Tag Archives: VCE

Built to Last

Customers making these transformational technology decisions want a relationship with a company which begins a long business partnership and that partnership must always be based on honesty and integrity. I am proud to tell our customers that we were built to execute, not built to issue press releases about magical pixie dust.

VCE – A Historical Perspective

On November 4th, 2009 The Virtual Computing Environment was born. On that day, three announcements were made. Vblock – The reference architecture, an amazing effort to bring together a cross functional team from VMware, Cisco & EMC, to produce a documented architecture as a foundation for cloud, that all companies would market and sell together [...]

VCE Engineering Substance

This article kicks of the launch of a new site, virtual-architect.com, as my old site ethernetstorageguy.com was created when I was working at NetApp and I focused on ethernet connectivity topics for storage connectivity. That work and the introduction of converged infrastructure solutions to the industry gravitated me to a place where I could maximize [...]

Inspiring Leadership

My boss and I held our organizations leadership meeting in Austin Texas a few weeks ago. We wanted to ensure our leadership team was focused on ending the year strong and starting the year with significant momentum. We asked Michael Capellas to visit with us and address the team to close the meeting on the [...]

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