Episode 57 Hyper-V, for the beginner

February 27, 2012

In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Chris Henley. Chris is a product strategy specialist at Veeam Software, focusing on Hyper-V. Chris is based in Salt Lake City, Utah and is on Twitter @NerdyLikeThat and blogs at the Veeam blog. Chris and Rick talk at length about Hyper-V and virtualization technologies related to Hyper-V.

This is Chris' first appearance on the podcast, and he is in the hotseat for "Three Views from You."

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Episode 56 Server decisions for virtualized environments

February 23, 2012

In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Kevin Houston. Kevin is based in Atlanta and is one of the best IT community resources on blade solutions. Kevin blogs at BladesMadeSimple and is on Twitter at @Kevin_Houston. Kevin and Rick talk about how server decisions today are more important than even. Kevin also sheds a little light into the future of computing in a recent blog post of his, "Why Blade Servers Will be the Core of Future Data Centers."

This is Kevin's first time on the podcast, so he is in the hotseat for "Three Views from You."

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Episode 55 IT Under the hood

February 13, 2012

In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts Rob Kuhn. Rob is a principal-level electrical engineer with experience in many areas of processor design, chipset design and system board layout. Rob is based in the Northeast of the United States and shares his experience on this podcast. Rick and Rob are good friends, and experiences from two different areas of technology are shared in this podcast in relation to how the low-level components of IT equipment operate and work. One example of how the low-level operations of IT equipment can be impacted is shown in this YouTube video; which is mentioned in the podcast by Rick.

This is Rob's first time on the podcast, and he is in the hotset for "Three Views from You."

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Episode 54 Sorting through application requirements, the real way

February 6, 2012

In this episode, Rick Vanover hosts John Walsh. John works at Northwestern University where he manages a cyberinfrastructure team, providing virtualized applications and services on a large scale. John is on Twitter at @Jwalsh2 and blogs at http://drydenhouse.net/. Rick and John talk at length about sorting through requests for services and placement as well as a few practice points on how to provide virtualized services without all of the required information.

This is John's first appearance on the podcast, and he is in the hotseat for "Three Views from You."

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