For those of you following me over the past couple months or years, you probably already know and understand I’m the kind of guy who gets driven and passionate about technology that truly solves problems. The kind of guy who falls in love with software that enables the future and today I’m making that next move …
Category: cloud native
Introduction to Containers as a Service – Come see us at VMworld!
Are you struggling to keep developers from utilizing Amazon and Google services? Have you seen an increase in large Linux servers being requested? Do you want to provide a service offering that your developers can and do want to use? Look no further than this session.
Change in IT is Inevitable, Part 3
Hopefully you can now appreciate why Couchbase server like Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure and other cloud vendors are doing so well. They have developed Salesforce integration services due to which customers don’t have to wait on IT approvals, procurement of hardware or any other IT processes that slow down requests for resources. …
VMworld 2016 public voting is open, please vote for my sessions.
Well it’s that time again and I’m on a crusade to get back to the stage at VMworld. Thankfully we’re back in Vegas this year so I must say it’s going to be a great year. If you’ve ever been a participant in any of the sessions that I’ve been involved in you already know that …
Motorcloud returns to VMworld
That’s right Motorcloud 2.0 is going to be on display this year with Jay Marshall (now with google) and myself presenting some great devops strategies for your private, hybrid, and public cloud consumption. We will highlight using the automation tools to enable “Mode 1” test and dev on both vSphere and vCloud Air. Then we …
VMworld 2015 Public Voting
Early last week public voting opened up for VMworld Sessions and I would appreciate your support for the sessions I submitted. These sessions will be engaging and exciting and most importantly WILL include live demonstrations!
VMware getting back to our roots
First a little history lesson, did you know that VMware’s first product released to market was workstation? Any guess who the first real users were to adopt this? I ask these questions to help illustrate why I believe we are going back to our roots a bit with the announcements today. Thanks to Pat, Kit …