Stephen J. Bigelow, senior technology editor in the Data Center and Virtualization Media Group at TechTarget Inc., has more than 20 years of technical writing experience in the PC/technology industry. He holds a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering, along with CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+ and Server+ certifications and has written hundreds of articles and more than 15 feature books on computer troubleshooting, including Bigelow’s PC Hardware Desk Reference and Bigelow’s PC Hardware Annoyances.
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Contributions from Stephen J. Bigelow
- Application containerization vs. Linux Containers
- What advantages do containers offer over virtual machines?
- What you need to get started with containers
- How local flash storage can accelerate your VMs
- Optimizing performance and power on a virtual server
- What virtualization-aware storage can do for you
- Should you choose a server with lights-out management?
- Is a white box server OK for virtualization?
- Hardware specs to consider when buying a server
- How can memory technologies improve VM performance?
- How to pick a backup tool for virtualization
- Is dedicated backup hardware better than software?
- Graphics support not 'all or nothing'
- Networking tips to boost Hyper-V performance
- Benchmark your VMs to prevent and resolve performance problems
- Is Task Manager or Perfmon the better choice for monitoring VMs?
- Improving virtual machine resilience
- Improving server performance with the help of I/O virtualization
- Reasons a VM wouldn't restart after a host fails
- Fixing VMware DRS migration problems