About the blog

This blog is where I share my adventures in orchestrating the environment that I manage day-to-day. It is not a huge environment, but it is big enough that we need orchestration to be able to manage it effectively. I am also doing my part in trying to help the vCO community grow and hopefully this encourages other people to share their workflows as well.

About me

I’m a mostly self taught engineer, my first adventures in software development (if you can call it that) was with a program on a Commodore 64 that looked something like this:

20 GOTO 10

Since then I have done everything from batch files and perl, to QBasic, Delphi, C, C++ and C#, from PHP to GRAILS and most recently PowerShell and VMware Orchestrator.

My passion is automating boring processes and by doing that increasing the turnaround time and simultaneously increasing the quality of the work.

I’m currently employed at a east coast bank with somewhere around around 6,000 virtual machines, 360 hosts, 60 clusters and 10 vCenter servers. We have several of VMware’s products in various stages of deployment, these include vSphere, SRM, vCloud Director, tc server and of course vOrchestrator.

You can find me on the various social networks.

Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or suggestions for things you would like to see on the blog.


The views expressed anywhere on this site are strictly those of the authors and not the opinions and views of my employer.

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