Mimicking life itself at times, things in the world of technology do not always go as planned. Failures happen, and quite honestly they happen a lot more then we would all prefer.

Proper planning through research and testing is crucial, but can never account for everything that may happen. Sometimes it’s the fault of the product being implemented and sometimes its a failure to simply read the documentation or follow process correctly.

Here I document what I’ve witnessed in the world of virtualization, a world in which things don’t really exist in the same physical form we had previous known them to be.

Sean  holds industry recognized certifications from VMware, Cisco, EMC, Microsoft, and ITIL. He holds a bachelors degree from the State University of New York and a Master Certificate in Project Management from Villanova University. Currently working as a consultant, he has supported and engineered technology solutions for over the past 10 years for healthcare, government, manufacturing, publishing/broadcast and hi-tech industries, delivering solutions that have helped streamline business processes and reduce operational expenses.

Sean has been awarded the vExpert award (2011,2012,2013) for his contributions to the community and  co-authored, Managing and Optimizing vSphere Deployments, which was released on VMware Press before VMworld 2012.

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Any views or opinions expressed here are strictly my own.  This is a personal blog and content published here is not read, reviewed, or approved in advance by my employer and does not necessarily represent or reflect their views or opinions.

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  1. Thanks! I have been reading your blog for some time now and appreciate your contributions. They’ve helped me quite a bit and its only fair that I start giving something back to the community.

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  3. Thanks for the comments Jeffrey. I am glad you have found it useful and if you have any thing to add please feel free to comment on that section.

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