Andrew has been professionally involved in the technology sector for 11 years. For the last six of them he has worked with the latest technologies while employed by the University of Texas at Austin. Two years ago, Andrew started his own consulting firm and development house, l o s t c r e a t i o n s. He is also a founding member of the Austin VMware Users' Group (VMUG). His current pet development project is Sudo for Windows (http://sourceforge.net/projects/sudowin).
In 2004, Andrew started working heavily with consumer virtualization and in 2005 began pushing for server virtualization in UT's central technology department, Information Technology Services (ITS). In 2006, Andrew designed and implemented ITS' first enterprise virtualized server infrastructure environment.
Andrew is an avid fan of .NET, Open Source, Terminal Services, coding, and comics. He is a Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD) and Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD). Andrew graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a BA in Ancient History and Classical Civilization and currently lives in Austin, Tex. with his wife Mandy and their two puppies, Lucy and CJ.
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Contributions from Andrew Kutz
- Xen-based virtualization minimizes hypervisor relevance
- Creating a live operating system in a VMware environment
- Creating an ESX VI3 cluster
- Setting up shared storage for VMware ESX Server
- Weighing hosted, bare-metal, OS and hybrid server virtu
- VMware Infrastructure 3 and USB attachments
- Cisco PIX emulator
- Migrating large virtual machines
- VMware HA and VirtualCenter on an ESX host that fails
- VirtualCenter, VMotion and licensing
- VMware Player/Windows Vista help
- VMware Player driver help
- Connecting to the Internet with Solaris 10
- Help with the VI3 SDK
- VMware and DMZ
- Misconfigured HA agent troubleshooting
- Troubleshooting slow virtual Web servers
- Servers for virtualization
- Servers and consolidation
- Tools for consolidation