All posts by Greg Schulz

iVMcontrol iPhone VMware management, iTool or iToy?

iVMcontrol iPhone VMware management, iTool or iToy?
March 31, 2014 No Comments »

A few months back I was looking for a simple easy to use yet robust tool for accessing and managing my VMware environment from my iPhone. The reason being is that I don’t always like to carry a laptop or ... Read More »

Missing flight MH370 should remind us, do you know where your digital assets are?

Missing flight MH370 should remind us, do you know where your digital assets are?
March 28, 2014 No Comments »

I recently did a piece over at InformationSecurityBuzz called Dark Territories, Do You Know Where Your Information Is? In that piece (click here), I bring up the topic of dark territories which with the recent missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370 ... Read More »

Its Award Season: Time for 2014 top VMware and virtualization blog voting

Its Award Season: Time for 2014 top VMware and virtualization blog voting
March 5, 2014 No Comments »

It’s that time of the year again for award season including with the recently wrapped up 2014 Winter Olympic (and benchmarking games), the academy awards and many others. That also means it is time again for the annual top VMware, ... Read More »

Old School, New School, Current and Back to School (With Poll)

Old School, New School, Current and Back to School (With Poll)
March 1, 2014 No Comments »

Are you old school or new school? If you are new school or old school, then will you be stuck on those school’s of thought or advanced to the current and future schools? Old School From the old school folks ... Read More »

Has Nirvanix shutdown caused cloud confidence concerns?

Has Nirvanix shutdown caused cloud confidence concerns?
February 21, 2014 No Comments »

Recently seven plus year old cloud storage startup Nirvanix announced that they were finally shutting down and that customers should move their data. Nirvanix has also posted an announcement that they have established an agreement with IBM Softlayer (read about ... Read More »

Seagate Kinetic Cloud and Object Storage I/O platform (and Ethernet HDD)

Seagate Kinetic Cloud and Object Storage I/O platform (and Ethernet HDD)
February 17, 2014 No Comments »

Seagate announced today their Kinetic platform and drive designed for use by object API accessed storage including for cloud deployments. The Kinetic platform includes Hard Disk Drives (HDD) that feature 1Gb Ethernet (1 GbE) attached devices that speak object access ... Read More »

Server Storage I/O Network Benchmark Winter Olympic Games

Server Storage I/O Network Benchmark Winter Olympic Games
February 13, 2014 No Comments »

It is time for the 2014 Winter Olympic games in Sochi Russia where competitors including some athletes come together in what has become a mix of sporting and entertainment engaging activities. Games of inches and seconds, performance and skill Some ... Read More »

Removing complexity and cost to drive return on innovation the new ROI

Removing  complexity and cost to drive return on innovation the new ROI
February 12, 2014 No Comments »

There is no such thing as an information recession however there the realities of economic challenges in IT data centers also known as information factories. Likewise, people and data are living longer with increased dependency on information being available and ... Read More »

Securing your information assets and data, what about your storage?

Securing your information assets and data, what about your storage?
February 11, 2014 No Comments »

Recently I did a piece over at the site Information Security Buzz title How Secure Is Your Data Storage? that takes a cursory look at securing your digital assets from a storage perspective. Keep in mind that data protection can ... Read More »