About Ather Beg

Ather Beg is a technology and virtualisation blogger and is Chief Virtualogist at Virtualogists Ltd, which is a consultancy focusing on virtualised solutions. Ather has worked in IT for over 20 years and contributes his findings on this blog. In addition to holding several industry-related certifications, he has also been awarded vExpert status by VMware.
21 08, 2018

SoftNAS Cloud: Cloud Unlocker Storage?

By |2018-08-28T21:49:43+00:00August 21st, 2018|Cloud, Cloud Field Day, Storage, Strategy, Tech Field Day|2 Comments

SoftNAS Cloud is the flagship product that was presented at Cloud Field Day 4 by SoftNAS Inc. According to them, SoftNAS Cloud is a "data control and management" platform which enables companies to move their applications to the public cloud quickly. In doing so, they claim to have flexible solutions, ultra-fast transfer speeds and aim [...]

6 08, 2018

Cloud Field Day 4 (#CFD4) : A Heads-Up

By |2018-08-06T19:07:19+00:00August 6th, 2018|Cloud Field Day|1 Comment

A couple of weeks back, I finally decided to put my hat in the ring to become a Tech Field Day delegate. For those who don't know, Tech Field Day is a set of events hosted by Stephen Foskett and his team, where technology vendors get together with techies/bloggers/engineers of their field and have focussed discussions [...]

19 06, 2018

Release: VMware vRealize Network Insight 3.8

By |2018-06-19T18:47:42+00:00June 19th, 2018|Log Insight, Virtualization, vRealize Log Insight, vRealize Network Insight|0 Comments

After the release of VMware vRealize Network Insight 3.7 back in March, it is time for a service update and hence, the release of VMware vRealize Network Insight 3.8. It is essentially an evolution of 3.6 but with some important features introduced or improved upon. Before talking about some of the release highlights, I'd like to [...]

22 02, 2018

Cloud Automation: Running Powershell (or other) scripts after reboots

By |2018-02-22T09:58:56+00:00February 22nd, 2018|AWS, Cloud, Virtualization, VMware, vRA, vRO|0 Comments

When it comes to IaaS cloud computing, one of the main requirements is the ability to automate all processes. After all, while the cloud environment can just be another platform to host IaaS machines, you wouldn't like to keep building machines manually. Plus, we all want to follow NIST's definition of cloud computing and it's not [...]