Monthly Archives: July 2009

Sorry it’s so SLOOOOOW

Apparently the server that tonydimaggio.com is being hosted on over at GoDaddy is having some hardware related issues.  I’m being told they’re actively being worked on and should be resolved in the next 24-48 hours (great SLA huh?)  I guess … Continue reading

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BriForum Day 3

I’m finally back in NJ after another superb BriForum!  I’ve gone this far so here is my rundown on day 3 of BriForum…

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BriForum Day 2

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions!  There were so many great sessions today that were in the same time slots, it made picking which sessions to attend really hard!  Here’s what I decided to do:

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BriForum Day 1

I’m in Chicago this week attending BriForum.  If I can only attend one conference, it’s BriForum.  BriForum is not like most industry conferences that you might attend.  It’s totally independent from a vendor perspective.  Its not like TechEd where you … Continue reading

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Damn you VDI!….

Ok, so I’ll explain my personal thoughts on Virtual Desktop Infrastructure – aka VDI.  Some of this comes in light of Brian Madden’s recent article on VMware’s View product and the future of their hypervisor.  However, even before that article … Continue reading

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UPDATE!!! :Great article on VMWare NFS (pitfalls)

Gotta love Twitter!  I received a note for Vaughn Stewart from NetApp about this post and that there is a hotfix for this exact issue.  Looking at the release notes for ESX 3.5U4 the hotfix was rolled into this.  So … Continue reading

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Sorry for the delay!

I must have totally spazzed out!  I get my e-mails for new posts on a different mailserver (to avoid spam) and I had it configured for my iPhone.  However, I didn’t realize I had it set for manual fetch!!! My … Continue reading

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