About: jamesgreen

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James is a Partner at ActualTech Media and writes, speaks, and consults on Enterprise IT. He has worked in the IT industry as an administrator, architect, and consultant, and has also published numerous articles, whitepapers, and books. James is a 2014 - 2016 vExpert and VCAP-DCD/DCA. Follow James on Twitter
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A long-held tradition of enterprise security professionals is to inspect everything. Not a bad practice, really. But deciding that no traffic can enter or exit the organization's network without being inspected does have a tendency to introduce some interesting challenges with regard to network design. Imagine that...

Reality has set in and it’s probably safe to say that the hype about “cloud” has subsided. Business leaders today logically evaluate the benefits of public cloud services and determine where they may be able to improve their product, operations, or bottom line. Sometimes, their...

There’s an interesting shift happening in the storage space right now. IT pros are beginning to think of storage and how applications are consuming storage in a markedly different way. And enterprises are following by utilizing storage in new ways, depending on their needs and...

In 480 B.C., during the Greco-Persian wars, the famous Battle of Thermopylae took place between the invading Persian Empire led by king Xerxes and an alliance of Greek city-states led by Leonidas of Sparta. You may remember Leonidas and this battle from the movie "300." The battle was...

In this update, ActualTech Media partner James Green discusses Oracle Ravello's announcement that the Ravello service is available on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (formerly known as Bare Metal Cloud) which allows the HVX hypervisor to run directly on bare metal. Performance and configuration increases are possible...

At Tech Field Day 14 in Boston a few weeks ago, the delegates had a chance to hear from Turbonomic. I had a special dose of excitement for this presentation for a few reasons. First of all, VMTurbo (Turbonomic’s old name) was a presenter at my...

At Tech Field Day 14, NetApp (@netapp) kicked off the event as the first presenter and also brought the biggest surprise of the event. In a refreshingly modern and progressive set of presentations, the presenters discussed NetApp’s open source contributions and their integrations with cloudy...

What if I told you that Oracle was building a public cloud offering that could rival the offerings from AWS, Microsoft, and Google? If you're like most folks in enterprise IT, you'd have one of two reactions: you'd either laugh me out of the room and...

On our RoadCast series where we tour around the country and record informative videos for our audience with exciting enterprise IT companies, we get questions very often about the contents of our video kit. It's a unique beast because we have some special requirements. On our...

We’ve been spending lots of time on the road meeting with industry leaders to discuss the latest technologies and the current state of enterprise IT. Earlier this year, we spoke with Brad Peterson, VP of Marketing at Workspot, to learn about VDI 2.0, desktops-as-a-service, and how...

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