About

homer

Solutions Architect // Virtualisation Geek // VMware // VMware vExpert // VCP // VxRail Xpert // Tired dad of two kids

Anthony Poh – a Technical Consultant with over 17 years of experience working within the IT industry….. given that he’s still employed it must mean that he’s doing something right…. (or has not yet be caught doing wrong!)
In those 17+ years, he has seen the market transition from main-frame to x86 rack servers to blades and now to virtualisation and cloud-based solutions.

Having been educated in the mystical arts of virtualisation and hardware, Anthony has as much (virtual) knowledge as what can be found with Google! In reality, he would rather prefer to be found sitting in front of his XboxOne or watching another re-run of Shawshank Redemption on the TV!
An avid Arsenal fan with a sharp wit and a good sense of humour… (especially needed being an Arsenal fan!)

His current role is as a Senior Technical Account Manager at CloudHealth by VMware in the UK, responsible for providing technical account management, technical advisory, and relationship oversight for strategic channel accounts within NEMEA….
(Although he would also like to think he has his head in the Clouds)

This blog has come about from the urge to leave a virtual footprint in the world, and to also help others whilst he’s at it! =)

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