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Differentiate…Or Die?

I spent the last week on holiday in the Wine Region of Western Australia’s South West. I’ve been holidaying down south since I was a teenager and I’ve seen the region transform over the years…I can’t speak for the years prior to my time spent around Margaret River, Dunsborough and Yallingup, but I had a […] Read More

Passion

During last weeks #APACVirtual Podcast (Episode 70 – Engineers Anonymous pt1 – Engineer2PreSales) the panelists (of which, I was one) where discussing what it took to become a successful candidate in transitioning from a technical engineering role to a pre-sales/architecture role. It was universally agreed upon that passion is a much sort after trait in those roles. Someone who is passionate about what they […] Read More

Load Balancer Internal IP’s Appearing in IIS/Apache Logs: Quick Fix

If you are NAT’ing public to private addresses with a load balancer in between your web server and your Gateway/FireWall device you might come across the situation where the IIS/Apache logs report the IP of the Load Balancer, when what you really want, is the client IP.

It’s obvious that the biggest issue with […] Read More

The Backup Delusion – Part 2

It’s been a while since my first post on this topic, but there has certainly been a lot of thought and effort put into this subject since then. At first I envisaged this to be a two part post, but I think I’m going to break this up over a couple more posts, that focus on a […] Read More

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