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Veeam and NetApp Integration
In case you didn’t hear yesterday, Veeam released a Press Release stating a new alliance partnership with NetApp, specifically around Backup & Recovery. I couldn’t be happier about this, personally, because as an admin and former customer of both NetApp and Veeam, it’s the melding of two of my favorite things in technology, as well...
Top vBlog Results and vExperts of 2014
I’d like to take a quick moment to thank everyone that voted in the 2014 Top vBlog voting.  DatacenterDude.com ranked in at #23 (prev #17) receiving 60 overall votes, 23 of which were first place votes.  Very honored to be on this elite list of tech industry savants, and big kudos goes out to Eric...
Top 100 Tech Podcasters on Twitter
  Very honored to announce that I, along with 99 others, have been selected as one of the “Top 100 Tech Podcasters to follow on Twitter” by GetVoIP.com! These kinds of things always come as a huge surprise to me, mainly because I don’t really think I deserve them, but they’re always a nice surprise...
Engineers Unplugged Season 5 Premiere!
An all-new season of Engineers Unplugged kicked off today, and yours truly was very excited to learn that a recent recording I did at VMware Partner Exchange with Joe Onisick of Cisco has been selected as the season premiere!  Joe, though he’ll never admit or cop to it, is one of the smartest dudes I...
Synology LACP and Cisco SG300
One of the biggest requests I’ve received since my recent Synology review was how the networking was configured, and especially how to take advantage of link aggregation (LAGG) and Link Aggregation Control Protocol ( LACP ).
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