Category Archives: Concept


For the past many years as a contractor and several missions where I could help Organisations assess, diagnose, audit and evaluate their virtual infrastructures and cloud initiatives I stumbled upon the fact that many of them just lack a strategic planning process. Eventually those who actually have … Continue reading

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You Just Failed Your Private Cloud Project… Why?

I have witnessed private cloud projects going belly up many times and by that I meant that these projects did not address the primary goals the sponsors set. Not that the goals were impossible or unachievable or maybe too exotic. Not at … Continue reading

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The Importance of The Non-Functional Requirements

As an architect, one of my objectives is to collect, often to define, both the functional and non-functional requirements of a project. That seems so obvious, right!? As a former VMware employee, I was educated and trained to follow Zachman … Continue reading

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Back To The Basics

During my time at Bull I had the opportunity to setup a Lunch&Learn program. For those who don’t know what it is, briefly it is a training event during lunch time. Usually the employer offers a free complimentary lunch. The … Continue reading

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