In my day to day I have a need for use of several virtual machines.
Dude! Where's my mod?
Okay, its a been a while since I posted anything here. A really long while. Like “why the hell are you paying for this hosting” long while.
I apologize. I could make some excuses, but really, I’m just lazy.*
*(excuses may include by are not limited to: bought a new house, got quite busy at work, less lab time, had to install some french drains, build a chicken coop, mow the yard, whack the weeds, help customers, build a new lab server, walk the dog, buy a chainsaw, cut down some trees, re-build the lab server, chop more weeds, assemble furniture, blah blah blah.)
I promise I’ll try to post stuff a bit more regularly.
So in my recent foray into templating languages I ran across liquid.
Recently I had a customer who was running into some legacy infrastructure challenges with VM consistency, meeting (internal) customer expectations, and gener...
Well, I’d call that a sabbatical, but I think that would mean I was relaxing. Time to revive this thing (again).
I spend a fair amount of time building labs and then breaking them.
“Hey Brandon, how about something networky for a change?” First- Shut up, I don’t even like you (just kidding, you’re probably very pleasant). Second- I th...
I’m a guy who thinks you should use the right tool for the job. For instance, if you’re in a Windows environment, and you need to script something, installi...
I’m in an environment now where I have to proof-of-concept complicated/large ideas for environments to prove their feasibility. The latest project: High...
If it were up to me, I suppose that the only thing that I’d really be responsible for would be core networking infrastructure (and consumption of craft brews...
Okay, so I know the popular thing with network engineers is to remember the IP of EVERYTHING. I’m pretty good at it too. But having a lab at home and needi...
A penny for my thoughts?