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End-User Computing track on VMworld 2014 Europe (VMGuru)

VMworld 2014 Europe is rapidly approaching. If you are interested in End-User Computing than there is an EUC track with lots of interesting sessions on the schedule. Within the EUC track their are two different currents, technical or business. In the technical current you see lots of different sessions from basic to deep technical. Also mark the keynotes on Tuesday and Wednesday in your calenda...

VMware patches for #shellshock (Yellow Bricks)

Last night a whole bunch of patches for the shellshock security issue were released. Although I am hoping that all of you have your datacenter secured for outside threads and inside threads by isolating networks, firewalls etc… It would be wise to install these patches ASAP. Majority of linux based VMware appliances were impacted, but luckily patching them is not a huge thing. Below y...

VMware just announced VMware Player 7 Pro. Is anyone using this for desktop virtualization? (Brian Madden)

Yesterday VMware announced that they're going to release VMware Player 7 Pro . I'm curious as to whether anyone's actually using this in an enterprise setting? If you've never heard of Player Pro, it helps to take a look at all of VMware's desktop products...(read more)

Catching up on Fibre Channel with HP and Brocade (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

One of the conversations I had at the recent Nth Symposium was with AJ Casamento from Brocade.  HP and Brocade have partnered in storage networking for a long time – probably about as long as AJ and I have worked in the industry!    Here’s a summary of what AJ and I discussed: Looking deeper into the storage network stack with Fabric Vision 16Gb Fibre Channel – ideal for l...

Intelligent Provisioning of StoreVirtual VSA with ProLiant Gen9 Servers (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

Earlier today, Kate Davis shared some news with you in her post, HP offers free software-defined storage with all Intel server puchases.  In summary, HP is providing a 1TB StoreVirtual VSA license for free with the purchase of Intel Xeon processor E5 v3-based servers, including servers from Dell, IBM, Lenovo and others.    Further, with HP ProLiant Gen9 Servers, we are announcing...

Under the Hood: What Virtualization 2.0 Looks Like (ESX Virtualization)

I’ve been working for a project for VMware SMB recently. While I’m possibly good at promoting work of others or showing some tips for virtualization admins, it’s quite hard to find some words to promote my work, to do a self-plug… Today’s admins challenges are to maintain the application performance, data security and availability. They [...] Read the full post Unde...

vBrownBag TechTalk schedule for VMworld EMEA 2014 (ProfessionalVMware)

VMworld EMEA is under two weeks away. The vBrownBag crew will be there again making more TechTalk videos.When we are recording you can find the love stream on the vBrownBag Live page.It is not too late to propose a Tech Talk, as you can see we have a few gaps. Signup using this form.TuesdayWednesday11:00vExpert DailyvExpert Daily11:30BrocadeSponsor – TBD11:45BrocadeSponsor – TBD12:00...

HP offers free software-defined storage with all Intel server purchases (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Kate Davis, @KateAtHP, WW Marketing Manager, HP Software-Defined Storage   There’s a change happening in data centers and IT rooms across the globe: servers are now housing more applications along with storage and networking functionality. This change wouldn’t be happening without the enhanced capabilities of today’s servers. Servers are the heart of any data center and with t...

What’s new in PernixData FVP 2.0 – User Defined Fault Domains (frankdenneman.nl)

With the announcement of FVP 2.0 a lot of buzz will be around distributed fault tolerant memory and the support of NFS. This all makes sense of course since for the first time in history compute memory becomes a part of storage system and you are now able to accelerate file based storage system. But one of the new features I’m really excited about is Fault Domains. In FVP 2.0 you group hosts ...

Configuring PernixData FVP 2.0 Fault Domains (frankdenneman.nl)

This article covers the configuration of PernixData FVP 2.0 Fault Domains using the scenario of a four host vSphere cluster stretched across two blade centers: Default Behavior All hosts in the vSphere cluster are initially placed in the default fault domain. The default fault domain cannot be renamed, removed or given explicit associations. Newly added hosts will automatically be placed into t...

Interleave Archival Media Testing for LTO-6 Ultrium Data Cartridges (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Andrew Dodd, WW Marketing Communications Manager, HP Storage Media   Not just one extra mile, but hundreds You probably know that some of the world’s biggest companies use HP StoreEver Tape as a major component of their archiving and long-term asset preservation strategy. This archiving role means the traditional usage model for HP tape media has changed. And consequently, how HP tests...

Time to get the show back on the road! (TechHead)

Hi Folks! Those of you that visit the TechHead site from time to time have probably noticed that the number posts have been rather…. well, sporadic (at best). Though it is now time to get the show back on the road, after an “interesting” year where I was diagnosed and treated for Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Definitely a life journey and one that makes you re-assess things and consider what i...

PernixData FVP 2.0 released (frankdenneman.nl)

It gives me great pleasure to announce that PernixData released FVP 2.0 today. Building upon the industry leading acceleration platform FVP 2.0 contains the following new features: Distributed Fault Tolerant Memory: FVP fault tolerance makes volatile server memory part of storage for the first time ever. NFS support: With FVP 2.0 you can now accelerate application workload while any type of stor...

XenApp/XenDesktop + NetScaler Gateway or … ? (The Virtualization Practice)

Citrix has tightly coupled NetScaler with XenApp/XenDesktop, inducing users to look no further than NetScaler for gateway functionality. Between NetScaler Gateway’s complexity and cost, will conditions encourage third-party vendors to try to wedge their way into the Citrix gateway/load balancer/delivery controller market? Citrix’s website states that NetScaler Gateway “reduces costs by...

VMware releases first ShellShock patch (VMGuru)

A few hours ago, VMware released the first fix for the shellshock bug. The fix is for vCenter Log Insight 2.0. We expect patches for other products to be available soon. The list of products to patch is not the shortest one, there is a lot to patch.  The patch for Log Insight is called VMware vCenter Log Insight 2.0 Update 1 and can be found here. Want more info on ShellShock and why you shou...

How To Migrate VMware Workstation Inventory Settings (ESX Virtualization)

Today I’ll show you a quick tip in case you want to know How to migrate (or copy) VMware Workstation Inventory settings to another computer. There can be use cases that for example you’re preparing a class for few students and have to prepare few machines with identical labs pre-configured or similar scenarios. Or, Imagine [...] Read the full post How To Migrate VMware Workstation In...

Web-Scale IT: Are Enterprises Ready? Free webinar tomorrow. (myvirtualcloud.net)

I am honered to be part of debate on Web-Scale IT promoted by GigaOm Research along with Mike Karp, Vice President & Principal Analyst, Ptak, Noel & Associates and David S. Linthicum, SVP, Cloud Technology Partners. The panel is happening tomorrow Wednesday, October 1, 2014 (sorry the late notice) at 10:00 a.m. PDT. By some estimates, within the next five years web-scale IT will b...

Changes – Joining Office of CTO (Yellow Bricks)

Almost 2 years ago I joined Integration Engineering (R&D) within VMware. As part of that role within Integration Engineering I was very fortunate to work on a very exciting project called “MARVIN”, as most of you know MARVIN became EVO:RAIL, which is what was my primary focus for the last 18 months or so. EVO:RAIL evolved in to a team after a successful prototype and came ...

#vBrownBag Follow-Up VMware VCDX Preparation with Jason Shiplett (@jshiplett) (ProfessionalVMware)

Jason Shiplett joins the US #vBrownBag to discuss the preparation that went into submitting his VMware Certified Design Expert written design (which was accepted by the way, congratulations Jason and good luck on the defense!). Note that these are Jason’s own experience and not an official VMware endorsement or study guide.More information of the exam and the application and handbook at ht...

The New Leaders of the Management Software Industry (The Virtualization Practice)

AppDynamics, CiRBA, ExtraHop, New Relic, Puppet, Splunk, Virtual Instruments, Virtustream, VMware, and VMTurbo have become the new leaders of the new management software industry. These vendors address the new requirements of the software-defined data center and the cloud that are neglected by the blind dinosaur legacy vendors: IBM, BMC, HP, and CA. Read more → The New Leaders of the Manag...

VMworld – from a Religious Jewish Orthodox Perspective (Technodrone)

I am sure you have all been reading the numerous amount of posts recapping VMworld and their experiences. My RSS feed has been overflowing and it has taken a while to get through it all. This will not be my only VMworld post, but one with which I... This is a content summary only. Please visit my website for the full article, other content, and more...

Running Arista vEOS inside VMware Workstation (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

Designed to provide a foundation for the business needs of next-generation datacenters and cloud networks. Arista EOS provides extremely robust and reliable data center communication services while delivering security, stability, openness, modularity and extensibility. This unique combination offers the opportunity to significantly improve the functionality and evolution of next generation ...

Fighting Over 2000 Spam Comments A Day – Here is How (ESX Virtualization)

I have been dealing more and more with spam comments lately. Apps for Spammers got smarter and Akismet just can’t handle them all anymore.  Since when I started this blog few years back I had to deal with spam comments. The situation however does become increasingly painful since several months due to more and more [...] Read the full post Fighting Over 2000 Spam Comments A Day – He...

How to move your WordPress site from one hosting provider to another – Part 2 (Welcome to vSphere-land!)

In part 1 we covered everything you need to do to prepare and backup your WordPress site before migrating it to another hosting provider. Now we’ll continue with setting up the site on the new hosting provider and copying all your data from your old hosting provider over. 1. Setup your new hosting account I moved my site from GoDaddy to HostGator which had decent pricing and features. I we...

VMware and ShellShock bug – What it means for you (VMGuru)

The internet is in a twist. A bug in BASH recently has been published. It’s called ShellShock, like the disorder soldiers suffered from in WW1. This bug has been there for a long time, but nobody knew. Apparently it’s the oldest bug known to date in a module or program. It even has a greater impact than the Heartbleed bug in SSL a couple of months ago. Should you worry for your VMwa...





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