Lostdomain.org was registered in 2003 as a “fun” name to host my email. After a while of working in the (web/server) hosting industry, I decided to use it as an archive for cool stuff, troubleshooting solutions, platform reviews, configuration examples, basically anything I came across during my day job that I wanted to save for future reference and the world to see.
I started working with datacenter technologies (networking, servers, storage) in 2006 and server virtualization in 2008. Immediately falling in love with VMware, I have been working with it ever since. Next to virtualization, I have a networking, servers, storage and programming background.
My current focus is on implementing and designing datacenter solutions around VMware, using mostly Cisco UCS, NetApp storage and Cisco networking equipment. The FlexPod architecture is commonly used.
Due to my broad interests and inability to “sit still”, I also have several projects going on. One of those is my biggest pride and life’s work. You can read more about WhatPulse here.
I’m currently working with Imtech ICT Communication Solutions, with some of the finest minds in the datacenter sector, designing and implementing next generation datacenter platforms.
Throughout my years in datacenters, I’ve also acquired some certifications: