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Inspired by a recent series of events and the almost comical world of California power politics (and a recent chat with a friend of mine) we have elected to display our displeasure with a new satirical bumper sticker.    A portion of the proceeds will obviously go to the state of Cali...
The cloud computing meme continues to billow as Juniper and IBM announce a cloud management partnership rumors swirl about heavy petting between VMware and shareholder/partner Cisco.  A few months ago it seemed like every cloud discussion included Google and/or Amazon; now it appears t...
I came back Friday AM fresh from the FIRE conference Meeting of the Minds planning session in Seattle with a head filled with ideas about where the IT industry is headed and what it will mean for the networking industry.  Thanks to an animated and robust dinner discussion, which includ...
Thanks to YouTube and our event producer you can now view the recent Infoblox Cisco live streaming event on demand and in short episodes.  To help you get to the episode of most interest I’ve described and linked to the first 5 episodes:   The first five links with summaries are here a...
Google has to be one of the most audacious companies in recent history.  They took the advertising industry by storm, and as I wrote recently could even be accused of fomenting war with enterprise IT.  Whether you like Google or not, you cannot help but be impressed with their audaciou...
One of the latest tech rumors is the Google open source hardware router.  One has to begin to wonder if cloud computing is really simply a codeword for Google computing.   Watching Google move from search and advertising to a vision assault on enterprise IT is nothing short of spectacu...
The “speeds and feeds” mantra of the networking industry is about to be replaced by a new “dynamic infrastructure” mantra; and Cisco, Infoblox and F5 Networks are taking the lead in shaping this new vision of a more flexible, more available and easier to manage network. New enterprise ...
Big News for Archimedius Readers!!!!!     To celebrate the buzz and groundswell surrounding the Infrastructure 2.0 meme, including the January 15 Dynamic Infrastructure Summit (yes, 200+ have already registered in the first 24 hours since it was announced) I’m moving my dynamic infrast...
Are Your Ready for Infrastructure 2.0?   - Dynamic Infrastructure Live Streaming Event - January 15, 2009 - The San Jose Fairmont     In about 30 days the world’s first Dynamic Infrastructure event will be held at the San Jose Fairmont.  The event will feature speakers from Infoblox an...
December 10, 2008   I think it is very likely that network infrastructure will be transformed in coming years by new levels of automation and connectivity intelligence driven by demands from new IT initiatives, from RFID to collaboration, data center virtualization and even cloud compu...
TCP/IP is continuing to spread and connect to more endpoints; Cisco has predicted that the network will connect 14 billion devices by 2010.  This level of connectivity promises to make the network even more strategic to business operations in coming years, as Cisco’s Chambers has...
It felt good to talk to a couple cloud computing experts last week, versus merely typing thoughts to a screen as I usually do.    Special thanks to Cisco’s James Urquhart and GigaSpace’s Geva Perry for the 50 minute pod cast about the network effects of cloud computing.   My number o...