Let's not hide the lead - does this statement resonate? (can find it and more detail here) We’re out to change the way people build technology. Among data storage companies, we defy industry conventions, and by pairing our partners and customers with our elegantly simple solutions we hope to forever change expectations of what’s possible from a … Continue reading Ready to Launch!
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HashiConf 2018 – Interview with Mitchell Hashimoto, Part 2
For some background on what's below, see Part 1 of this interview. Without further ado, let's continue into part 2! Integration challenges - there's a classic lower common denominator challenge. In the past I worked with VCE where putting a layer on top of just a "few things" (servers, storage, compute, hypervisors) was really hard … Continue reading HashiConf 2018 – Interview with Mitchell Hashimoto, Part 2
HashiConf 2018 – Interview with Mitchell Hashimoto, Part 1
Yes, this would be the Mitchell Hashimoto for whom HashiCorp is named. For background, see this post about my attending HashiConf and a previous blog from a joint interview with Mitchell & Armon. Do read the previous interview blog first - it covers items I'd originally planned to ask Mitchell and will help what's below … Continue reading HashiConf 2018 – Interview with Mitchell Hashimoto, Part 1
HashiConf 2018 – Interview with Armon & Mitchell
If you follow HashiCorp at all, you're familiar with the co-founders - Armon Dadgar and Mitchell Hashimoto. While Amber Rowland had originally scheduled some time with Mitchell, there was so much good stuff in the Tuesday keynote (live blog here) it ran long disrupting executive briefing schedules. Result = 11:40 AM call from Amber - … Continue reading HashiConf 2018 – Interview with Armon & Mitchell
HashiConf 2018 – Wednesday Morning Keynote
Today's keynotes are a couple different speakers. Started out with a photo montage... https://twitter.com/PariseauTT/status/1055136007299813377 Jeff Barr from AWS on stage next. https://twitter.com/andriven/status/1055136394023059456 If reading this, I ended up posting more on Twitter than here. Disclaimer: I attended HashiConf on a free media pass however paid for my own flights and hotel. There was no requirement … Continue reading HashiConf 2018 – Wednesday Morning Keynote
HashiConf 2018 – Tuesday Morning Keynote
Watch the live stream at http://www.hashiconf.com/live Want the full press release of what's being discussed this morning? Look no further than the official press release here. HashiCorp Showcases Significant Product Updates Across its Multi-Cloud Infrastructure Automation Suite Keynote starting soon - this blog will be a combination of notes and leveraging what I'm putting on … Continue reading HashiConf 2018 – Tuesday Morning Keynote
TL;DR = HashiCorp makes cool stuff for IT Ops (and more). I'm going to HashiConf while on sabbatical to learn more and write about it. Depending on how we met, you might not know that my career started with 7 years in an IT Operations hands-on role at a university. This involved a little bit … Continue reading HashiConf 2018!
Already? Yep, it’s VMworld 2018!
For all that changes in the tech industry, VMworld has been a mainstay for the tech community for more than a decade. As you might expect, Rubrik is doing a lot (we're more than double the size we were last year)...which means I'm a bit busy myself but also really looking forward to it. Packed … Continue reading Already? Yep, it’s VMworld 2018!
Getting Nerdy (Again) on the Oracle Ravello Cloud Service
tl;dr = Oracle's cloud strategy is 1) to allow customers to easily bring what they have at strong price points so 2) customers will build the future with Oracle. They're continuing to execute on that strategy with financial + customer success. For those of you following along at home, the first Oracle Ravello Blogger Day (#RBD1) … Continue reading Getting Nerdy (Again) on the Oracle Ravello Cloud Service
Sad (Backup) Panda
Journey with me back in time to 2001. A fresh out of college, wet behind the ears IT Admin comes in to work EXCITED. After years working Mac Support in the Helpdesk while in college, he’s pinching himself that he’s now working in the datacenter - learning Netware, Border Manager, Linux (Red Hat even), networking … Continue reading Sad (Backup) Panda