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VMworld EMEA is close, SimpliVity will be there with vBrownBag (ProfessionalVMware)

I cannot believe how the weeks are passing and we are getting closer to VMworld in Barcelona. We still have places for more TechTalks.The signup form is here, go ahead and sign up now.We are delighted to have SimpliVity sponsoring the TechTalks at Barcelona, just like they did for VMworld USA.

vCenter Server: Installable versus Appliance (VMGuru)

vCenter Server: Installable versus Appliance. Often when designing an infrastructure there is a choice to be made between the two options. Go for the easy and fast to deploy appliance or go for the scalable and flexible installation. Where with the previous version of ESX before version 5.5 the vCenter Server appliance was limited, when using the embedded database, to environments of up to 5 ES...

Citrix and VMware Hit the Refresh Button (The Virtualization Practice)

Citrix and VMware are busy refreshing their respective desktop and Windows app delivery platforms. A couple of days before VMworld, Citrix announced the forthcoming release of XenApp/XenDesktop 7.6, which will ship before month’s end. In the wake of VMworld, the VMware Desktop Product team has announced that it has released a major update to Horizon… Read more → Citrix and VMwa...

StarWind compared to VMware and Hyper-V (VMGuru)

With both VMware and Microsoft developing software based storage solutions, we started to wonder what kind of edge a product like StarWind still would have on these solutions. When we asked StarWind, they quickly replied with a couple of feature comparison documents. These documents point out some features in which StarWind still has a benefit over the products from VMware and Microsoft. St...

Free Tool – PowerActions for vSphere Web Client allows Integration of PowerCLI into the Web Client (ESX Virtualization)

New free tool for VMware administrators – PowerActions for vSphere Web Client. The new utility was released by VMware labs recently and allows to execute PowerCLI scripts from within the vSphere web client. The free tool called PowerActions for vSphere Web Client brings also a library of PowerCLI scripts prepared for use. You can add [...] Read the full post Free Tool – PowerActions ...

EMC XtremIO Destructive Upgrade Demonstrates Architecture Matters (Architecting IT Blog)

News has emerged about a potential upgrade issue with the latest version of O/S code for the EMC XtremIO all-flash platform.  As discussed in this blog post, the upgrade to XIOS 3.0 is not simply disruptive but is destructive.  According to Chris Mellor’s post, the reason for the destructive nature of the upgrade is to ...

An Open Letter to the OpenStack Foundation (Technodrone)

I have recently started to regularly follow the mailing lists and the conversations are quite interesting. It is quite evident that that OpenStack is starting to go through growing pains. It was quite evident as well from OpenStack Silicon Valley... This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more!..

How To Give A vCloud Air Virtual Machine Internet Access (Chris Colotti's Blog » VMware)

Advertise here with BSA The most common initial task that I get asked for help on is connecting a newly deployed virtual machine in vCloud Air from the catalog to the internet so you can install other packages or update the operating system.  This post is probably long overdue considering the number of times I have explained the fairly simple process to people so finally I have taken a mo...

#vBrownBag Follow-Up IPv6 with Wireshark with Jeff Carrell (@JeffCarrell_v6) (ProfessionalVMware)

Jeff Carrell returns to show you IPv6 through a Wireshark lens.VideoYou can follow Jeffrey on Twitter @JeffCarrell_v6 as well as his website http://www.teachmeipv6.com/Originally published at http://ProfessionalVMware.com – Sign up for the live #vBrownBag broadcast at http://professionalvmware.com/brownbags/ where you can also get updates and view all of our episodes including the Automate...

PaaSLane — “Application Modernization” Means “Cloud Ready” (The Virtualization Practice)

Cloud Technology Partners is now targeting both cloud readiness and application modernization projects with its PaaSLane 2.5. We’ve been tracking PaaSLane from Cloud Technology Partners from its initial beta, through launch, and now into version 2.5. It’s an interesting product; its premise is that application code needs to be different if it is to be… Read more → PaaSLan...

Webinar: Optimizing Business Value and Minimizing Risk (VMGuru)

Sifting through the marketing hype from VMware and Microsoft regarding their “server-side software-defined storage models” can be almost as challenging as understanding the underlying technical issues that software-defined storage seeks to solve. What is needed is a clear headed analysis of the storage challenges created by virtual server computing, the benefits and limitations of c...

Queue Depth info in the VSAN HCL! (Yellow Bricks)

I just noticed there has been an update to the VSAN HCL. When I now do a search for a disk controller (vmwa.re/vsanhcl) it immediately shows the queue depth of the controller. This will make life a lot easier, especially for those who prefer to build their own Virtual SAN node instead of using a Ready Node configuration. Although it is just a minor detail it is useful to know, and will de...

PowerCLI in the vSphere Web Client–Announcing PowerActions (Virtu-Al.Net)

You don’t know how excited I am to write this!  Around a year ago I presented something we were working on internal as a tech preview for my VMworld session, the response was phenomenal, if you were there you would remember people standing up and clapping and asking when this awesomeness would be available, its taken a while but its here and its worth the wait.  So what is this that I a...

Free Learning VDP Advanced 5.8 – Online Course by VMware Education (ESX Virtualization)

VMware has put online new training course for vSphere Data Protection (VDP) Advanced version. As you know the advanced version can backup business critical applications like Exchange, SQL or Sharepoint (Even if still on physical), and lifts many limits of VDP standard. The product has evolved since 5.1 or 5.5 versions, where the 5.5 version [...] Read the full post Free Learning VDP Advanced 5.8...

Customers Share Their Secrets: Helsingør Kommune (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

I've had a pretty amazing year with incredible trips to South Africa and Europe. My management has been very accommodating to me traveling as long as I can combine activities. So when the chance to speak at the Denmark VMUG over the summer came up, my manager said yes but combine some other things with the trip.     The city of Helsingør, known as Helsingør Kommune, is an HP 3PA...

VMware Fling – XenApp2Horizon (VMGuru)

And again a new VMware Fling – XenApp2Horizon. Fresh from the VMware labs, this time it’s all about migrating published applications and desktops from Citrix XenApp to Horizon View. One XenApp farm is migrated to one or more Horizon View farm(s). It’s called XenApp2Horizon. XenApp2Horizon helps you: Validate the View agent status on RDS hosts (from View connection server, and...

Latest Fling from VMware Labs – XenApp2Horizon (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

The XenApp2Horizon Fling helps you migrate published applications and desktops from XenApp to Horizon View. One XenApp farm is migrated to one or more Horizon View farm(s). The GUI wizard-based tool helps you: Validate the View agent status on RDS hosts (from View connection server, and XenApp server) Create farms Validate application availability on RDS hosts Migrate application...

What does Converged Infrastructure mean to you? (VirtualizeTips)

Advertise here with BSAOver the past several years I have been in countless discussion around Converged Infrastructure (CI) and what it is and the benefits that it provides. The one thing that I keep noticing is that there is a large variance in what CI means to different people. So I thought that in effort to get feedback from others and provide some of mine I would write this post to get ...

Time To Take On A New Challenge – VCDX Evangelist (Chris Colotti's Blog » VMware)

Advertise here with BSA Over the last nearly 7 years I’ve worked at VMware I have held positions in PSO, the original “Cloud Practice”, which then became the COE.  I’ve done a short time with the Nicira folks after the acquisition, and before the Networking BU was formed.  Then I went back to Global technology solutions, and finally to the vCloud Air Business Unit...

#vBrownBag Follow-Up VMware VCP-NV Objective 1 with Frank Büchsel (@fbuechsel) (ProfessionalVMware)

Frank Büchsel covers objective 1 of the VMware Certified Professional – Network Virtualization (VCP-NV) certification blueprint.Objective 1.1 – Describe the Benefits of a VMware NSX Implementation Objective 1.2 – Describe VMware NSX Architecture Objective 1.3 – Differentiate VMware Network and Security Technologies Objective 1.4 – Contrast Physical and Virtual Network Technologies...

EUC Use Cases: Secure Hybrid Cloud (The Virtualization Practice)

Whenever I talk to security vendors and others about where security is going, or more to the point, should go, I draw out a use case I have developed over the years. It has grown and changed as the concept of the secure hybrid cloud has developed and expanded. The example I use demonstrates the… Read more → EUC Use Cases: Secure Hybrid Cloud|The Virtualization Practice

EVO:RAIL engineering interview with Dave Shanley (Lead Dev) (Yellow Bricks)

A couple of weeks ago we launched EVO:RAIL, a new VMware solution. I have been part of this since the very beginning, the prototype project started with just Dave and myself as part of the prototype team with Mornay van der Walt as the executive sponsor (interview with Mornay will follow shortly as this project involves many different disciplines). After Dave developed the initial UI moc...

Exclusive: interview with Lead Engineer Dave Shanley about EVO: RAIL (ESX Virtualization)

This is an exclusive interview with a Lead Engineer Dave Shanley who was at the very beginning of the EVO:RAIL process. I’m very glad that Dave was so kind and has accepted to reply to few questions as I thought that it would be cool to get also some informations from behind the scenes – [...] Read the full post Exclusive: interview with Lead Engineer Dave Shanley about EVO: RAIL at ...

Focusing on Backup – with a podcast and video interview (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

I've had a busy week but want to cap it off by giving you a really good podcast and video that I've done over the last few weeks. And while it's not BURA Sunday, I am on the topic of backup and recovery with the podcast and video.  The podcast is with Rick Vanover from Veeam, so go to the full blog post to get that.    While at Nth Symposium, there was a really good keynote from ...

Login VSI introduced Login VUM Beta (VMGuru)

At VMworld 2014 in San Francisco Login VSI announced a new product, Login VUM. Login VUM is based on Login VSI, but instead of simulating with multiple users to test the capacity of a system, it simulates just one user on a production system. A virtual user simulates a regular user on the system, spending all day just logging in and starting apps, and timing how long it takes them to complete. ...





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