Dan Kusnetzky

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Daniel Kusnetzky, a reformed software engineer and product manager, founded Kusnetzky Group LLC, an industry research and consulting firm, in 2006. He's literally written the book on virtualization and often comments on cloud computing, mobility and systems software. and often comments on cloud computing, mobility and systems software. He has been a business unit manager at a hardware company and head of corporate marketing and strategy at a software company. In his spare time, he's also the managing partner of Lux Sonus LLC, an investment firm.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Dan Kusnetzky and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

Sumo Logic wants to make machine data analysis available to companies of all sizes

What secrets does the recent HP Officejet 8715 firmware update hold?

What secrets does the recent HP Officejet 8715 firmware update hold?

HP recently sent out a notice of the availability of a firmware update for its Officejet Pro 8710 family of inkjet printers. The company really didn't offer an explanation of what this update does and its tech reps appear not to know...

Veeam aims for continuous availability with Availability Suite v10

Veeam aims for continuous availability with Availability Suite v10

Veeam Software, known for easy-to-use, powerful data availability software for Windows and Linux, reaches for continuous availability, which goes beyond mere backup.

Can Ansible be the automation platform for the enterprise? Red Hat thinks so

Can Ansible be the automation platform for the enterprise? Red Hat thinks so

Red Hat says Ansible is just the tool to manage and automate the enterprise. The enterprise data center, however, is too complex for such a simplistic approach.

Why are mainframes still in the enterprise data center?

Why are mainframes still in the enterprise data center?

IT suppliers say they can help enterprises migrate mainframe workloads to another platform, yet mainframes are still common residents in the data center.

Can a PC support multiple users? A few suppliers say yes

Can a PC support multiple users? A few suppliers say yes

In a world of Gigahertz multi-core systems, multi-user PCs are still possible. MiniFrame and NComputing Co. have some options.

Serverless computing -- new idea or a new implementation of an old one?

Serverless computing -- new idea or a new implementation of an old one?

Serverless computing is a catchphrase that has recently emerged in the world of cloud computing. It's not a new concept from a technical point of view. It is, however, a new way to request, consume and then pay for computing services....

Resin.IO puts Linux and containers to work for IoT

Resin.IO puts Linux and containers to work for IoT

Resin.IO is working to make the use of containers and microservices useful tools to developers of Linux-based Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

Compuware Total Test brings unit testing to mainframe Cobol development

Compuware Total Test brings unit testing to mainframe Cobol development

With Total Test, Compuware says DevOps environments can use Cobol and mainframes to accelerate development and reduce IT costs.

Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 targets private cloud

Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 targets private cloud

Red Hat has brought together a number of open source projects to create an integrated, easy to use and manage version of OpenStack. The integration makes it easier for enterprises to deploy an OpenStack-based cloud computing...

Dell Wyse 5060: The thin client for knowledge workers

Dell Wyse 5060: The thin client for knowledge workers

An AMD 2.4GHz quad core processor, support for up to 8GB RAM and 64GB flash makes the Dell Wyse 5060 a heavy hitter.

SUSE releases SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 Service Pack 2

SUSE releases SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 Service Pack 2

SUSE takes steps to improve the performance and adaptability of its enterprise Linux distribution. This is a quick-take on the announcement and how SUSE and Red Hat can be positioned.

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