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Containers – my experiences good and bad

Sat, 05 Sep 2015 01:46:56 +0000

This is a followup post to an earlier post I had responding to container hype (more specifically perhaps Docker hype). I want to give some of my (albeit limited) real-world experience with containers(that play a part in generating well north of two hundred million a year in revenue) the good and the bad, and how […]



HP 3PAR Case study with my organization

Tue, 01 Sep 2015 14:39:57 +0000

Stella & Dot relies on HP 3PAR StoreServ Storage "Highly reliable HP 4-node storage architecture supports over 30,000 e-commerce Independent Business Owners worldwide" This is also available on HP's case study website http://www.hp.com/go/success I have had this blog since July 2009, and I don't believe ever once have I mentioned any of my employers names. […]



Container Hype

Thu, 27 Aug 2015 12:03:49 +0000

(You can see part two of my thoughts on containers here.) I'll probably regret this post for a little while at least. Because I happened to wake up at about 3AM this morning and found myself not really falling back asleep quickly and I was thinking about this article I read last night on Docker […]



3PAR Gen5: True flash scale storage

Mon, 01 Jun 2015 13:14:24 +0000

(I'm in Vegas, waiting for HP Discover to start(got here Friday afternoon), this time around I had my own company pay my way, so HP isn't providing me with the trip. Since I haven't been blogging much the past year I didn't feel good about asking HP to cover me as a blogger.) UPDATED - […]



Sign off ?

Wed, 04 Mar 2015 16:59:22 +0000

So I apologize (again) for not posting much, and not replying to comments recently. I suppose it's obvious I haven't posted in a long time. I have mentioned this many times before but there really isn't much in tech that has gotten me excited in probably the past two years. I see new things and […]



Two factor made easy

Fri, 07 Nov 2014 07:04:41 +0000

Sorry been really hammered recently, just spent the last two weeks in Atlanta doing a bunch of data center work(and the previous week or two planning for that trip), many nights didn't get back to the hotel until after 7AM .. But got most of it done..still have a lot more to do though from […]



NetApp Flash ray ships… with one controller

Wed, 17 Sep 2014 17:55:52 +0000

Well I suppose it is finally out, or at least in a "limited" way. NetApp apparently is releasing their ground-up rewrite all Flash product Flash Ray, based on a new "MARS" operating system (not related to Ontap). When I first heard about MARS I heard some promising things, I suppose all of those things were […]



Sprint screwing their subscribers again

Tue, 19 Aug 2014 19:15:55 +0000

As a former Sprint customer for more than a decade I though this was interesting news. My last post about Sprint was appropriately titled "Can Sprint do anything else to drive me away as a customer". I left Sprint less because I did not like them/service/etc and really more because I wanted to use the […]



Blog spam stats

Sat, 16 Aug 2014 16:15:05 +0000

I just upgraded my Akismet plugin for the first time in a long time and this version gives me all sorts of fun stats about the spam that comes through here (they don't count my posts as SPAM but maybe they should consider that). Anyway, the first one was somewhat startling to me, perhaps it […]



Some internet routers ran out of memory today

Wed, 13 Aug 2014 00:03:43 +0000

(here is a link to in depth analysis on the issue) Fortunately I didn't notice any direct impact to anything I personally use. But I first got notification from one of the data center providers we use that they were having network problems they traced it down to memory errors and they frantically started planning […]