Containers are Virtual Machines After AllPosted on September 14
Are containers virtual machines or not? There’s a common analogy that VMs are like houses and containers are like apartments. And you are the application. When you live in a house, you have free rein to do as you please. When you live in an apartment, you have to share certain spaces, and parts of […]
A Quick and Dirty Review of AWS Diagramming SoftwarePosted on September 7
I’m trying out different services to import an AWS environment and turn it into a technically correct and aesthetically pleasing diagram. Surprisingly, although most of the services can correctly identify the resources, none of them are able to identify network connections. If you’re hoping for something to autogenerate detailed visual documentation of your AWS environment, […]
It's Time to Stop Using the Term Network Function Virtualization (NFV)Posted on August 24
I think it’s time to stop using the term “network function virtualization”. Why? Because it doesn’t exist, at least not in the way the term suggests. The term is a category error, and when people try to make sense of the term, confusion and frustration ensue. Think of it like this: what’s the difference between […]
Here’s a list of free apps and scripts I’ve created over the years.
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