Monthly Archives: October 2018

Active Directory Authentication for My Cohesity Cluster

I am continuing to learn about Cohesity and share my learnings with you. This week I added my Cohesity cluster to Active Directory so that I could use AD accounts to manage the platform rather than the built-in account. The … Continue reading

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Multi-cluster Management as a Service with Cohesity

I am surprised that we do not have more SaaS-based management platforms, ever since Cloud Physics launched in 2013 it has made sense to me that SaaS was a great model for managing infrastructure. All of the usual SaaS benefits … Continue reading

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Community at vForum Sydney

I have an off/on relationship with vForum Sydney. I first attended the event when it was called TSX in 2007, right at the start of my time teaching VMware training courses. Back then there were a couple of hundred people … Continue reading

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Monitoring Data Translation As a Service – Blue Medora

We all like the idea of a single pane of glass system monitoring, but the reality is that often monitoring data is siloed away in a bunch of different tools that do not speak to each other, not even the … Continue reading

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