This week I started getting to know a whole bunch of wireless geeks in preparation for Wireless Field Day in March. I also wrote about Light Peak, my search for an AirPrint-compatible printer, and some more on the iPad and ExFAT. On the enterprise IT side, I covered Application Performance Monitoring (with a special offer from SolarWinds) and Dell’s potential acquisition of Compellent.
This regular series features highlights from the week.
- Things I wrote:
- What is Application Performance Monitoring?
- Thoughts On A Dell Acquisition Of Compellent
- My Light Peak series
- My HP AirPrint series
- Is The iPad Compatible With SDXC and ExFAT Cards?
- Other Enterprise IT links:
- Wireless Field Day is getting me to know lots of great wireless techies:
- Microsoft’s cloud plays, in English
- SSP Failure to Cloud Storage Success – What a Difference a Decade Makes
- The different QoS capabilities of the VMware vSwitch’s
- Is a whitebox or branded box better for a VMware lab?
- Devops: The Re-emergance of Systems Engineering as a Discipline
- Virtualizing the PCIe bus with Aprius
- Unimpressed by Zettar
- Virtualization and High Bandwidth Datacenter—How the Datacenter Landscape Is Changing
- Geeky techie links:
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