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Chris is currently a Principal Architect at Cohesity. In his role he spends the majority of his time supporting Cohesity events and creating outward facing content. He also acts as an active interface between the field and engineering/product management as customer zero in the TAG production lab. Chris is active on the VMUG and event speaking circuit and is available for many events if you want to reach out and ask. Previously to this he spent close to a decade working for VMware as a Principal Architect. Previous to his nine plus years at VMware, Chris was a System Administrator that evolved his career into a data center architect. Chris spends a lot of time mentoring co-workers and friends on the benefits of personal growth and professional development. Chris is also amongst the first VMware Certified Design Experts (VCDX#37), and author of multiple white papers. In his spare time he helps his wife Julie run her promotional products as the accountant, book keeper, and IT Support. Chris also believes in both a healthy body and healthy mind, and has become heavily involved with fitness as a Diamond Team Beachbody Coach using P90X and other Beachbody Programs. Although Technology is his day job, Chris is passionate about fitness after losing 60 pounds himself in the last few years.

What Will Jimmy Johnson’s 5th Straight Mean For Viewers?

Well folks, as much as I hate to admit it, yesterday the #48 Lowes team and Jimmy Johnson made the “Drive for Five” a reality.  Although this is my wife’s favorite driver, one has to ask themselves what does this mean to the sport?  We all love to see dominance in any sport don’t we?  Maybe or maybe not I ... Read More »

The Best Vacations Around

After just coming off an incredible vacation I thought it was fitting to write up a few thoughts on what I think is the best overall vacation you can have.  That my friends is a Royal Caribbean Cruise.  Really any of their ships are incredible, but if you have the means, I highly suggest the Oasis Class.  At 220,000 tons ... Read More »

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