After 4.5 years of awesome at NetApp, it’s time to go.. back to Red Hat. What does this mean for “Captain KVM” or location or
millions thousands 10-12 loyal readers?
Surprisingly enough, it doesn’t change much from the content standpoint. There might be a little less focus on storage, but it certainly won’t be removed. And the big thing, KVM, will likely grow… My primary tech focus will be RHEL-OSP and NFV (network function virtualization). 80% of OpenStack and 100% of RHEL-OSP is deployed on KVM, so this remains relevant and key to this blog.
I’m not even moving.. I was 30-40 minutes from NetApp’s RTP campus, and I’m 12 minutes door-to-door from Red Hat Tower… but because of my new role, I’m actually listed as a “remote employee”.. so no desk at the tower for me. (There’s a Seinfeld/Soup Nazi joke in there somewhere..)
So this is really the evolution of my career as it follows the evolution of KVM.. I think it’s pretty cool.