Want to know more about Open Convergence? Want to be able to install a DVX into your data center? That is where Build Day Live comes in. We’re in Sunnyvale, CA at Datrium to install the DVX into our vSphere environment. As always, we’re here all week dry running the installation to find out what works and what doesn’t. Then we wipe the system clean and install in front of your eyes. Our friend Keith Townsend (CTO Advisor) is also here to interview the execs, so you get the full picture. About Datrium Datrium focuses on Open Convergence for private clouds. They coined the term to break free from Hyperconvergence, due to how they address limitations in virtual infrastructure. Open Convergence allows for high-performance apps to get the resource it needs, while giving customers an easier budget to work with building their systems. About Build Day Live Build...
Just when you thought that the selfie stick was as annoying as it could get, this insipid tool of vanity gets a major upgrade. Because who needs a plain old selfie stick, when you can ten more feet on it? It’s totally necessary for all of those huge group selfies that you take on a regular basis. Well, maybe not you and I, but some people do make a habit of group selfies and for those people, this is the final frontier of selfies. Or so we hope. But it will likely get another upgrade at some point, because people.
The Panoramic Selfie Stick is designed for those oversized group shots and so you can capture the moment without having to leave anyone out of the picture. It has a compact design, I mean it is still a stick after all, but this one will extend to 10 feet in length. And of course this selfie stick works with any smartphone thanks to Bluetooth controls.
If you need to capture every moment and share each experience with very large groups of like minded people, the Panoramic Selfie Stick is the way to go. At least until we have one that extends to the tops of very large buildings.