Donald S Bacha

Network Administrator with the Cardiovascular Research Foundation, NYC; VMware IT Academy Instructor with PCAge, NJ

I am the Lead Network Administrator for the Cardiovascular Research Foundation in New York City, supporting our organization work of helping doctors to improve the quality of life of people suffering from heart and vascular diseases.I have spent the last 11 years advancing my Network Engineering career, working with great teams, building excellent networks and helping others learn complex technologies.


March 1, 2017


Guest Post: Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) at the Core of Private Cloud

3 min read

Have you ever wondered why some organizations are more successful in delivering services and applications with serious resource constraints to its every increasing distributed workforce? Chances are the IT teams are using some variation of cloud computing to solve these and other modern day IT challenges. Private cloud serves as an enabler for organizations to deliver IT as a service (ITaaS). This makes organizations more agile and efficient through reduction of cost, economies of scale and increased efficiency. Cisco uses its innovative cloud platform to facilitate automation, virtualization and simplification to increase business value whilst reducing total cost of ownership (TCO). Cisco cloud services can be delivered using three methods: first, there is the Cisco private cloud (through internally hosted or owned infrastructure), second, through public cloud (cloud provider delivers services) and finally, a hybrid model (a mix of the previous two).