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I am Simon Gallagher, I work for Microsoft as a Technical Program Manager for the Azure Confidential Compute product
I am based in the UK (yes, near ye-olde Londinium) I have two small human children at present and I like fast cars and cycling although none of them are particularly compatible, I am a compulsive techie/geek and to prove it I am building a temple of geek in my garden where I can worship without disturbing my family* – read about it here.
This is my blog, it’s not a corporate outlet and all opinions expressed are entirely my own – if you want to contact me, feel free to leave a comment, email me at simon.gallagher@LanSolve.com or via my twitter account
During my career I have worked mainly with Microsoft & VMware technologies although I am conversant with other flavours of OS and tech, particularly Linux and Open Source projects.
My official biography says the following…
Infrastructure Architect with pre and post-sales experience specialising in cloud, virtualization and server based computing.
Experience across a wide variety of industries and proven record of on-time and on-budget multi-million pound project delivery using both traditional and agile methodologies. Simon is calm under pressure and takes a pragmatic approach to complex problems or politics, he can successfully engage and build confidence with all levels of a business from operations staff to C-level.
* They don’t mind that much, really – but I need more space!
** Standard disclaimer applies not use internally, your mileage may vary etc. etc.
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I did see esx 4.0 can be run inside esx 4.0 I would like to ask is it possible to run 64-bit nested VM’s under this ESX 4.0 installation or only 32-bit nested VM’s ?
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Thanks for coming out to the Carolina VMware User Summit! Shoot me an email some time. Maybe you want to speak next year? 🙂
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Hey there – I’m actually reaching out to you based on a comment you left here http://www.hypervizor.com/2009/07/vsphere-in-a-box-a-virtual-private-cloud-blueprint/ about the “Virtual machines in the same Fault Tolerance pair cannot be on the same host” error seen when enabling FT for a VM. I’ve run into the same issue but I’m not seeing where I may have mis-configured something. Care to expound on your response on the page above? Much appreciated!
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