VMware Cloud on AWS

Today we’re going to be talking about the VMware Cloud on AWS, and the solution architecture of some of the components that it makes up.

Understanding Availability, Backup and Disaster Recovery

Understanding Availability, Backup, and Disaster Recovery in the age of Cloud. Presented by Josh Fidel, Principal Solutions Architect with Rolta|Advizex.

Modernizing your Data Center with HCI, dHCI & Cloud

Modernizing your Data Center with HCI, dHCI & Cloud. Presented by Josh Fidel, Principal Solutions Architect with Rolta|Advizex.

Simplify your Future IT Automation

Many businesses tell us that IT operations are becoming increasingly complex. The reality is that with all the new applications, IT functionality and cloud technology, IT is shouldering the brunt.

IT Financial Management (ITFM)

Our Advisory Services – Information Technology Financial Management (ITFM) offering can be a specific engagement or part of an engagement, depending on the client’s needs.

R|A Tech Series: Pat McGovern – Database Win

Pat McGovern, a managing consultant for Rolta|Advizex, helps put our philosophy of “Customers for Life” into motion, showing how a long-term business relationship with a longtime client has evolved and developed with the times and the technology.

VMware Container Comparisons

Why would you run containers on bare metal versus inside of a virtual machine? Join Rolta|Advizex Solutions Enterprise Architect Joe Clarke as he explains when you would utilize either method, showcasing the comparisons, and outlining the differences between the two.

VMware Enterprise PKS Explained

In this video, Joe Clarke, Solution Architect at Rolta|Advizex & 2 time VCDX explains what components make up VMware’s Enterprise PKS offering, what a typical solution buildout looks like and a highlight of some operational capabilities within the suite.

HPE Tech Series: Mitch Brown – Simplivity

“After 30 years of working in this industry and developing solutions for customers, what I find is the biggest falldown is the process gap, where processes change and the IT process doesn’t keep up with that change.”