I’m a Solution Architect based in Surrey, UK. I have a keen focus on Cloud, virtualisation and storage, and currently spend my time helping customers to translate their business requirements into technical solutions at Rackspace.
Working across multiple industry verticals since 2004, I’ve been involved in designing, building and managing numerous VMware, Wintel and storage estates, as well as providing technical consultancy for a number high profile projects.
I’m a bit of a cert nerd, and hold various vendor certifications from VMware, Amazon, Microsoft, Citrix and Cisco as well as architectural qualifications from TOGAF and the BCS.
I have a wife and two mischievous daughters. When not spending time with them, I can generally be found tinkering with my home lab, pottering in my man cave, studying for my next IT certification or trying to figure out what this cloud thing is really all about…
A keen blogger, community member, 4x vExpert and regular attendee of the London VMUG, I was eventually coerced into speaking a couple of times and it’s been a struggle to keep me quiet ever since!
You can find my blog at:
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Oh yeah, and I also love memes! ?
I am currently a Presales SE working for a prestigious global I.T. company in the South East of the UK. This involves in all aspects of solution mapping to customers pain points and educating customers in next generation technologies spanning core datacenter infrastructure, cloud and mobile.
My specialisms are in the Datacenter / Server / Business Continuity / Storage / Software driven space and I’ve evolved during this journey of approximately 15 years into somewhat of a virtualisation and all things tech junkie.
Hi all I am one of the founding member of the Open Homelab Project and currently the local web monkey for this wiki and Open TechCast
I am probably the youngest of the kids on the block out of the founders and have a passion for VMware and also Apple based products. I may have put some of you to sleep during the lightening talks at London VMUG previously!
I am keen to add new and different ways of accessing your home lab or even new ways of getting bang for your buck out of your production environment.
My current role means I get a wide coverage of all things tech so VMware, Citrix, Switching, Storage and a few other things in between
Ways of keeping in touch:
- Blog: http://www.virtualisedfruit.co.uk
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/GarethEdwards86
- LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/gareth-edwards-84401a46
Lead Tech Consultant @SBL_UK with a passion for tech, Scots fitba, beer, spicy food and cheese. VCP5-DCV, VCP6-DCV, vExpert,
I am a Cloud Architect, currently working for Atos. I focus on all things related to virtualisation, storage, cloud and whatever comes in between.
Being in the industry for about 20 years, you can call me ancient. If you feel that inclined, I can bore you with stories on how we used to manually park heads on a hard drive or bound protocols to network cards. Seriously though, I’ve designed, deployed and managed many enterprise environments, involving virtualisation, storage, directory and mail services. I’ve also provided services to VMware on similar projects.
I started blogging about 7 years ago so that I can share some of my knowledge with the community. Probably due to that, VMware made me a vExpert 4 years ago and also a vExpert NSX recently. I built my first home lab system back in 2001 so I am very keen to help anyone trying to do that. For that reason, I became a founding member and contributor to Open HomeLab Wiki. I am also a regular at UK and London VMUGs so please do come and have a chat whenever attending.