As the senior systems administrator at a healthcare organization, Aaron leads a team of highly skilled engineers tasked with keeping core clinical and business applications online for patients and customers. He likes getting nerdy with engineers and architects and discussing complex problems and solutions. Aaron also enjoys interpreting these discussions by communicating with decision makers and end users in non-technical terms. His 10+ years of hands-on experience in application virtualization, server virtualization, storage management, data center monitoring, and automation gives him the tools he needs to guide organizations on how best to protect their applications and data.

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DevOps

Getting Started With Hybrid IT


Over the past few weeks, I’ve written a lot about hybrid IT and its benefits. New tools, new technologies, new skillsets. Hybrid IT is still new to a lot of companies, and you might be wondering how to get started. Below are some areas …



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DevOps

3 Reasons to Choose a Hybrid Cloud


The hybrid cloud makes everything better. It’s helping drive down costs, it’s making the software we use to run our data centers easier, and it’s pushing innovation. The public cloud has stolen the headlines for years, and for good reasons. A lot of exciting …


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Networks

Hybrid IT Opens the Door for New Skills


Hybrid IT merges private on-premises data centers with a public cloud vendor. These public cloud vendors have a global reach, near limitless resources, and drive everything through an API. Tapping into this new resource is creating some new technologies and new career paths. Every …


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Networks

Hybrid IT Requires Existing Skillsets


As the public cloud continues to grow in popularity, it’s started to penetrate our private data centers and realize hybrid IT. More companies are adopting a hybrid IT model, and I keep hearing that we need to forget everything we know about infrastructure and …