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The New Healthcare IT: How One Provider’s Infrastructure Team Did “More with Less”

Posted by Will Schnoor on Oct 5, 2015 8:34:47 AM

Unrivaled Disruption (and Opportunity)

Healthcare IT organizations have never been under more pressure. Changes in the economics of healthcare have sparked disruption that feels like it is unrivaled by any other industry. Mergers here, acquisitions there, expansions so rapid that soon they’ll be everywhere. What are infrastructure teams to do?

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Topics: Technical Integrations

Controlling Storage Latency

Posted by Will Schnoor on Sep 17, 2015 7:07:32 AM

Storage latency, and how to improve upon it, is just about the hottest topic out there as it relates to virtualization. Walking around the floor at VMworld, what stood out to me the most was the number of vendors focused on storage performance. Hardware vendors, software vendors, combinations of both, all focused on improving, in some incremental way, the manner in which business data is delivered from the storage infrastructure.

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Topics: Storage

DevOps Automation – Does Working Together Get You There Faster?

Posted by Will Schnoor on May 15, 2015 4:28:32 PM

devops automationIn college, I spent a significant amount of time crammed in a narrow boat on the Potomac River. As part of an eight man crew, I spent hours each day trying to get it moving faster. Now, as I’m sure you can imagine, eight large men pulling on separate oars, in a shell that has a width of about two feet, doesn’t provide the most stable platform. Introduce wind and wake, and you have a lot of moving parts that need control.

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Is your Docker management approach fit for the Docker revolution?

Posted by Will Schnoor on Apr 15, 2015 9:59:28 AM

There’s nothing new under the sun. Or so stated a Linux administrator with whom I had a conversation with at a recent VMUG about Docker management. Docker, he said, was just an evolutionary step in service delivery, not a revolutionary one. To a certain extent, this is true.

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