Heterogeneous virtualization has been a hot topic among clients and last week at the Gartner Data Center conference in Las Vegas I presented a session on the subject. During the session, I polled the audience on their heterogeneous virtualization plans. Fifty participants responded to each polling question. The first question I asked was about the [...]
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by Chris Wolf | December 11, 2012 | 2 Comments
by Chris Wolf | June 21, 2012 | 8 Comments
Standardization Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or (SADD): (n) A condition in which one professes to support standardization, yet can’t help but be distracted by the newest, shiniest object – Opex costs be damned. I’m a hypocrite. There. I said it. It’s almost therapeutic. Are you one too? Here’s how I see it. We are all [...]
by Chris Wolf | August 5, 2010 | 14 Comments
Today I was working with a client on their next generation data center architecture. They are building a highly virtualized data center with the goal of offering cloud IaaS to other departments within the organization. While talking about VM templates we discussed a favorite topic of mine – virtual hard disk structure. For several years, [...]