This article is a work in progress, more photos to be added soon. That's a lot of hi-res pics, glad I have KeyCDN ready for you!
Had a great time at VeeamON 2017 in New Orleans, meeting many virtualization experts and bloggers for the first time. Oh, and I learned stuff too! There were also so many chances to meet so many experts in backup, which sounds sexier when it's called availability these days. Most of the 62 Veeeam Vanguards were there with me, enjoying a private breakfast briefing with the "real" press and best of all, direct access to members of the product development teams in a lively AMA session.
I went a little overboard on the twitters here, quite the who's who, eh? See this set of tweets, and this set.
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After 6 successful years testing and shipping well over 1,000 Xeon D Bundles, Wiredzone had to stop selling them in mid-2021 due to cost, supply, and logistics challenges. So far, Xeon D-1700/2700 (Ice Lake D) solutions are looking very promising for 2022, and I'm glad Pat Gelsinger is at Intel's helm. AMD's successor to 2018's AMD EPYC Embedded 3000 Series seems too far off.