Monthly Archives: November 2005

Living History Farms 10k Race

I am back from the Living History Farms 10k race. You know the one described as, Quote: ake the decision to be a part of the “Largest & best Cross Country Race in North America”. You must be ready to … Continue reading

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Another Atkins Diet Update photo

I thought I might post my latest update photo in honor of my upcoming 10k race at Living History Farms. It is my first race, albeit a fun one, since losing the weight, so I have a bit of the … Continue reading

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VMware ESX Servers and Websphere virtual machines

One of our primary application server infrastructure models where I work is Websphere. In the last 12 months, we have seen the environment double or triple in size as we not only have Test, QA, and Production, but now have … Continue reading

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A look at Xen from VMware engineer perspective

Keith Adams, an engineer in the VMware virtual machine monitor group, takes a look at the new up and comer virtualization product, Xen: It offers some of the advantages of VMware products (unmodified application binaries) without offering others (unmodified system-level … Continue reading

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