A closer look at VMware’s latest Cloud Launch

Today VMware has another cloud launch update, and this one is significant for many reasons. Our underlying goals of VMware Cloud are many. From an [...]

Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI), Sustainability and Green IT

I'm sure it will come as no surprise to many readers that virtualization has brought (and continues to bring) huge benefits with regards to data center [...]

Which policy changes can trigger a rebuild on vSAN?

Some time ago, I wrote about which policy changes can trigger a rebuild of an object. This came up again recently, as it was something that Duncan and I [...]

Catch me at a VMUG in early 2018

Well, I'm delighted to have been invited to present at quite a few VMUGs recently, so I thought I'd share the details of them with you here. I've been working [...]

Registering the Pure Storage VASA Provider

Hot on the heels on Pure Storage's recent announcement on Virtual Volume (VVol) support, I wanted to take a closer look at their VVol implementation for [...]

Big news from Pure Storage

There was lots of big news yesterday from our friends over at Pure Storage. First of all, we had an announcement about their Virtual Volume (VVol) [...]

A new vSAN training class – vSAN Production Operations – now available

A short post today to let you know about a new VMware training class that I helped to create. This new class is called VMware vSAN Production Operations, and [...]