The views expressed on this site are purely mine, and are in no way a reflection of the views of my employer. All suggestions and recommendations are based on what has worked for me in the environments I have been responsible for. The material provided should not excuse the due diligence needed by the reader if they too are working on these very complex topics. If I am reviewing or promoting a product or solution, it is only because I think it is extremely useful. If there ever comes a time in which that wasn’t the case, I will most certainly disclose it. My record demonstrates that I strive to give all sources who have influenced specific fixes or workarounds that I put into production their much deserved credit. If I state something inaccurately, correct me please. If I overlook something, please let me know, and I will be sure to correct it accordingly.
I began this blog as an Administrator in the trenches. I have since transitioned my career to my current position as a Technical Marketing Engineer for PernixData, mainly because, as a customer, I saw how it could transform an infrastructure. So it should be no surprise that I will likely speak pretty favorably about the solutions PernixData produces. I continue to be focused on Virtualization, DataCenters, and all of the solutions that they might encompass, and realize that no company is the sole proprietor of great ideas and solutions.