vCloud, the Morphing Channel Behavior and Neural Circuits

A few days ago I have received an email from an IBM Business Partner I used to work with during my previous life. They are (admittedly) a small partner working primarily with local Italian SMB customers and they are (or I should say were) in the business of reselling hardware, software and integrate . . . → Read More: vCloud, the Morphing Channel Behavior and Neural Circuits

My Cloud Consumer Experience – Episode 4: Managing Workloads with vCloud Connector

I am very excited about this episode. Today we are announcing a new technology called VMware vCloud Connector and this is going to be the core of this episode. But before you read on I urge you to read this other post of mine that went live together with this and that explains, . . . → Read More: My Cloud Consumer Experience – Episode 4: Managing Workloads with vCloud Connector

VMware vCloud Connector: on the way to the Hybrid Clouds

Talking from experience, trying to explain “cloud computing” comes with its own challenges. Trying to explain “hybrid cloud computing” is even harder. I always like to think about cloud computing (or hybrid) not as a weapon that marketing departments gave us to cheat people, but rather as a name (or a concept if . . . → Read More: VMware vCloud Connector: on the way to the Hybrid Clouds

My first year @ VMware

It was dense! That’s pretty much it.

Today 3/2/2011 (or 2/3/2011 as the US folks would erroneously write) marks my very first year at VMware.

My switch from IBM (where I worked for 15 years) to VMware was a quick one and among the contacts I have made to . . . → Read More: My first year @ VMware