This week on IT Origins, we had the privilege speak to Patric Palm, the Co-Founder and CEO of Favro. We discussed how he started the company, his previous startup efforts, the importance of adaptability, and his background in organization and process.
Pure Storage has come a long way in nine years and it’s been refreshing to see the company maintain its stated direction of delivering compelling storage solutions in a way that take advantage of the latest technology while providing the end user with simple to use operational and lifecycle management tools. Dan Frith takes a look at where the company started with it’s original AFA, and how they’ve continued to deliver since then.
The Gestalt IT Rundown is back to get you caught up on the IT week that was. Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino break down HPE’s Plexxi acquisition, the new EasyMesh standard, and PGP exploits.
VMware recognizes the challenge in bridging software-defined domains into a cohesive unit and has started to build out a portfolio of software-defined products that work seamlessly together. Jordan Martin takes a look at why their Virtual Cloud Network fulfills the original promise of software-defined networking.
Solving problems involves dealing with complexity. You may have to add a little to get a lot of simplicity in the end. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at how National Instruments was able to measure their complexity and get a lot of simplicity in the end.
This week on IT Origins, we got to talk to David Bermingham, Senior Technical Evangelist for SIOS Technology. We discussed how he moved from studying jazz guitar to embracing a career in IT, the importance of automation in IT, and Wawa.
This week on the Gestalt IT Rundown, we’re reviewing some of the big announcements coming out of Microsoft Build, Google IO and a NetApp Analyst Day.
NetApp’s Cloud Volumes is now available in preview on Google Cloud Platform. With this, the service is now available across the three largest public cloud providers. By combining NetApp’s long history of advanced data services with a delivery model that appeals to cloud-native organizations, Cloud Volumes serves as an important part of the company’s transformation into a data company.
Thom Greene is one of the good guys in IT, and it was a privilege to interview him for IT Origins. We discussed how he moved from bookkeeping into IT, the change of IT as a whole into a service industry, and his work with vBrownBag.
This week on the Gestalt IT Rundown, we discuss the Ubuntu 18.04 LTS release and the launch of Storbyte.