Daniel Kusnetzky, Distinguished Analyst and Founder of Kusnetzky Group LLC, is responsible for research, publications, and operations. Mr. Kusnetzky has been involved with information technology since the late 1970s. Most recently Mr. Kusnetzky was Vice President of Research Operations for the 451 Group. Prior to that he was Executive Vice President of Corporate and Marketing Strategy for Open-Xchange, Inc., Vice President of IDC's System Software research and was responsible for research and analysis on the worldwide market for operating environments and virtualization software. During his 12 years with IDC, he was one of the most quoted analysts in the world. Prior to his time with IDC, he spent 15 years with Digital Equipment Corporation, where he was responsible for program and product management, and marketing in the areas of client software, server software, and clustered and networked systems.
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Making the IT Decision - Texas Tech University System
Information Technology executives speak out on their product and technology decisions and their use of systems software, virtualization technology and cloud computing. This book details the results of an executive interview conducted in September 2013.
Making the IT Decision - 2011
Information Technology executives speak out on their product and technology decisions and their use of systems software, virtualization technology and cloud computing. This book details the results of executive interviews conducted in 2011.
Virtualization - Virtual Machine Software is Just the Beginning
With the inherent capabilities of computers, virtualization has become a major catch phrase being bandied about in the media today. Usually, the media mistakenly equates virtual machine technology with virtualization itself.
Virtualization is nothing new. It is now available on everything from Mainframes to handheld devices.
Many organizations that are embarking on the journey to a more virtualized environment are more concerned with performance, consolidation or optimal use of server resources than preventing disasters. Availability and reliability just isn't part of their thinking until they actually experience a problem.
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