I’m always having to look up power connectors when quoting equipment or reviewing with a customer, to make sure that PDU’s have the appropriate receptacles. I always feel like the information provided by equipment providers doesn’t match up with what’s on the PDU or what the customer states they have.
Got this email today, and it makes me very very sad to see this product go. I’ve been a huge fan of Mint for many years now, and being a Mac user, have loved the Mint Quick View in my Menu bar.
We are writing to inform you that we will be discontinuing support and development for QuickView, the Mint Mac OS desktop app.
We’ve promised to hold ourselves to the highest standard of quality in our products, and strongly believe that shifting our efforts to the Mint Web, iOS and Android applications will help us deliver above and beyond that promise. There’s so much about QuickView that we love – and it’s hard for us to say goodbye to it – but we are confident that this change will help you get even more out of Mint.”
I hate to see a good product go, especially one that was useful. Sure, I can open my browser and see Mint, or get it on my phone, but having Quick View in the menu bar, was great.
Sigh, goodbye Quick View… You’ve been a mainstay in my Mac’s Menu bar for many many years.
I’m a fan of NSX.
Ever since I deployed it for the first time, and got it working, I realize the power, AND ease of what it would provide.
I’ve had VMware NSX deployed in my lab for a while now, but I wanted to migrate my vSphere environment over to utilizing NSX fully for all VM’s, minus vCenter, the PSC, etc.