Monthly Archives: March 2020

AWS Surprises – No VMotion

In my on-premises VMware experience, VMotion was a game-changing technology, so I was very surprised to find that there is no equivalent for EC2 instances on AWS. The basic premise with VMotion is that it divorces a Virtual Machine (VM) … Continue reading

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AWS Surprises – Change is Constant

Being comfortable with change is an integral part of a career in IT, I like the saying that “if you don’t like change, you will have to accept being irrelevant.” The thing is that the rates of change are very … Continue reading

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Vendor Briefing – Retrospect

I associate Retrospect as an end-point backup solution and have the Dantz brand attached in my head. I am about a decade out of date on both the product and the company. After a changing ownership a few times (including … Continue reading

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