Why SD-WAN?

Over the last few years, we hear more and more the term "SD-WAN" (Software-defined Wide-Area Networking). When we speak to customers we usually get the following question:  What are the differences when compared to traditional…

Tips and Tricks Running Network Throughput Tests on…

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) offers a broad catalog of compute shapes with different sizes and types. Each shape determines the number of oCPU, memory, and network bandwidth that will be allocated to an instance. For…

What does it mean to be a vExpert?

You might have heard about a community of geeks talking all day about infrastructure and virtualization. Maybe you wonder if it's worth to belong to such a tribe. Let me tell you a short story...…

DataScienceGO Virtual Conference 2020

DSGO is one of the largest Data Science communities where you can meet with 800+ of the brightest and most innovative minds in Data Science and AI. It's an awesome place to connect with hundreds…

OCI E3 Instances and Flexible Shapes

Oracle recently announced the launch of its Standard E3 instances based on the 2nd generation of AMD EPYC. The code name for this new offering is AMD Rome. Note this is currently available in specific…

VMware Licensing: Long life to 32 Cores!

VMware recently announced a change in its licensing model. Starting on April 2, 2020 any customer that purchases VMware software using the per-CPU approach will have the limitation of 32-cores per CPU. If you are…

VMware on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

At Openworld 2019 Larry Ellison announced a new partnership between Oracle and VMware. It was a surprise for a lot of people, up to the point that it received the name of The Moscone Miracle…

OCI in the new Terraform Registry

Hashicorp announced couple of days ago the new Terraform registry. If you are new to Terraform, this is what they called in the past the 'Module registry', a place where you could find and share…