Jul 09

Bringing order to S3 bucket chaos with Chaos Sumo

This summer I’ve been working on getting my digital clutter organized.  With the cost of Amazon S3 being so low, it’s the perfect dumping ground for someone (me) who finds it cost prohibitive or impractical to keep large amounts of data locally. Appropriately, Amazon S3 calls each file collection a “bucket”.   What’s in my buckets? …

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Apr 11

Welcome back!

It’s hard to believe it’s been almost 2 years since my last post. Things have been busy at work and home, and I haven’t had the time I would have liked to have to dedicate to writing. That being said, I’ve set a goal to get back to blogging (and writing in general). Hopefully I’ll …

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May 01

NEVTUG Spring Ahead 2015 notes

Recently, I had the opportunity to present a session on “What’s New in vSphere 6” at the New England Virtualization Technology Users Group (NEVTUG).  During the Q&A portion of the session, I had a variety of asks on specific details about vSphere 6, but also some requests for links to information I referenced in the …

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