Big Data and Analytics for Dummies
A: Knock Knock B: Who’s there? A: Dummy B: Dummy who? A: Dummy you without a big data and analytics project (jk). But you are in luck, I happen to have the book for you – Big Data and Analytics for Dummies. If you are so hung up on the words, “for dummies,” here is […]
F5 Agility Vienna | Welcome to ‘The City of Dreams’ where Hi-tech Meets Tradition
It is spring time in Vienna now, the music is pervasive, and the Stadtpark is transforming into a place of epicurean delights. I vividly remember my student days when “Ich...
Building an Agile ITSM with Cisco ACI/CliQr and ServiceNow
Part 2 of 2 In the first part of my IT Service Management (ITSM) blog, I summarized how digital transformation is profoundly changing IT service delivery operational...
Feel the Love!
Cisco just received wonderful news from SAP: Customers love us! OK, we already knew that – not because we...
Container Networking is in full bloom at ONUG Spring 2016
It’s Spring and that means the IT events season is in full bloom. The calendar at that time of the year is packed and we are looking forward to ONUG (Open Networking User Group) Spring 2016. The event will be at held at Intuit’s headquarter in Mountain View, CA from May 9-11, 2016. It’s going […]
How Digital Transformation is Disrupting IT Service Management
Part 1 of 2 Tackling the planet’s largest, most fearsome waves motivates surfing pros to take terrifying risks. Take Carlos Burle, a Brazilian big wave surfer, who unofficially...
Vblock Systems Built on a Foundation of UCS Integrated Infrastructure
I’m looking forward to EMC World 2016 at the Venetian in Las Vegas where thousands of attendees will meet and learn about the latest in compute, storage, networking, and solutions. ...
Interop and EMC World – A double header in Vegas next week
If it is May, it must be raining conventions in Las Vegas. I am heading for a double header the first week of May to be part of the excitement...
Bring Application Intent to Networking Containers
Yesterday, Mike Cohen’s post Networking Containers: Policy Finally Comes of Age appeared on the Open Networking User Group blog site. He talks about the tremendous interest among application developers to use Linux containers to develop, deploy, and operate applications. Containers and microservices simplify complex application development into smaller, less risky software components with the benefits of portability and […]