Monthly Archives: June 2014

Nutanix, Dell, VMware – it’s all go in a converged world

First of all an update to my blog from yesterday: I am very grateful for an almost immediate reach out from Dheeraj Pandey, CEO at Nutanix, and a subsequent 20 minute phone call to discuss the concerns I had raised. … Continue reading

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Nutanix and the deal with the Dell-vil – a personal view

First of all kudos to Nutanix for their internal decision to inform the channel prior to the press release, which meant I could make this article timely rather than days after the event. Few vendors consider their channel is anything … Continue reading

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DISM Windows Server 2008 R2 Change Edition

Originally posted on Rick's Tech Gab:
Hit a little issue in my lab today, It happens that I went ahead and installed Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard for a bunch of my Lab VM’s. Now the issue is that…

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Nutanix – defending the hardware appliance in a “software defined” world

Article updated June 10th 2014 – scroll to Update section below for updated comments:   Software defined seems to be the latest buzz phrase doing the rounds recently; software defined storage, networking, datacentres, hitting the marketing feeds and opinion pieces … Continue reading

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