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What I can do for you
Oftentimes, you know you need an infrastructure change, but you may not be exactly sure about what you need – or how to get there. I can help you determine desired results and develop a plan for reaching your goal there. That way, you get the control, flexibility, and returns that work best for you.
I can help you get going—quickly and in the right direction, by applying appropriate technologies to solve your most complex business problems.
Who I am
I am a Distinguished Technologist in HP’s TS Consulting organization, and I am currently serving as the infrastructure lead for the Big Data world-wide portfolio team. While my current focus is on Big Data I have a long history with other technologies including client infrastructure, client & server virtualization, messaging, unified communications, and directory services. I have been working with HP’s customers world-wide since 1983 and have served as the Global Lead for HP’s Microsoft Technology Profession.
I am a frequent speaker at HP and Microsoft events as well as other industry events and have been a contributor to the Windows & .Net Magazine newsletter “Exchange & Outlook Administrator”. I was also HP’s first Microsoft Certified Architect in Infrastructure, and have been named a Microsoft “Most Valuable Player” (MVP) multiple times. I have also co-authored technology books and have contributed to numerous books on Microsoft technology.
What I have learned
It's critical to identify the path you want to take before you set out on a journey.
I'm a Microsoft Certified Architect: Infrastructure and an Exchange Most Valuable Player, as well as a frequent speaker at Microsoft, HP, and other industry events. I'm also a contributor to the Exchange & Outlook Administrator newsletter and Windows IT Pro website and a published author with texts that include Microsoft Exchange 2000 Infrastructure Design (coauthor) and Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers (contributing author).
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See Donald in action
- “Understanding Exchange 2003 Global Settings and Message Limits,” Windows IT Pro, April 2005.
- “Do-it-Yourself Test RBLs,” Windows IT Pro, January 2004.
- Gary Olsen and Bruce Howard. Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiant Servers. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 2004.
- “Address Rewriting in Exchange Server 2003,” Windows IT Pro, December 2003.
- “How to Use WinRoute and MailQ,” Exchange & Outlook Administrator, May 2002.
- Microsoft Exchange 2000 Infrastructure Design: Co-existence, Migration, and Connectivity. With Kieran McCorry. Boston: Digital Press, 2001.
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