Tiffany To, of Coho Data and I chat about their product DataStream 1000. Coho is a really awesome startup using scale-out storage combined with open source innovations. Follow Coho Data on Twitter. Also check out the Storage Field Day 4 videos here!
Phoummala Schmitt (aka Exchange Goddess, aka Agent P) and I discuss working in a large enterprise with highly available datacenters in multiple countries. Follow Phoummala on twitter and read her blog here.
Jennifer Huber and I talk about wireless in general and new things coming in the wireless realm such as 802.11ac (gig wireless). Follow Jennifer on Twitter @JenniferLucille and check out her blog here!
Chris Wahl, Brian Suhr, Eric Shanks and Kasia Lorenc join me to talk about tech in Chiacago as well as what's like to organize and event like the Chicago VMUG.
Amy Manley and Nick Colyer join me to talk about their session on vCenter Orchestrator at the Chicago VMUG. Check out their blogs at http://virtualchick.com/
Sunshine Mugrabi and I chat about "hacking communications" in this episode of AdaptingIT. Sunshine is a professional communicator who has spent a lot of time around the tech industry. She's got some really awesome ideas about how to work with people and gives away a lot of secrets from her training in this show! Follow her on Twitter @sunshinemug and connect on Linkedin.
Magnus Nilsson and Jonas Rosland of EMC join me to discuss their VMworld session on vCenter Orchestrator, Razor, and ViPR. Check out their blog and follow them on Twitter @swevm (Magnus) and @virtualswede (Jonas).
Carolyn Rowland, an IT manager at NIST, and I talk about IT operations education, or lack there of, currently available. Carolyn is a BOD member for USENIX and is a co-chair for the Women in Advanced Computing (WiAC). Please follow Carolyn on Twitter here.
Amy Lewis and I chat in the middle of the social media hub at Cisco Live in Orlando about everything under the sun. We talk about community development, Cisco Live, and women in IT among other things. Check out Amy on Twitter here. Check out Amy's other podcasts: Engineers Unplugged and Geek Whisperers.
Eyvonne Sharp and I talk about her transition from the SMB to the enterprise as a senior network engineer. Eyvonne gives advice to those looking to make the same move. Check out Eyvonne's blog here and follow her on Twitter! Read her post on the transition from SMB to Enterprise on PacketPushers.
In this episode Alicia, Diana, and I talk about BlueLock, a company that offers cloud IaaS services. As they put it: "Virtual Centers in the Cloud." To find out more information check out their blog. To follow them on twitter, click on their names above. And to check them out on LinkedIn, click here for Alicia and here for Diana.
Jagpreet Saigal and I discuss the merits of server-side flash as well as the new startup she is working for, PernixData. PernixData's software, FVP, works with server flash or SSD to help improve performance in virtual environments. Be sure to follow PernixData on Twitter!
Niki Acosta of RackSpace and I chat about OpenStack. Hear more about how RackSpace and NASA came together to create OpenStack. Check out the RackSpace blog and get started with private cloud in your own network or go to RackSpace.com to find out more. Follow Niki here on Twitter!
Check out my interview with the CTO of Coinstar, Carole McCluskey. Carole talks about her role of CTO/CIO for the company that puts out Coinstar and RedBox Kiosks.
Alex Maier, of Nebula, and I talk about Nebula's private cloud appliance in this episode. If you're interested in OpenStack, Nebula, or cloud in general, this is the podcast for you! Follow Nebula on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google Plus.
Liselotte Foverskov and I talk about all things System Admin! We also talk about her role as a leader in the Denmark VMUG. Follow Liselotte on Twitter.
Cyndie Zikmund and I discuss the new VMware Horizon Suite along with VDI and application delivery in general. Check out more information here.
Michaela...err...Mike Laverick and I have a bit of fun in the first couple minutes of this podcast. We actually do get into tech, though. You'll hear all about vCloud Director/Connector and Bare Metal Cloud! Check out his site: mikelaverick.com
Lucia Mariani-Vena and Neha Khera join me to talk about their group Girls in Tech: Toronto. They tell us about past and future events. Follow them on Twitter here and find out more about them on the web, FaceBook, and LinkedIn. Also, check on these events from GIT: Let's Make History and session topics for Canada 3.0.
Irina Lentsner and I talk about the role of the pre-sales engineer, backups, and Veeam. Click here to find out more about the new Veeam Cloud Edition!
Brea Day is an experienced Quality Assurance Analyst. Brea talks about what QA is and why it's necessary. Follow @Brea_Day
JJ DiGeronimo and I talk about how she got into cloud, the book she authored, and several groups that she is involved with and runs. She also shares with us a new giveaway about enhancing your brand. Click here to find out more!
Check out more on JJ here.
Glenda Canfield is an expert on virtualization in the enterprise and has more than 13 years of experience designing and supporting on-demand data centers. We talk about BYOD, VDI, and application delivery in this episode! Follow Glenda @glendacanfield
VCP #1, Susan Gudenkauf and I talk about tech careers, her current position in Customer Experience, and Traumatic Brain Damage. Seriously. Follow Susan on Twitter @susangude.
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Jane Rimmer, founder of hiviz-marketing, joins me this week to discuss VMUG leadership, working with tech companies, tech marketing and social media. Check out Jane's blog here: http://www.rimmergram.com/ and follow Jane on Twitter: @Rimmergram