Introduction

Harry Foxwell is a Principal Engineer for Sun Microsystems Federal division in the Washington DC area, where he is responsible for solutions consulting and customer education on Solaris and OpenSolaris, open source software, virtualization technologies, and cloud computing.

He has worked for Sun Microsystems since 1995. Prior to that he worked for 6 years as a UNIX and Internet specialist for Digital Equipment Corporation; he has worked with UNIX systems since 1979. He also maintains Sun's internal website of Linux technical information and has been a Linux user since 1995; he has been influential in developing and promoting Sun's Linux, open source, and x86 strategy and messages. He is coauthor of two Sun BluePrints: Slicing and Dicing Servers: A Guide to Virtualization and Containment Technologies, Sun BluePrints Online, October 2005, and The Sun BluePrints Guide to Solaris Containers: Virtualization in the Solaris Operating System, Sun BluePrints Online, October 2006, and author of the book Pro OpenSolaris.

He received his doctorate in Information Techology in 2003 from George Mason University (Fairfax, VA), and has since taught graduate courses at GMU in Operating Systems, Computer Architecture, Computer Security, and in Electronic Commerce.

Harry is also a Vietnam veteran; he served as a platoon sergeant in the US Army's 1st Infantry Division in 1968-1969.

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Welcome to the blogosphere, Harry

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