Monthly Archives: February 2012

What is ‘Bursting to the Cloud’?

Glad you asked, and in my mind, there are different things that customers mean when they talk about ‘bursting to the cloud.’ The Wrong Way – SIMMULANTS Spontaneous / Simultaneous migration of multiple workloads to a provider due to massive … Continue reading

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Configuring VASA with EMC Storage

Recently, Craig Stewart of the vSpecialist team posted a thorough blog entry on how to configure VASA (VMware APIs for Storage Awareness) with EMC storage.  As you may recall, this feature allows VMware administrators to set up policies for how … Continue reading

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Volunteering for the NCSA

So, I just finished a couple mornings of volunteering at the local middle school for the NCSA National Cyber Security Awareness campaign.  Every October is National Cyber Security Awareness month, promoted by the NCSA (which is in turn funded by … Continue reading

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Best Flight Attendant Ever…

Had to share this… with all our travel, the routine can become very mundane.  I had the best flight attendant on a commuter flight from Richmond, VA to Charlotte, NC today, and I had to share the experience.  Her name … Continue reading

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