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March 26, 2012


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Chad, thanks for bringing a superb topic to the fore. I know you're obsessed about customer satisfaction, as am I, and for that reason I wanted to write a bit of a parallel thread to your post about the risks I've seen personally with Reference Architectures, and where they are best used - education.


Spot on to call out the channel partners - good ones don't just use a reference arch, they have built experience on top and all kinds of value add. The best partners have gone even further and built on top of VCE to get the best of all worlds...

Chris Wahl

Hi Chad,

Having worked on a logical config of a Vblock in the recent past, I must say that it's really cool to see what the equipment looks like on the floor. Thanks for sharing the video. :)

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