I spent this week at the 2011 Microsoft MVP Summit in Redmond, WA. It was an excellent trip, full of great information that I can't talk about: Microsoft is the only company I have an NDA with! But I can say that no one should count that company out. Although Apple, Google, and Facebook (?!) get all the attention, Microsoft is making some good moves. The Kinnect and Windows … [Read more...] about Back From the Pile: Interesting Links, March 4, 2011
So there it is. Intel's Light Peak was launched as Thunderbolt in the new Apple MacBook Pro line. What else happened? My writing Processing and Scheduling Thin Provisioning is another entry in my State of the Art Thin Provisioning series I posted another napkin-tastic infographic: Real-World Port Throughput Relative To Light Peak Wednesday saw the Thunderbolt … [Read more...] about Back From the Pile: Interesting Links, February 25, 2011
As my friend Stu Miniman pointed out, a recent VMware video suggests the company is about to jump into networking in a big way. Dubbed "vFabric," This new offering would be a generic hypervisor for virtual network devices, from load balancers to security appliances, and would presumably be integrated with the existing vNetwork Distributed Switch functionality. This appears to … [Read more...] about A VMware Hypervisor For Networkers?