shuttleTITAN is a personal blog about virtualization (primarily focusing on VMware products and suites) maintained by Varun Vermani. The name “shuttleTITAN” comes from the planet Saturn’s moon and its expeditions. Cassini spacecraft module “Huygens” landed on the planet’s largest moon “Titan” in the year 2005. With the data they shared, it was later concluded that it is the only moon known to have a dense atmosphere, and the only object in space, other than Earth, where clear evidence of stable bodies of surface liquid have been found. Here “shuttle” is the medium of sharing knowledge and “Titan” is Virtualization.


Varun Vermani is a Lead Solution Architect, working in the EN (existing/new) global presales team at “HCL Technologies UK”, with focus on providing strategic hybrid-cloud solutions to the UK and Ireland region. His Background comes from Microsoft Windows Servers and VMware datacenter products with around 17 years of experience in the IT infrastructure domain, have worked and represented the leading vendors – Microsoft & VMware in their enterprise platform and professional consultancy services.



The views expressed anywhere on this site are strictly mine and not directly by VMware, Microsoft, or any other company. shuttleTITAN.com makes no expressed or implied warranties on any blog posts, comments or any other information mentioned on the site. In no event shall shuttleTITAN be liable for any, incidental, indirect, or any other damages arising out of or associated with any aspect of this site, its use, reliance upon the information, recommendations, or inadvertent errors contained herein.

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