Just a quick note to let everyone know that I will be joining Virtensys as a sales engineer in the South Central region. I’m very excited about this opportunity, and am looking forward to moving from the customer side of the table to the vendor side. If you’re a value added reseller, systems integrator, or end-user interested in learning more about Virtensys and our I/O virtualization appliances, please feel free to give me a shout on Twitter, or drop me a comment. I’ll make sure to get you in touch with the best folks to answer your questions.
So what does this mean for my blog? I plan on continuing to blog about VMware, virtualization, scripting, and storage. I will also continue to maintain the very popular (and incredibly useful!) VMware VCAP-DCA Study Guide. Additionally, I hope that I can contribute to the discussion around I/O virtualization.
In case you’re not familiar with the concept, I/O virtualization allows you to consolidate and virtualize network and storage connectivity to a rack of servers. This enables the deployment of stateless computing and private cloud environments using industry-standard x86 servers, OS and applications without requiring forklift upgrades.