A data center provisioning horror story

Yesterday I noted a tweet from Frank Denneman:

I guess he was asking this in the context of the VMWonAWS cloud offering and how, with said service, you could provision vSphere capacity without having to “acquire server hardware”.

This reminded me of an anecdote I often use in . . . → Read More: A data center provisioning horror story

Yelb, yet another sample app

Another pet project I have spent cycles on as of late is an open source sample application called Yelb (thanks to my partner in crime chief developer Andrea Siviero for initiating me to the mysteries of Angular2).

This is the link to the Yelb repo on GitHub.

I am trying to be fairly verbose in . . . → Read More: Yelb, yet another sample app

Project Harbor makes an entry into Rancher!

This article was originally posted on the VMware Cloud Native corporate blog. I am re-posting here for the convenience of the readers of my personal blog.

Early this year I challenged myself with a pet project to create a Rancher catalog entry for Project Harbor (a VMware-started open sourced enterprise container registry).

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