VMworld 2013 was all about NSX, VMware’s network virtualization play. VMware has bet big on NSX and I talked to their customers and partners. Hear what they had to say and what I think.
First day of VMworld 2013 I interview my wife and get an outsider’s perspective of the world of Virtualization Geeks.
I get the question on how to get started in virtualization. I try to tackle the question in this episode of Tech Talk. I’m sure it will spawn more questions than answers but, that’s good.
Episode 23 of Tech Talks With VMworld 2013 fast approaching the star of the show is expected to be NSX, VMware’s Network Hypervisor. What impact will it have on the industry.
Talking a little vOpenStack. That’s right you heard me vOpenStack is what I’m hoping to see from VMware at VMworld.
With Cloud becoming more prominent in the enterprise there is a direct impact to the System Administrator role. With less and less in-house infrastructure where does that leave the SA? I discuss the future demise of the SA in the enterprise and where the opportunities for the technical resource exists in the Cloud enabled enterprise.
I provide some context around my assertion that Network Virtualization is Vaporware.
Too often I run into both management and engineers that default to the thinking that migrating infrastructures to Cloud computing will reduce costs. It’s true that there are some capital expenses that will be reduced once you account for depreciation but I think people are a little over optimistic in the amount of operating expensesContinue reading “Tech Talk Episode 19 – The hidden cost of public cloud”
Discussing if Network Virtualization is Vaporware based on my post on Tech Target http://searchnetworking.techtarget.com/opinion/Is-network-virtualization-real-or-just-vaporware
Episode 17 is random talk about SDN and NFV.