Tag: virtualiztion

Back in town, readying for VMworld (and Tech Field Day!)

I’m back at work after three (well-deserved!?) weeks off. First things first, I want to share three pictures with you! Not bad for an “unsuccessful fisherman” like me, is it? 🙂 But holidays eventually end and it’s time to think about the next important appointments. VMworld and Tech Field Day roundtables Next week I will be attending Vmworld in SF. This is one of the most important events of the IT industry and I can’t miss the opportunity to meet friends and colleagues to talk about the latest news, VMware and the virtualization/cloud world in general! This year’s show...

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R.I.P. Sun Ray

That’s bad news for me! Sun Ray will cease to exist soon. In the early 2000s we (me and my former colleague Fabio) managed some successful projects with Sun Rays but then it became more and more complicated to support end users and we left. I know, nowadays it is quite an unusable product. But It the ’90s and early 2000s it was a great piece of technology, ahead of its time. End users appreciated it for the security, ease of management and resiliency of the environment. It’s not a coincidence that first customers were banks and the army....

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