About Dennis Laube

Dennis grew up in the Denver, CO area, transplanted to Salt Lake City, UT in 2014, and moved in 2018 to “the south”, to the Greater Atlanta area. Dennis is passionate about technology and spends his day helping customers with all things virtualization, enterprise applications and datacenter infrastructure. He has done consulting work for hundreds of companies nationwide, such as DirecTV, Princess Cruises, Pepperdine University and Chipotle. Dennis currently is in a Competitive Intelligence role at Pure Storage. He has been privileged to speak at various national events on the topics of datacenter virtualization, end-user virtualization, hyper-converged infrastructure and disaster recovery. In his free time, Dennis enjoys flying, all things coffee, whiskey and bourbon, traveling with his family and volunteering.

• Over 20 years in IT with expert level knowledge in the latest technologies
• Presales Engineering
• Solutions Architecture
• Solutions Selling (“The Challenger Sale” and Force Management “Command of the Message” trained)
• Relationship building
• Interpersonal skills
• Complex problem solving
• Enterprise storage solutions including Nutanix, Pure, EMC, NetApp, HPE and Dell
• Enterprise backup storage solutions including EMC, Veeam, Zerto, Exagrid, Imation and Quantum
• x86 Blades / Servers: Nutanix, HPE, Cisco and Dell
• Converged and HyperConverged Infrastructure (Nutanix, FlexPod, Vblock, Cisco Hyperflex, HPE Simplivity)
• Public Cloud Architecture (AWS, Azure)
• DevOps and Infrastructure-as-Code (VMware vRealize Automation (vRA), Nutanix Calm, Ansible, Jenkins)
• Container Technologies (Docker, Kubernetes, Google GKE, Amazon EKS, Microsoft AKS)
• Complex Enterprise data center design and architecture
• Business Continuity Planning and DR solutions
• Backup, Replication, Data Recovery, HSM and ILM
• Linux Administration w/Bash Scripting (Redhat, CentOS, Ubuntu)

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This blog is not affiliated nor does it reflect the opinion of the company I work for and is the personal opinion and ownership of Dennis Laube (myself the author) only.

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