Monthly Archives: September 2013

StoNetDevOpsMon anyone?

The DevOps concept has been something I’ve focused on for some time and inevitability is getting extended into new areas, away from its core server/compute raison d’etre.  There has been an element of networking in all the DevOps projects I’ve … Continue reading

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Undercover IT – good, bad or inevitable?

I’ve heard this called various things over the years but in a nutshell it is the proliferation of important IT capabilities within and across an organization but outside of the remit and control of the real IT department (substitute IT … Continue reading

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Virtual Desktop Infrastructure – the desktop refresh of the future?

Earlier this year (2013 – for those reading this in years to come!) I spent a lot of time on a project using Microsoft virtualization, using the Labs Management feature of TFS 2012 to deploy (replace) virtual and physical “multi … Continue reading

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Virtual Machines and the Continuous Delivery Value Chain

The ease with which one can get a (virtual) machine up and running these days is quite simply staggering. As someone who started out in IT operations, where to provide a machine was an expensive and time consuming process, not … Continue reading

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