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A great VMworld show behind us

VMWorld 2011 comes to an end and four days of meetings, keynotes and exhibits and parties are behind us. It was certainly an eye-opening experience and also a reafirmation that virtualization and Cloud are having a positive impact in the industry and our customers. We were lucky to talk to many customers at the Cisco booth and demonstrate our latest technologies, including the UCS, our orchestration and automation products, VDI, etc. It’…

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Big Compute, Big Data, Big VMworld 2011 session

This is a review post for the Big Compute and Big Data, NoSQL session. Hmm, when signing up for the session I was concerned about being a little lost on the topic, but the panel was very good. It consisted of members from SAS, Clodera, Data Tatics, VMwware and EMC. So, right of the bat, we are talking about Big Compute, Big Data. Not sure how these phrases get started but, someone coined the phrase and now it seems to be used a lot for large an…

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Securing Your Virtual Infrastructure

Virtualization provides extraordinary benefits to organizations of all sizes. By moving multiple workloads into one physical server, companies have been able to optimize the usage of their data center infrastructure, minimize procurement and operational costs, and increase the overall efficiency of their operations. The growing number of organizations migrating mission-critical workloads to virtual environments has created a critical need to evo…

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VMworld 2011 – Day 2 – Daily Blogger Techminute – Cloud Computing

Daily Blogger Techminute is back in Vegas Baby, Vegas!!  This time it’s for VMworld 2011. So far the show has been huge (20,000+ attendees) and past paced with announcements from Cisco, VMware and our partners. The Cisco booth is focused on Cloud/Virtualization, VDI/VXI and Automation, so we thought it would be great to kick off the week with experts in all of those areas. Our techblogger guests today were: Jay Cuthrell (@qthrul, Prin…

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Introducing VXLAN

From my perspective, Cisco continues to be a fun place to work for a couple of reasons.  First of all, we have a company full of really smart geeks with networking chops second to none.  Second, we have the freedom to push boundaries and find ways to make our customers’ lives easier. Bring those two together and you get some interesting results, like the new VXLAN technology we announced at VMworld today. Working with industry notables, Cisco co…

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