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
- Consolidation security issues
- Alternative ways to consolidate your servers
- Amazon's EC2 model and database-intensive apps
- XenServer 3.1.0: A tour with ups and downs, page 3
- How-to: VMware ESX, Linux virtual machines and read-onl
- XenServer 3.1.0: A tour with ups and downs, page 2
- Best practices for naming VMware virtual machines
- Supported VMware platform matrices
- VMware error help
- Server partitioning and VMware
- XenSource's XenServer 3.1.0: A tour with ups and downs
- VI3 and Consolidated Backups
- How to install, secure, monitor and backup VMware on Li
- Daylight savings time and VI3
- How to configure and secure Linux for VMware
- VMware for Mac virtualization?
- Is there common ground between service-oriented architecture and virtualization?
- VMware's virtual appliances
- Re: VMware Server on Windows vs. VMware Server on Linux
- Does VMware have memory sharing capability?