Why this blog

There are thousands of blogs about IT and Cloud computing.
They explain how to build and how to operate products and architectures. Some are really good, I learn a lot from peers and their experience.
Some blogs also reflect marketing messages from technology vendors or deliver useful product information.

My intention is to share real life experience, small facts that I take from customers' or internal projects, some pills of IT applied to real business needs.
I try to learn something every day from customers, from colleagues, even from competitors.
I believe that when you keep your eyes open, you listen and don’t assume you already know the best way to do your job, probably your work is more stimulating.
You have more satisfaction and, sometimes, better results.
The name of this blog was inspired by a page from Isaac Asimov:
"In every century people have thought they understood the universe at last, and in every century they were proved to be wrong.
It follows that the one thing we can say about our modern "knowledge" is that it is wrong."

I promise to share all the interesting thing that I discover, and I expect that you keep me honest and up to date with your comments and contribution.
I'm exposed to innovation and new technologies and trends, thanks to my role at Cisco, but I will try to limit my enthusiasm to proven facts and real projects.
You will not see marketing, propaganda or slideware on this blog. 
Maybe some fun, or curious story, will appear here.

The main topics I will cover are: Datacenter, Cloud Computing, DevOps, stateless computing and stateless networking, SDN, software defined everything.

Sometimes I will ask questions, if I'm looking for a solution, hoping that some friend will help.
Thank you all for your patience and your support.

- Luca

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