I moved to the US in 2016 on an E3 work visa (similar to a H1B visa but linked to an Australian/US trade agreement, renew every 2 years). In 2017, I started the Green Card process by submitting the I-140 to qualify and then the I-485 once it was approved.
As an Enterprise Architect working for a VMware Partner, I am involved in many vSphere Health Checks. One of the most common mistakes we report are incorrectly configured Virtual Machine Hardware settings. In particular, business critical databases built with LSI Logic SAS with a single VMDK and an E1000 vNIC
The following announcements where made at VMworld EU 2019 last week. VMware continues to mature their multi-cloud abstraction, intrinsic security and end user computing solutions.
This week, Nutanix .NEXT 2019 EU was held in Copenhagen, Denmark. There are six announcements of note: ServiceNow integration with Nutanix for Private Cloud IT Automation. This includes Auto-Discovery for CMDB, Alerts Integration for Event and Incident Management & Provisioning Automation for Service Requests. Xi Clusters on AWS ready for
The following announcements where made at VMworld US 2019 this week.
Last week I received my Apple Card and I have been using it for the past week. What I love about my Apple Card are the security features, reporting, ease of use and the rewards program. What is Apple Card? Apple’s vision of credit card services. An Apple branded MasterCard
I get this question all the time – “Hey René, you are an expert on VMware, why do you bother with Nutanix?” or vice-versa, depending upon whether I am talking to a VMware or Nutanix employee. And my answer is, “Well it depends upon the customer requirements, both vendors have