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  • XtremIO changes the game and EMC Global Services is there to show our customers how to win with it!!!

      We just completed a major milestone for us at EMC. The launch of XtremIO is a game changer in the IT industry. Realistically, I think that many people haven't really grasped how significant a change it is and what the impact of XtremIO will be on a number of workloads. I'm going to talk a little about XtremIO and what it is in the ...
    Posted to samuel.cavaliere (Weblog) by samuel.cavaliere on November 15, 2013
  • Business justifications for using Cloud Foundry

    I have been watching Cloud Foundry from the sidelines for months and it's about time I get in the game. In my role as an architect I need to be able to communicate to business stakeholders and development teams the value of the architectures I choose. So for me to engage with Cloud Foundry the first step is to look at what the business ...
    Posted to Darius.Khadjenouri (Weblog) by Darius.Khadjenouri on March 30, 2012
  • All Things VMworld Europe Day 0

    Yet again, i have been fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to attend VMworld Europe. I really enjoyed my time last year and knowing what to expect made it even more exciting for me than last year. Monday is Partner day and they definitely made sure all the partners felt welcome with free drinks, loads of top sessions and awards at the end ...
    Posted to Gregg's Blog (Weblog) by Gregg Robertson on October 18, 2011
  • VCAP4-DCA Exam Experience

      I decided to wait until I got my results before I wrote up this blog posting as I felt writing it up straight afterwards would mean I might miss something out and to see if VMware would give me credit for doing things in another way even though I made a mistake. Firstly, unfortunately I failed the exam by 23 points. This was mainly down to ...
    Posted to Gregg's Blog (Weblog) by Gregg Robertson on October 10, 2011
  • All Things VMworld US 2011 Day 3

      Well that’s VMworld coming to an end. It seems to have gone by so quickly but it also means that now we can start talking about VMworld in Copenhagen and I don't have to keep hearing about the killers playing the VMworld closing party (I’m not jealous at all ) . Day 3 is normally the day where everyone hits the solutions exchange, the ...
    Posted to Gregg's Blog (Weblog) by Gregg Robertson on September 1, 2011
  • All Things VMworld US 2011 Day 2

      Wow day 2 of VMworld really stepped it up and the keynote announcements did not disappoint at all. Some amazing announcements during the keynote by VMware CTO Steve Herrod and even a really classic line by Vittorio (Product Manager for EUC at VMware) stating a yellow Ferrari he supposedly hit as part of one of the demo’s isn’t a real ...
    Posted to Gregg's Blog (Weblog) by Gregg Robertson on August 31, 2011
  • All Things VMworld US 2011 Day 1

      Yep seeing as loads of people seemed to like my postings from last year I thought I would do it again and it should also help me to list all the news I need to read up on seeing as my twitter feed for VMworld is going crazy and is going to be a nightmare to keep up with. So here is all the news from day 1 of VMworld US 2011 that I want to ...
    Posted to Gregg's Blog (Weblog) by Gregg Robertson on August 30, 2011
  • VMware vSphere 5 Released

      After three days of waiting from the rumoured release date of vSphere 5, VMware have finally released the binaries for the vSphere 5 suite of products. Having been on a few beta’s that incorporated the new vSphere suite of products I’ve been dying to finally get a hold of the GA version so that I could finally start using it. The binaries ...
    Posted to Gregg's Blog (Weblog) by Gregg Robertson on August 25, 2011
  • vExpert Spotlight

    Just a very quick posting to alert people who may not follow me on twitter that a secret project very close to heart has started being published on the VMware Communities site. It’s been an idea I've had for a while and since I was blessed this year by being selected as a vExpert for 2011 it gave me the perfect opportunity to do it. The first ...
    Posted to Gregg's Blog (Weblog) by Gregg Robertson on August 19, 2011
  • VMware VCAP-DCA: Manage for Performance Course

    A couple of weeks back, I attended the VMware vSphere: Manage for Performance course. This is a recommended course for VCAP-DCA certification – the full title is (deep breath) – ‘VMware Certified Advanced Professional - Datacenter Certified Administrator’. I just wanted to give a heads-up to all those others that have spent the last year ...
    Posted to Jas Dhalliwal's Blog (Weblog) by jaspal.dhalliwal on July 4, 2011
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