Yesterday at DELLWorld, Brett Roscoe, executive director of data management solutions at Dell announced the integration of the newly acquired products in the vStart offering. This explicitly means that Dell Force 10 networking and Dell Compellent storage will be available as part of the vStart offering in 2012.
Today I visited VMware Forum 2011 in Den Bosch (NL). I calculated a long trip but fortunately there were no traffic jams along the route. I even got there before the initial ETA of the TomTom of my car. After a croissant and a black coffee it was time for the keynote.
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Compellent is a storage provider, known for providing (highly) automated and tiered storage to manage data in a flexible way. “Fluid data” is what Compellent calls it.
Compellent is a [...]
iCore Software delivers free sandboxing software which uses OS-level virtualization on your (home) PC. Using this software you can easily turn your home PC into three different “partitions” for different purposes see example in picture:
The software offer’s virtual accounts and thus provides seperate security contexts to those accounts.
Just ten minutes to go before I leave to the trainstation. Then a train journey of three hours untill I arrive at Schiphol, Amsterdam Airport to take the flight at 20:35 to Nice. Hopefully I will arrive around 23:30 in Cannes.
Unfortunately I am not feeling very well, some paracetamol keeps me running…
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