With the news that VMware is reducing their line of vSphere offers, and the fact that they now consider vSphere as a non-strategic product, I was thinking about what the future holds for VMware. Please take this with caution, I am fully aware that vSphere is the leading hypervisor in
This article was originally published in Czech language in the september issue of IT Systems magazine. Text © Massimiliano Mortillaro – Thanks to my colleague Tomáš Jirák for reviewing and proofing the original article in Czech. Virtualization and business continuity? The transformation of today’s datacenters, or the reign of nearly/fully
One of the biggest challenges in life is to cut the procrastination and get things done. In a connected world this get harder as helpful family and friends keep posting all kind of stuff going from cats slapping dogs, ridiculously funny stuff, photos of beautiful places, interesting articles and so on.
Today I’ve had the opportunity to comment on Enrico Signoretti‘s blog post about Cisco’s storage strategy and their new UCS Invicta (Whiptail) solution. In his blog post, Enrico expresses a very similar opinion as the one I hold on Cisco strategy, what I read earlier this week on El Reg