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Tripwire gets Beaver to flash their jewels!

It's Saturdays and I'm sure Stephen won't be upset at me for that title :-) good luck at Tripwire, Stephen!

"Stephen is the perfect fit for Tripwire as we continue to extend our leadership in the virtualization market, seeking new and different ways to address the growing customer needs in the market," said Dan Schoenbaum, COO of Products for Tripwire. "We are excited to have Stephen on board to help us further expand and execute on our corporate strategy to address our clients' growing virtualization needs."
Stephen is co-author of two books on virtualization, "Essential VMware ESX Server" and "Scripting VMware Power Tools: Automating Virtual Infrastructure Administration." In addition, he is Technical Editor of "VMware ESX Server: Advanced Technical Design Guide" and a contributing author to "How to cheat at configuring VMware ESX Server." A respected expert on virtualization technology, Stephen is a frequently requested speaker at venues such as VMworld, the VMware Virtualization Forum and the VMware Healthcare Forum. Stephen is an active community expert in VMware's weekly online show, "Community Round Table Panel," and is one of the most active participants and a moderator on the VMware Community forum. In addition, Stephen will be a host on Tripwire's new blog, "The Virtual Black Hole" that will launch December 15th, 2008.


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