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Thursday, 19 January 2012 13:23

Manhattan Wardrobe Supply

Manhattan Wardrobe Supply is one of the most complex projects I've ever been a part of.  From their beginnings as a two computer/two printer shop with an afterthought web presence to the current website that does >$1.5M in sales annually to the support staff of shipping, stocking and computers that goes with that.
Published in Systems Management
Thursday, 07 April 2011 17:18

Managed Web Hosting

Joint Venture Systems' web hosting is co-located in some of the best server racks in the world, wherever they happen to be.

The thing that makes us really stand out, however, is our dedication to timely customer service and our commitment to giving you the personal attention that you need.  Joint Venture Systems is platform agnostic, meaning that we work with you to determine what you need (from physical server location to operating system to installed packages) and then provide for those needs, rather than offer a one-size-fits-all experience.


  • Hundreds of gigs of web storage (ever-growing and burstable as needed)
  • Dedicated Processor Time & System Memory
  • IMAP/POP/SMTP servers
    • Aliases, Lists & Autoresponders
    • SpamAssassin Spam Filtering
    • Easy switch to Google Mail for your Domain
  • full FTP access to your site
  • the latest Programming Languages (PHP5, Ruby, Perl, Python, CGI, etc...)
  • Streaming Audio & Video Capability
  • Snapshot Backup Capability
  • Raw logs and Awstats access
Published in Web Hosting
Thursday, 07 April 2011 16:17

Custom Systems

Clients have requested that I build custom servers and workstations for business or personal use.

This picture is of a 4U Rackmount chassis that sports 20 hotswap drives - complete overkill for all but the most demanding storage needs, and exactly what some of my clients want.  Coupled with a Xeon processor and a cascade of SAS-to-SATA connectors, this system puts terabytes of storage into play with ease.

Sometimes you need more power than your off-the-shelf Linksys router can give you, either in terms of packet support or firewall strength and extensibility.  In that case, I recommend (and build) secure, power-efficient network infrastructure that runs Smoothwall GPL or pfSense.  These small, rackmount machines do DHCP, firewall, VPN and QoS (among other options) and can really make a difference in your network's performance and security.
Published in Systems Management
Wednesday, 01 September 2010 22:49

Backup Servers

I run a backup server at a client's offices in Manhattan and remotely manage it from LA or wherever I am.
Published in Systems Management