5.5. I [..]
Just a very quick tip I discovered this weekend. If you are using your Intel NUCs with any anger, they will likely run reasonably hot to the touch [..]
For those of you who are regular followers of my blog, you will know I am a great proponent of the Intel NUC range for their low noise, [..]