Delighted to be selected in the top ten for the second year in a row for An Taisce Clean Coasts – Love Your Coast photography competition. Headed up to
Dublin to meet my friends that were all selected as finalists and got to cheer on the winners. I didnt win (again) but it was really great to see my image hanging from the wall and to see the excellent standard required! Hoping to give it another try next year for sure. The winners are here.
Here were my other submissions that didn’t make the grade. Next year I will be back and I hope to submit more pictures to the Love Your Coast 2019 competition.
One of the biggest pain points customers have when managing their current traditional architectures is patching and upgrades. They want a so
lution that helps them to keep updated but does not introduce risk or take a lot of work to validate and test. Pressures on headcount reductions don’t balance with demands from the business to do more at lower costs. Often preventative maintenance is the first to suffer, and that means existing infrastructure is left to fall further and further behind patching schedules. Continue reading “Hardware is not invisible – VxRail HCI appliance”
If twitter is where the conversation is then you might be following the debate about what exactly is HCI? and does it matter? Does it matter if the H in HCI is for Hypervisor or Hybrid if the outcome is the same? If the H is still really all about the hypervisor, then does it matter which one is used? What about the infrastructure, is it important or invisible in a software defined world? Continue reading “Does the H in HCI matter?”
Someone once told me, the best job that they ever had in their career was in pre-sales. I have thought about that a few times in the past, now I think I know why. I get to present to an audience several times a week on technology that interests me, and i have my own lab with real hardware for getting stick time building out solutions! Continue reading “The day job: Presales at the Customer Solution Center”