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February 2015 Server StorageIO Update Newsletter (StorageIOblog)

Hello and welcome to this February 2015 Server and StorageIO update newsletter. The new year is off and running with many events already underway including the recent USENIX FAST conference and others on the docket over the next few months.

Customers Share Their Secrets – Latisys and 3PAR all-flash storage (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

I'm just back from spending the week in Phoenix, Arizona.  For the last 5 years, HP Storage has pulled together our marketing team from around the world to celebrate our successes, plan for the coming 12 months, and to hear from customers and partners.   The customer that joined us this year was Christian Teeft. Christian is the CTO of Latisys. Latisys is a US-based hybrid cloud ...

HP OneView and 3PAR StoreServ – Awards pile up as milestones fly by (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Lee Kaminski, HP Storage   Just three months ago I blogged about the astounding user adoption of HP OneView. Since that time an even more astounding number of new users have started to realize the benefits of the New Style of IT and converged infrastructure. HP OneView has now passed the 100,000 license milestone and is installed in more than 80 countries.   But that's not all! ...

A Cloud of Your Own (The Virtualization Practice)

Ever since iOS 7 came out with its corresponding version of iTunes, I have not been able to sync my iPhone contacts and calendars directly to my MacBook any more. Since that update, you have to use iCloud (preferred by Apple), or you have to roll your own cloud that has similar functionality. This seems…Read more →A Cloud of Your Own|The Virtualization Practice

News: Barriers to Community Broadband Struck Down (The Virtualization Practice)

On February 26 in a groundbreaking announcement, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) agreed in a 3 – 2 vote to recognize the rights of two southern US cities (Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Wilson, North Carolina) to build their own publicly owned high-speed Internet networks in areas where incumbents had refused to invest in modern infrastructure to…Read more →News: Barriers ...

2015-feb-26 #vBrownBag LATAM #VMware Network Virtualization #NSX– @ercruzv Randall Cruz (ProfessionalVMware)

The following content is in Spanish, the language in which the webinar is presented.El pasado 26 de febrero 2015 en ProfessionalVMware #vBrownBag LATAM se presentó el tema: VMware Network Virtualization – @ercruzv Randall CruzEsta presentación es una continuación de la serie #vBrownBag, en Español, LATAM, podcast, professionalvmware.com, recording, Spanish, vbrownbaglatam2015feb19, Virtual...

Memory Deep Dive: NUMA and Data Locality (frankdenneman.nl)

This is part 6 of the memory deep dive. This is a series of articles that I wrote to share what I learned while documenting memory internals for large memory server configurations. This topic amongst others will be covered in the upcoming FVP book. Previous parts: Part 1: Memory Deep Dive Intro Part 2: Memory subsystem Organisation Part 3: Memory Subsystem Bandwidth Part 4: Optimizing for Perfor...

Atlantis USX 2.2 Released Bringing New Hyper-Converged Volume Type Support And More (ESX Virtualization)

Atlantis USX has an update – Atlantis USX 2.2. I must say that I’m quite “hooked” with their technology since I met them during VMworld Barcelona where thy won a gold medal in the storage category. Atlantis has more aces in their sleeves which will make more sense when vSphere 6.0 will be GA – vVOLs [...] Read the full post Atlantis USX 2.2 Released Bringing New Hy...

Last chance before Top vBlog begins – don’t miss out (Welcome to vSphere-land!)

  The vLaunchpad is all up to date with additions and changes so if you are not listed on there right now you won’t be part of the voting so make sure you go look. Note I did add a few late additions to the bottom of the Virtualization Blogs column that are out of … Continue reading » [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and m...

FVP 2.5 Server side storage intelligence in the post flash era (frankdenneman.nl)

Yesterday we (PernixData) released the new version of the FVP Platform. FVP 2.5 continues to improve the feature set of the storage acceleration software that allows datacenters to build storage architectures that are simply not achievable with the traditional storage array architectures. Server Side Storage Intelligence FVP integrates in the VMware ESXi Hypervisor. This allows FVP to integrate ...

Xtravirt Releases SONAR — Reporting as a Service (The Virtualization Practice)

Xtravirt has earned a reputation as a leader in virtualization and cloud technologies, and its consultants regularly work on some of the most complicated environments in Europe. Xtravirt has also been active in the community, releasing tools and Visio stencils to help clients plan their virtualization processes. Tools like vPi and the Document Downloader are staples…Read more →Xtrav...

Protect your SQL Server database against disasters with HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 All-Flash (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Parissa Mohamadi, Microsoft Solution Manager, HP Storage Marketing   Count on no compromise when it comes to deploying your mission-critical SQL Server database on HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 All-Flash. Imagine being able to process all the orders flooding into your order-entry database in a flash – while making sure that your mission-critical database is always-on despite an outage, ...

Snapwatcher for VMware – Free Tool to fix snapshots in VMware environment (ESX Virtualization)

Opvizor has just released new free tool called Snapwatcher which enables to scan your VMware environment for orphaned snapshots and snapshots that aren’t visible through vSphere client. The tool not only shows you the snapshots, but also fix them. Snapwatcher for VMware can not only report on snapshots, datastore space savings when deleting or fixing [...] Read the full post Snapwatcher fo...

Cool Tool – Snapwatcher (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

Invalid or broken snapshots are caused by all kind of actions the system admin has no control of i. e. backup solutions that trigger the snapshot creation and deletion. If VMware struggles to delete the snapshot files an invalid snapshot is made. This kind of snapshots are known to be hard to detect and tend to grow hidden to waste precious disk space. Monitor VMware snapshots across VM...

Parallels buys 2X Software (Brian Madden)

Yesterday Parallels announced that they have acquired 2X software. Who is Parallels? Parallels is a virtualization software company with offerings that are similar to VMware. They have Mac-based client-focused solutions, including Parallels Containers...(read more)

Trouble in the Federation re ScaleIO and VSAN? (Virtual Geek)

Is there fighting in the family?   Actually, that’s just an intentionally inflammatory, eye-ball grabbing headline – everything is actually great, and even getting better :-) I just wanted to try on for size how it would feel to build a “The Register” style headline for a topic which has subtleties (Chris Mellor, I will always love you :-) There’s some speculation in the i...

VMware Virtual SAN 6.0 (The Virtualization Practice)

With VMware’s announcement of vSphere 6.0, we’ve had a lot of new topics to write about. I’ll be focusing this post on VMware interpretations and implementation of software-defined storage and on the enhancements of VMware Virtual SAN 6.0 in particular. VMware’s strategy is to push for change by driving transformation through the hypervisor until we…Read more →VMware Virtual ...

Bigger means fewer? No one told the tape storage business. (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Andrew Dodd, WW Marketing Communications Manager, HP Storage Media   If tapes were dominoes, how many would you need to set up and topple in order to represent just four weeks of the HP tape business?!   This video represents about one month's worth of shipments for HP's European region (where the company has a leading 40% market share). As such, our tape dominoes are about 45%...

Starwind V2V Converter Free Tool Update – What’s New? (ESX Virtualization)

StarWind V2V Converter free tool allows the user to convert VMs from one format to another (back and forth). From VMware to Microsoft or from Microsoft to VMware. What it does it basically clones the VM so the original stays as is. There is no risk. It comes as a free utility from Starwind but it is also bundled [...] Read the full post Starwind V2V Converter Free Tool Update – What...

Memory Deep Dive – DDR4 Memory (frankdenneman.nl)

This is part 5 of the memory deep dive. This is a series of articles that I wrote to share what I learned while documenting memory internals for large memory server configurations. This topic amongst others will be covered in the upcoming FVP book. Previous parts: Part 1: Memory Deep Dive Intro Part 2: Memory subsystem Organisation Part 3: Memory Subsystem Bandwidth Part 4: Optimizing for Perfor...

RDSH versus VDI: 2015 edition (Brian Madden)

I've given a "TS versus VDI" presentation several times in the past. It began at BriForum 2008 Chicago, where I co-presented the topic with Benny Tritsch. In that presentation, Benny dressed up as the mature, "proper" solution (as TS was in those days...(read more)

The unstoppable rise of tape storage continues (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Andrew Dodd, WW Marketing Communications Manager, HP Storage Media   Back! But did it ever go away? As you can tell from the title of the article, the subject of today's blog is storage media, more specifically storage media market trends. Yes, I know what you're thinking. Storage media. Yes, tape storage. Your eyes are becoming heavy. You feel a sudden strong impulse to either sleep or...

vSphere 6 Feature Walkthroughs (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

Explore the features of VMware vSphere 6, the industry-leading server virtualization platform that lets you virtualize applications with confidence. vCenter Server Install - This series provides to instructions on installing various vCenter 6.0 components. vCenter Server Upgrades - Seamlessly upgrade from from vCenter Server and vCenter Server 5.x versions to versi...

How Are Your VCDX Related Communication Skills? (Chris Colotti's Blog » VMware)

Duncan Epping posted a great article today, that also had a link in it to his “Confessions of a VMUG Speaker“.  Both articles are great and got me thinking about the topic of communication skills.  Not public speaking by itself but what I’ve seen over the years as it relates to a person’s various communication skills both as an architect and as a person in general.  I...

NIMBOXX Acquires VERDE VDI Platform from Virtual Bridges (The Virtualization Practice)

In a surprise move, hyperconverged systems startup NIMBOXX has acquired Virtual Bridges’ VERDE VDI platform. NIMBOXX has received some early acclaim for its MeshOS™ hyperconverged appliance. This appliance takes a “simpler is better” approach to converged infrastructure platforms. NIMBOXX claims that customers can be up and running in as little as seven minutes after powering on…R...





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