In my previous post “The SDDCbox Project — Part #1 — Introduction”, I introduced the idea behind running a data center in a box, now, it is time to go a bit further and dig a bit deeper. In this article, I want to expose the process by which I’ll make sure this project makes... Continue Reading →
A physical data center I work as an IT solution architect. My expertise revolves around data center technologies. I’m cumulating more than 25 years of experience in that field. Recently, I started to think about building a fully virtualized data center, in a box. As an avid Apple user, I’m looking to build it on... Continue Reading →
The second Apple event of this fall took place on October 13th at the Apple Park. This highly awaited streamed keynote was the iPhone 12 moment. Was this event too much hyped? Did Apple meet pundits' expectations? Here are my observations and appreciation. About this AppleEvent "Hi, Speed" Apple event artwork First, it was probably... Continue Reading →
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With the recent introduction of widgets on iOS, what is referred as “the iPhone experience” is having a refreshing moment. Never before users could customize their home screen as much as today. Not everything is perfect on iOS 14, far from it, but this new level of control was long overdue. Time as come for... Continue Reading →
This post is a friendly reminder that I started something new a few weeks ago: a free newsletter called The Numeric Citizen Introspection newsletter. I'm already at two issues and working on the next one. I'm very excited about this project. It is really fun to put together a newsletter and hit the "send" button... Continue Reading →
On October 1st, I got my new 44 mm Apple Watch Series 6. Ordered just a few minutes after the end of the Time Flies event, using the latest release of Deliveries, I patiently waited for the package to arrive at my door. Here are my experience and my impressions about this “convenient” addition and “fashionable”... Continue Reading →