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VMware Horizon with View and Virtual SAN Reference Architecture (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

This reference architecture is based on real-world test scenarios, user workloads, and infrastructure system configurations. It uses Dell R720 PowerEdge rack mount servers with local storage to support a scalable and cost-effective VMware Horizon with View linked-clone desktop deployment on VMware vSphere 5.5. Extensive user experience and operations testing, including L...

Implications of Nutanix SLA Management Plugin for DaaS Providers (myvirtualcloud.net)

Last week I unveiled the new Nutanix Plugin for XenDesktop (here). The plugin enables XenDesktop administrators to configure Service Level Agreements via the commonly used XenDesktop Studio graphical user interface. These user configurable SLAs are then translated into set a set of unique properties and values that are individually assigned to VMs and vDisks.   The fact that Nutanix is enab...

OpenStack Summit – It’s all about the Developers (Technodrone)

This one has been sitting in the drafts for a while. What pushed me to publish and finish this post was an article posted by Brian Gracely, Will Paris be the last OpenStack Summit? The Openstack Summit is actually two separate tracks – one for... This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more!..

#vBrownBag Follow-Up VMware VCP-DCV with Mike Brown (@VirtuallyMikeB) (ProfessionalVMware)

In the final episode of the professionalvmware.com #vBrownBag VCP-DCV series, Mike Brown provides a HA & DRS fire hose review requirements, configuration and consideration for HA and DRS.VideoSlidesYou can find Mike on Twitter @VirtuallyMikeB and his blog at http://virtuallymikebrown.com/Originally published at http://ProfessionalVMware.com - Sign up for the live #vBrownBag broadcast at ht...

Microsoft StorSimple Hybrid SAN Links Data Center Back to Azure (The Virtualization Practice)

Two years after its acquisition of cloud storage gateway vendor StorSimple, Microsoft is introducing new physical and virtual appliances into a hybrid cloud storage service that will blur the lines between on-premises SAN and Azure cloud storage for its customers. Microsoft acquired StorSimple in October of 2012. Beyond some bold statements about StorSimple’s potential to become its next $1 bi...

Part 2: Citrix Monitoring — EdgeSight/Director vs. Third-Party Tools (The Virtualization Practice)

Part 1 of yesterday’s “Citrix Monitoring Tools” article described inherent Citrix monitoring functionality and presented an overview of Citrix EdgeSight/Director. Part 2 will cover specific features of EdgeSight/Director, based on a comparison with key third-party monitoring solutions. However, before we delve into that core subject matter, applications should be discussed. Application Mon...

ESXi 5 Unresponsive VM – How to Power Off (ESX Virtualization)

Sometimes your VM gets stuck and you have no possibility to do graceful shutdown or power off through the vSphere client. Saying it differently, the VM is stuck and the only way is to reboot the whole ESXi host, which you certainly don’t want to do. But the unresponsive VM running there can be “killed” […] Read the full post ESXi 5 Unresponsive VM – How to Power Off...

Brocade joins #vBrownBag Tech Talk sponsors (ProfessionalVMware)

We now have three confirmed sponsors for the #vBrownBag TechTalks at VMworld USA 2014. I know Brocade from many years ago as a Fibre Channel switch vendor. For a few years they have been moving into Ethernet switching and of course into software defined networking. I particularly like the Vyatta router, which runs beautifully in a VM.If you haven’t already proposed a TechTalk then use this for...

OSCON 2014 Day 2 – Go & Continuous Delivery Tutorials (Kendrick Coleman dot com)

Back again with another update. Day two started off strong. It was tough to choose, but I opted to do Getting Started with Go and Continuous Delivery. There were definitely some other cool tutorials I wish I could have done such as Zero to Cloud with @NetflixOSS.   A cool free e-book to download OSCON 2014 speaker interviews   Eagerly awaiting another year of open source wonders, the Opensou...

Spousetivities at VMworld 2014 (blog.scottlowe.orgblog.scottlowe.org » )

Long-time readers know that since VMworld 2008 in Las Vegas, my wife Crystal has been organizing spouse activities—aka “Spousetivities”—for spouses, partners, family members, and friends traveling with VMworld conference attendees. This is a true labor of love for Crystal; she works tirelessly to gather sponsors, organize activities, and handle the logistics for the event...

#vBrownBag Follow-Up Cisco CCNP DC with Tom Hollingsworth (@networkingnerd) (ProfessionalVMware)

Tom Hollingsworth comes back for the second of two parts cover the Cisco Certified network Professional for Data Center (CCNP DC) on the ProfessionalVMware.com #vBrownBag podcast.Video You can follow Tom on Twitter @networkingnerd and his blog networkingnerd.netSign up for the live ProfessionalVMware.com #vBrownBag broadcast at http://professionalvmware.com/brownbags/ where you can get updates o...

VMware KB Digest – New KB articles published for week ending 7/19/14 (VMwareTips)

In our effort to provide our viewers with up to the minute information on VMware related news and topics, we’re posting the following list of new KB Entries for this week, direct from VMware Support. My VMware Completing the Direct Connect 2.0 Network Connectivity form (2074923) Date Published: 7/15/2014 Socialcast On Premise v2 Creating a Town Hall meeting in Socialcast fails ...

Part 1: Citrix Monitoring Tools — Past and Present (The Virtualization Practice)

Monitoring and managing a Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop environment can depend on the embedded Citrix components or, if they are deemed insufficient, third-party tools. From a realistic standpoint, (aka, non-marketing), this article will review the inherent Citrix tools, and Part 2 will focus on third-party tools. The Past Back in the days of MetaFrame/Presentation Server, Citrix administrators and e...

Recording of my Presentation at OpenStack Israel 2014 (Technodrone)

Embedded below you can find the recording of my session "OpenStack in the Enterprise - Are you Ready?" You are welcome to go over the blog post I wrote about the event. The full playlist of all the sessions can be viewed here I have already... This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more!..

BriForum 2014 Boston kicks off today! (Brian Madden)

Hello from Boston where we're a few hours away from our 16th BriForum (in our tenth year). A few notes for those attending: The welcome address starts at 9:00. Visit briforum.com/quiz to qualify for the Geek Out (which will take place tomorrow night)...(read more)

Stop wasting your Storage Controller CPU cycles (frankdenneman.nl)

Typically when dealing with storage performance problems, the first questions asked are what type of disks? What speed? what protocol? However your problem might be in the first port of call of your storage array, the storage controller! When reviewing storage controller configurations of the most favourite storage arrays, one thing stood out to me and that is the absence of CPU specs. Storage c...

AutoAdministrator – Free Utility Which Can Automate without Scripting (ESX Virtualization)

Destined for IT administrators working with Windows based server systems, AutoAdministrator is a Free Utility Which Can Automate without Scripting. It allows to automate quite a few tasks through the program. The latest version is 2.4, but the product has been here for a while and now it’s completely free. Previously $69 (or $49 through some discount sites). […] Read the full post...

OSCON 2014 Day 1 – OpenStack & Docker Tutorials (Kendrick Coleman dot com)

It's Day 1 of OSCON and it's the first of the "tutorial days". It's similar to the few days leading up to VMworld where you can pay a little extra and go to the pre-conference bootcamps. You can look at the entire OSCON 2014 Schedule to see the list of tutorials and sessions.   The conference feel is unlike any of the big ones. There wasn't a single banner outside advertising the event and th...

HP Discover wrap-up according to bloggers (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

With my romp through Europe, I'm a bit late giving my semi-annual blogger shout-out after Discover.  We bring these independent voices to HP Discover so that you can hear someone else's view of the event and our news.  This year, we had 24 independent bloggers who attended HP Discover. and between them they posted over 75 articles and 49 videos.  I haven't had time to read and wat...

Why you should consider the business value of HP StoreEver Tape Storage (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Simon Watkins, Worldwide Tape Product Marketing Manager, HP Storage    So why does tape remain so popular for data protection in general and archive in particular? The answer lies in the on-going business value of the technology. Tape has made great technological strides over the last decade – from a performance, capacity, reliability and usability perspective. But while feeds and...

Good Read: Virtual SAN data locality white paper (Yellow Bricks)

I was reading the Virtual SAN Data Locality white paper. I think it is a well written paper, and really enjoyed it. I figured I would share the link with all of you and provide a short summary. (http://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/files/2014/07/Understanding-Data-Locality-in-VMware-Virtual-SAN-Ver1.0.pdf) The paper starts with an explanation of what data locality is (also referred to as “loca...

Lab Time – 64Gb RAM Box With Hexa Core CPU (ESX Virtualization)

Since several years of my IT career every time I decide to expand my lab is to build a new ESXi host or a box which does shared storage for my lab. So it means that I was always left with my laptop to do all the other work. The Samsung laptop I use is […] Read the full post Lab Time – 64Gb RAM Box With Hexa Core CPU at ESX Virtualization. Get Veeam v7 R2 Free Version! . VMware vSphe...

Big trends discussion with Nth Generation CTO Dan Molina (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

An annual event for me is the Nth Symposium - it's an event I really like to attend because my friends at Nth Generation in Southern California have a rich event with a lot of content - something as blogger I'm always looking for.  One thing that Nth has focused on over the years is education and it's reflected in Nth Symposium.   I first met Nth Generation CTO Dan Molina at HP Tech F...

People & Relationships Just as Important as Data for New CDOs (Wikibon Blog)

Organizations are increasingly coming to the realization that data is a core strategic asset, the new source of competitive advantage. Success in today’s economy is predicated on how organizations leverage data as much as any other corporate function. The challenge organizations face, then, is how to leverage this asset to its maximum potential in ways that are as efficient as possible and als...

Provision vSphere Datastores on Pure Storage Volumes with Powershell (2vcps and a Truck)

A week or so ago our Pure Storage powershell guru Barks @themsftdude sent out some examples of using Powershell to get information via the Pure Storage REST API. My brain immediately started to think how we could combine this with PowerCLI to get a script to create the LUN on Pure and then the datastore on vSphere. So now provision away with Powershell! You know, if that is what you like to do....





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