Gregory S. Hayes
Gregory S. Hayes has 20 years of experience in enterprise IT, specializing in OpenStack, Linux, and Open Source. Currently he is a Cloud Architect with McGraw-Hill Education, principally working on next-generation enterprise cloud initiatives. He has been involved in the OpenSource community since 1995, and considers himself an evangelist for enterprise cloud technologies based on OpenStack.
Tag Archives: openstack
It may be cliché these days, but I should point out that obviously nothing I express here represents the views of my current or former employers. I’m extremely grateful to them, and proud that I had, and continue to have, … Continue reading
VDI is a great way to enable end-users to take their corporate desktop with them on any device, anywhere in the world. Implemented correctly, it is also a great money saver for enterprises. However, to make this real, you will … Continue reading
I’ve been playing with devstack over the past few months, and I’ve been really impressed with the progress on Icehouse leading up to its release last week. There are some key new features, and updates, which I will touch on … Continue reading
The public “release candidate” of RHEL 7 (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) came out yesterday, and I decided to take a shot at installing the latest OpenStack RDO on it. The install was smooth, and surprisingly easy. To try it out … Continue reading