Tag Archives: converged

VSPEX and Service Providers: Where does it fit?

Firstly, apologies for the short break in posts – I’ve got a great excuse though as I’ve been on paternity leave for the last couple of weeks following the arrival of a new member of the Massingham family – Baby Isabella! Everyone is doing great and things are starting to get back to normal now, so I have some time to reflect on the big EMC product announcement that happened… Read More »

The Operations Benefits Case for Converged Infrastructure

Last week I met with a Service Provider to continue some discussions that we have been having about the adoption of VCE’s Vblock into the reference architecture for their managed Private Cloud service. I thought I’d write a quick post reflecting on the discussions as there were a couple of interesting points that were raised. No names I’m afraid as I need to respect a client confidentiality agreement. For the skeptics, it’s worth… Read More »