Take a Spin With The Cohesity Qualifying Lap

Are you a blogger or technologist, that was wanted to get more information about Cohesity and maybe even get your hands on the software in your own home lab?  Well since joining Cohesity, whenever I talk to folks that want to do videos, or write content about the product their first question was, “How do I get my hands on ... Read More »

Introduction To And Review of NextDNS.IO

The last few years, the concern about secure internet browsing, as well as, privacy have become a pretty big concern for most people I know.  I am pretty sure at this point most websites we use are secure with SSL, if they are not something is truly wrong.  However, for some time there has still been the concern of your ... Read More »

So Your House Got Struck By Lightning, Now What?

Saturday July 20th, approximately 1:33pm, it was raining, a storm cell was going through like one has 100 times since I move to Tennessee.  I was alone and I heard couple good thunder boomers off in the distance, but I went on about my business.  Julie was out grocery shopping at the time.  I was standing in the basement, getting ... Read More »

Could Have, Should Have, Would Have….

Some days you wake up and wonder ‘What If..?”  For whatever reason today was that day.  I woke up thinking about what would be different if I did this, or made that decision instead.  I pledged a long time ago to myself never to day “Should’ve, Could’ve, Would’ve”, but as the years go by it’s hard not to wonder.  Some ... Read More »

One Man’s View Of IT Burnout

There has been a lot of threads in recent years about “IT Burnout” amongst people in the technology circles.  Until recently, I guess I never really put much thought into it.  You know, you wake up, workout, shower, sit down at your computer by 08:00 or sooner, and generally you never stop until you actually put your head on the ... Read More »

How To Configure NSX IPSEC VPN With AWS, Azure, and GCP

The last few weeks I have been putting together a new lab for my team at Cohesity to use for live demos.  Part of the overall design was to allow for VPN connections to the various clouds that Cohesity supports so we can demonstrate real world use cases with Cloud Editions running real-time in each cloud connected back to the ... Read More »

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