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Mark Gabryjelski

Mark Gabryjelski, VCDX #23, leads up the Virtualization Practice here at WEI where he identifies, validates, and introduces new technologies that our customers can use to simplify and control their data center operations. Mark works with clients across all industries in the design, implementation and support of solutions that enable our customers’ consumption of virtualization technologies. Mark is an author and also conducts several of the customer training sessions in the WEI Knowledge Transfer Center (KTC).
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Posts by Mark Gabryjelski

Overview of VMware’s vRealize Suite

By Mark Gabryjelski |   Oct 11, 2016

Adoption of hybrid cloud is on the rise. In looking at the results of the 2016 State of the Cloud Survey, there is strong growth in hybrid cloud adoption as public cloud users added private cloud resource pools. 77 percent of respondents are now adopting private cloud up from 63 percent last year. As a result, use of hybrid cloud environments has grown to 71 percent (Cloud Computing Trends: 2016 State of the Cloud Survey). Sure, the research speaks for itself, but given our experience building private clouds and hybrid cloud environments for our customers, we can certainly vouch for the validity of those stats. However, seeing the benefits of hybrid cloud come to fruition relies on the tool your company will use to manage it.

4 Reasons Why You Need a Software Defined Data Center

By Mark Gabryjelski |   Jul 05, 2016

The hardware-driven data center will soon be unsustainable. If you think that statement may be too bold, look at the latest commentary on the benefits of the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC).

According to VMware, “The next generation of data centers is clearly software-defined: all infrastructure is virtualized and delivered as a service, with control entirely automated by software. To fully realize the potential of the software-defined data center, all infrastructure disciplines must therefore be virtualized, and put under automated control. [click to tweet] This creates a separate, more strategic motivation for software-defined storage.” Clearly, the hardware driven data center is well on its way to becoming an IT relic.

4 Considerations for Implementing Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

By Mark Gabryjelski |   Nov 17, 2015

Alongside Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is one of the main models of cloud computing available to IT professionals. [click to tweet] Depending on the number of resources consumed, implementing the IaaS model as part of your strategy can save your company money since users only pay for the time and data used. To make the most of this service model, here are four tips to keep in mind.


4 Benefits of Incorporating a Cloud Computing Strategy

By Mark Gabryjelski |   Oct 06, 2015


Incorporating cloud computing into your business’ technology model can change the way you operate on a daily basis, attend to customers and partners or interact with suppliers. By using a set of cloud-based hardware, networks or storage devices, you and your colleagues can access complex security systems, backup programs, IT infrastructure and more. Here are four reasons to include these beneficial systems as part of your business plan.

Key Mistakes to Avoid on the road to Infrastructure as a Service

By Mark Gabryjelski |   Sep 29, 2015

We talk to many IT organizations these days who want to know how to move their current data center operations to what many are calling a private cloud. They want to know how to transform their current virtual infrastructures into an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) model, so that they can add efficiency, consistency, and a deeper understanding of the actual costs of running a data center and “serving” applications to the business.

Cloud Readiness Assessment: 4 Steps to Success

By Mark Gabryjelski |   Sep 22, 2015


As you consider moving some of your business activities to the cloud, it’s important to assess your company’s needs to determine if you are ready to do so. While there are many steps to a cloud readiness checklist, there are several key components to start with. No matter which model you choose (IaaS, SaaS, PaaS), the steps to implementation are similar. Here are four considerations to get your company ready.

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