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These are some of my all-time favorite and personal references.


Some of my work at StorageReview.com. Articles, contributions, and co-authoring.



Dedicated Technologies

Out-of-Band Systems Reviews

Systems Enterprise Web GUI Reviews

Some of my Projects

Some of my projects/articles working for various companies.

Disclaimer: This documentation belongs to their respective companies.

VMware vSphere

With the amount of new data and technologies that we need to absorb daily, often, I feel the need to constantly refresh my knowledge on some of the basic VMware vSphere and Storage concepts. For this, I use the VMware documentation. And the documents and references I like the most are the ones from VMware Infrastructure 3.

Back on the days when I was starting to study storage and virtualization, these documents were the best (and still are if you ask me). Some of these documents have been considered obsolete by VMware, but yet, they are full of the essential and core concepts.


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