For the past two weeks I have been attending the VMware Center for Advanced Learning (CAL) Advanced Architecture course. This is a 9-day course with updates from each of the business units of VMware, including instruction on architecture design and presentation skills. It is intended to include VMware employees and
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Turbonomic recently ran a survey including 846 participants that collected data on the “why” of cloud consumption. It provides some very interesting insight into the trend of cloud services being consumed by enterprise IT. The analysis provided has resonance with “The Enterprise Cloud Bell Curve” blog post I wrote in
Since October last year, RoundTower Technologies has been collaborating with Nutanix on the First Edition of “The Nutanix Design Guide”. This book was written to explain the “Why?” of Nutanix and to present a 40,000ft view of the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud eco-system. This book has something for everyone, even if
This is the VMware Horizon View Design Deep-Dive. I have aggregated all of the design considerations that Wayne Conrad and myself needed to answer for our VMware Horizon View architecture design. Brevity and bullet-points are used to keep the information concise and readable. They are phrased as questions the architect
Yesterday, I defended Dell EMC Certification Master – Enterprise Architect (DECM-EA) for the second time and passed. This post has my recommendations to be successful, visit this link for the DECM-EA program overview.
RoundTower Technologies sells a lot of Nasuni, which is how I came to know about their UniFS solution. Nasuni has come a long way from their early days, and the size of their customer-base is proportional to their growth as a company. What I like about their product strategy, is