Opinion

Work Life Balance: My Impossible Reality

I’ve been wanting to write about this topic for a while but haven’t been able to articulate myself in terms of the message I wanted get across until now. This post is about work life balance and how it’s so critical to maintain. This is about not letting yourself become consumed by work and career. […] Read More

Azure Stack – Microsoft’s White Elephant?

Microsoft’s World Wide Partner Conference is currently on again in Toronto and even though my career has diverged from working on the Microsoft stack (no pun) over the past four or five years I still attend the local Microsoft SPLA monthly meetings where possible and keep a keen eye on what Microsoft is doing in […] Read More

Top vBlog 2016: Aussie (vMafia) Representation

The Top vBlog for 2016 Results where announced a couple of nights ago and Australia had an ok representation this year, though the number of active bloggers on the list has decreased from last year. There where 321 blogs listed at vSphere-Land.com. I know of a lot more bloggers locally so if you have a chance head over […] Read More

Quick Thought: The Lonely Traveler…Isolated No More! #WiFi

WiFi on planes is here…well its been around for the best part of a decade as I can remember paying $50 for a 30 minute stint back in 2006 on a flight from London to Singapore back in 2006 that didn’t actually work on my Microsoft PDA device. Fast forward ten years an Emirates offer […] Read More

The Change Message is on Repeat…I Reckon Evolve! – VMUG UserCon Take Away

Yesterday I attended the Melbourne VMUG UserCon for 2016 and had a great day catching up with community friends, presenting with PernixData and attending other quality sessions. As I listened to Keith Townsend‘s morning Keynote I couldn’t help but think that I had heard one of his core messages around change before…Sure enough not one year […] Read More

ESXi Bugs – VMware Can’t Keep Letting This Happen!

VMware is at an interesting place at this point in time…there is still no doubting that ESXi and vCenter are the market leaders in terms of Hypervisor Platform and that the vCloud Suite offers a strong portfolio of management, automation and monitoring tools. However VMware has become the hunted and is suffering what most massivly successful tech companies go […] Read More

Top Posts 2015

2015 is pretty much done and dusted and it’s been an great year in for Virtualization is Life! There was a 300% increase in site visits this year compared to 2014 and 1600% increase in visits since the first year I began blogging in 2012. In 2015 I managed to pump out 110 Posts (including this […] Read More

AWS…Complex Simplicity?

I came across a tweet over the weekend which showed a screen grab of the AWS product catalog (shown below) and a comment pointing out the fact that the sheer number of AWS services on offer by Amazon was part of the reason why they are doing so well. The implication was that AWSs dominance was in part due […] Read More

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