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The PowerCLI Cookbook by Phillip Sellers is an excellent resource for any skill level, whether you are a beginner or looking for a great reference to have with you. First and foremost, this book far exceeds what I expect out of a technology cookbook. If…
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I’ve spent a fair amount of time over the last two years preparing for my VCDX, while the VCAP-DCA/VCIX-DCA is the last step before I fully dive in, I’ve been preparing myself not just for an exam/test but to be the best possible architect I can be. To…
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Disclaimer: I am an EMC employee, this post was not sponsored or in any way required by my employer, it is my experience getting to know this particular product.* In my last ViPR SRM post, I introduced you to some of the features if you were not already…
In this post, I will look at installing ViPR SRM 6.5.2. I downloaded ViPR SRM from support.emc.com; logged into the support site with my personal email account to download the files
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*Disclaimer: I am an EMC employee, this post was not sponsored or in any way required by my employer, it is my experience getting to know this particular product.* One of the upcoming tools I will be working with is ViPR SRM. ViPR SRM is a storage…
One of the upcoming tools I'll be working with is ViPR SRM, a storage management tool that allows for monitoring the end-to-end health of your environment
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Boy, social media is proving tough to have some discussions for me lately – here is the first of two three blog posts to set my position straight. Yesterday a conversation got started on Twitter based on a tweet shared by John Troyer “Devs Rool, IT…
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Thought it was to good not to share, if you are thinking of trying Ansible Tower, you can save 20% off the annual subscription on the Ansible Tower Starter Kit – that’s almost $200 off the $999 annual subscription. If you were thinking of trying it out…
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*Disclaimer: I am an EMC employee, this post was not sponsored or in any way required by my employer, it is my experience getting to know this particular product.* Up until now I went through a basic ViPR SRM installation, getting a basic single VM…
What I want to show in this post is my favorite ViPR SRM feature - topology maps. To understand why these are useful, lets step back and give some scenarios
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*Disclaimer: I am an EMC employee, this post was not sponsored or in any way required by my employer, it is my experience getting to know this particular product.* In my last two posts I touched on what ViPR SRM can do, and the quick installation. With…
With the ViPR SRM installation out of the way, it's time to start adding Solution Packs. Solution Packs are use to connect to systems such as VMware vCenter
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A couple of weeks ago a question was posted on the Ansible LinkedIn group stemming from an Ansible role for security CentOS. The question, whether Automation is the only way to ensure security. My brief social media shorted response was Completely agree.…
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There are many tools out there that can help you manage your social media presence, unfortunately some of these tools take to the equivalent of spamming your followers with auto posted tweets, probably the most egregious of them is Sumall. You know the…
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Some time around the release of vSphere 5.5 (Update 2 maybe?) VMware officially(?) didn’t not support vCenter on a Windows Failover Cluster. I say didn’t not support because there still seems to be very limited documentation and KB’s on how to do this.…
VMware officially didn't not support vCenter on a Windows Failover Cluster. I say didn't not support because there still seems to be limited documentation
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Working on building out a lab that is going to be used to demonstrate setting up a vCenter environment. We were fortuneate enough to be given some time to set it up “right” – meaning setup a SQL cluster for vCenter, SSO in HA behind a load balancer with…
Working on building out a lab that is going to be used to demonstrate setting up a vCenter environment including a Windows Failover Cluster for SQL
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Wanna be VMware geek since 3.5, #vExpert 2013, 2014, EMC Elect 2014, VCAP5-DCD, VCP5-DCV, VCA-x3, also interested in social enterprise apps and community.
A lot has changed since my first dining experience here. The food and portion sizes are great and well priced - you won't leave hungry that's for sure. The buffalo chicken dip and nachos are my current favorites.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Horrible horrible horrible, they should be reported to the BBB (actually I will go do that shortly). My "special order only" car battery turned out to be readily available at Wal-Mart for half of what they charged me. Avoid this place at all cost, they are typical shady/con-man like mechanics. Its worth paying extra money to have it towed to a reputable mechanic. I wish I could give no stars - they are that bad.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Very good food, probably the best in the area, only Chef Orient is better but they rarely do a buffet. Staff is super friendly, second to none on that.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Makes a good pizza, apps are all very good as are sandwiches, seafood and dinner plates. I an not a fan of the steak tips.
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reviewed 3 years ago
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Best local pizza in Millis, good subs, great fries and great owner!
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Have only been for breakfast, great lil greasy spoon!
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Eric is a true professional, honest and trustworthy. I am not much of a "car" guy but when I walk out of his shop I always feel comfortable, and a bit more knowledgeable about the situation. Not only is he able to quickly and accurately diagnose a problem, he is always able to explain it in an easy to understand manner. Save yourself the hassle and worry and take your car to Boyds.
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reviewed 4 years ago