Frankdenneman.nl is the personal blog of Frank Denneman and has a strong focus on storage technology and compute resource management of a VMware virtual infrastructure and has recently been voted top 5 worldwide on vSphere-land.com.
What do I do?
I’m the Chief Technologist for PernixData, part of the Office of the CTO. I contribute to the product development and analyze technology trends impacting current and future business offerings. Additionally, I drive the PernixPro program and contribute to PernixData messaging.
Prior to joining PernixData, I worked at VMware in the technical marketing team focusing on distributed resource management features. Preceding my role at VMware R&D, I was a Consulting Architect in the VMware Professional Services EMEA team where I designed virtual datacenters for VMware customers. Before joining VMware PSO I gathered more than 10 years experience in enterprise information technology, designing virtual datacenters for multiple Fortune 500 companies worldwide since 2005.
I am a VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX29), previous member of the VCDX panel and co-author of the best selling vSphere Clustering Deepdive book series. Recently I have created the vSphere Design Pocketbook publishing platform. I routinely present at VMUGs, VMworld and other industry events. My articles can be found on frankdenneman.nl and networkcomputing.com.
In addition to the role at PernixData, I serve as a technical advisor for CloudPhysics. In this role I provide strategic guidance for product development and early product feedback.
The views expressed anywhere on this site are strictly mine and not the opinions and views of PernixData.