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Home Lab 101: It's All About Lots Of Resources?

Setting up a home lab can be challenging, but it is the best way to learn about systems infrastructure at your own pace. The process can appear intimidating unless you have full access to an IT department.

Top 5 VMware Announcements in 2020 - (and more)

Although 2020 was challenging for many organizations, it was an excellent year for VMware and Virtualization. The company rolled several updates and announcements. Here are some of the top highlights concerning VMware that (in my opinion) hit this 2020.

VMware (and Other Organizations) on IT Offensive Terminology

VMware and other giant tech companies raised their views after the growth of the Black Lives Matter protests this year (2020). Many IT enthusiasts insisted tech language needed to be replaced to fight unconscious biases along with the movement.

The first post of 2020

Okay... I’ve been idle for a while around here. This is not only my first post the year but also, my first post after several weeks of being inactive. Last year was kind of strange for me...

VMware vExpert 2019

I am thrilled and proud to be selected for the first time as a vExpert. I was surprised when I found the “YOU ARE IN” email in my inbox, I thought that the vExperts will be announced next month. 😀

Login VSI Technology Advocate -for a second time in a row!

One more time, I am honored to be recognized by the Login VSI Technology Advocate program in 2019. It has been two years in a row since the program was created!

The Rising of Cloud Gaming: Cloudy Games - Part 6/6

Ok, Google Stadia is “the new kid on the cloud gaming” but doesn’t mean it’s the less mature. Google has been working on Stadia for many years, and they have many important things to offer. However there are a lot of competitors, some of them already well-positioned on this race, and other more will start unveiling their weaponry soon.

The Rising of Cloud Gaming: Google Stadia and Beyond - Part 5/6

Long story short, Google Stadia as all the other cloud gaming services means no need for local gaming hardware and streaming the games directly to a variety of devices.

The Rising of Cloud Gaming: From your Room to the Data Center - Part 4/6

Among the IT solutions I design at work, Desktop Virtualization is the one I focused on. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is what is what I call a big topic, yet a basic concept of VDI is essential for this post series. I do believe that VDI plays an indispensable role in the evolution of cloud gaming.

The Rising of Cloud Gaming: Game On and Heads Up! - Part 3/6

A major media was required to play certain games, the Memory Card. Later gaming platforms solved this issue introducing the option to save the files remotely, on their own platform’s servers. With the evolution of the Internet and new technologies, keeping your progress in the cloud became a regular thing.
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