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How-to Whitelist Vladan.fr Domain on AdblockPlus (ESX Virtualization)

One of the most popular Adblock plugin is certainly AdblockPlus. Firefox and Chrome users know this plugin well and using it to get rid of pop-ups, offensive material, rickrolls, and other unpleasant things like some malware. By activating adblock plus there is no default whitelist domains enabled so the bad guys as well as the good [...] Read the full post How-to Whitelist Vladan.fr Domain on ...

Nutanix SCOM Management Pack Demo Video (myvirtualcloud.net)

I previously provided an overview of the new Microsoft System Center integration with Nutanix via SCOM and SCVMM (here). Nutanix 4.1 offers a single pane of glass management for Microsoft datacenter environments with full support for the Storage Management Initiative Specification (SMI-S). The integration into the Microsoft stack is deep and the first piece I want to talk about is the Opera...

ICND1 (CCENT) Study Guide (ProfessionalVMware)

So, this has been quite a journey for me. If any of you are like me, you’ve avoided anything related to Networking, & especially Networking certifications like the plague. At work, if any issue networking related surfaced, I gladly pawned it off to the “networking guy”. With the boundaries between layers of the infrastructure stack rapidly disappearing with the advent of converged infr...

Don’t miss out, subscribe to vSphere-land via email (Welcome to vSphere-land!)

  I just added a new option to be notified via email of any new posts here at vSphere-land. So sign up now so you never miss a post again, especially with the upcoming Top vBlog voting coming up soon. Every year I have people complain that they missed out on posts related to Top … Continue reading » [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other conte...

The vLaunchpad is finally updated! (Welcome to vSphere-land!)

I’ve spent a lot of time recently updating and refreshing all my sites and I recently migrated my vLaunchpad site to a new hosting provider, new WordPress version and to a new theme. I also took some time and went through the big backlog I had of adding new blogs to it. I’ve added at … Continue reading » [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links,...

What if you could release 4TB of storage in every 10TB with no business impact? (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Andrew Dickerson, Senior Marketing Manager, BURA Solutions, HP Storage   What a waste of space! If you’re responsible for data storage, you already know that storing and managing more than 30% annual data growth is eating up your budget faster than just about anything else in IT. In fact, industry analysts estimate that anything between 25% and 40% of the total IT budget will be spent ...

Why the VMware vSphere TPS vulnerability is a big deal (Welcome to vSphere-land!)

VMware recently acknowledged a vulnerability with their Transparent Page Sharing (TPS) feature that could potentially allow VM’s to access memory pages of other VMs running on a host. TPS is a host process that leverages the Virtual Machine Monitor (VMM) component of the VMkernel to scan physical host memory to identify redundant VM memory pages. … Continue reading » [[ This i...

All Nutanix 4.1 Features Overview in One Page (Beyond Marketing) (myvirtualcloud.net)

Nutanix announced recently NOS 4.1. This release is mostly focused on enhancements for the areas of resiliency, security, disaster recovery, analytics, supportability and management. However, even being a ‘dot’ release, NOS 4.1 delivers very important features, and in my option this version has enough meat to actually even be considered a major release. It’s been only 5 months since NOS 4...

Additional capabilities to manage Transparent Page Sharing (VMGuru)

Transparent Page Sharing (TPS) is the ability for virtual machines to share identical memory pages. This allows hosts to most efficiently use memory, particularly when those hosts have many almost identical virtual machines running on them. The net benefit is better memory usage, potentially leading to greater consolidation ratios. TPS is one of the memory management techniques which has given ...

Join us at the Dutch vBeers The Hague event (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

Join Eric Sloof (NTPRO.NL), Jeremy van Doorn (VMware) and Viktor van den Berg (viktorious.nl) for the first vBeers The Hague; The VMworld afterparty! Catch up with other peers and discuss VMworld announcements or just have a little drink and chit chat. Location: Restaurant Milú, Driehoekjes 15, The Hague Date: November 7, 2014 Time: 17:00 to 22:00 We would like to know if you'...

My Opinion Of The VCDX Pass Rate (Chris Colotti's Blog » VMware)

Let me strongly preface this with the fact it’s 100% my opinion only, but I wanted to just write quickly about my opinion on the “VCDX Pass Rate” or passing percentage, or whatever you want to call it.  Over the last few years there has been some discussion on this as more people are passing.  The “pass rate” may seem higher that it once was.  I want to provide ...

Will VMware Use Docker to Kill Enterprise Linux? (The Virtualization Practice)

Every once in a while, a truly disruptive technology and product comes along. Server virtualization was such a technology, and vSphere became the product that led the market for data center virtualization, creating a new dominant vendor in the data center management industry – VMware. In this post, we analyze the potential for Docker to… Read more → Will VMware Use Docker to Ki...

Future direction of disabling TPS by default and its impact on capacity planning (frankdenneman.nl)

Eric Sloofs tweet alerted me to the following announcement of TPS being disabled by default in the upcoming vSphere release Upcoming ESXi Update releases will no longer enable TPS – http://t.co/UaMLK2mUIj — Eric Sloof (@esloof) October 17, 2014 In short TPS will no longer be enabled by default due to security concerns starting with the following releases: ESXi 5.5 Update release ...

Latest Fling from VMware Labs – ESXtop for the vSphere Web Client (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

ESXtopNGC Plugin is an enhanced, plugin-version of ESXtop for the vSphere Web Client. The plugin displays ESX server stats in new and more powerful ways by tapping into the GUI capabilities of the Web Client. Features: Separate tabs for CPU, memory, network and disk performance statistics Flexible batch output Flexible counter selection Advanced data grid for displaying stats (so...

VMworld 2014 Europe Day 3 Highlights (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

Can you believe it? VMworld Europe came to an end today, and while numerous tears were shed, Jeremy and Eric from VMworld TV soldiered on through the heartache. They've laughed, they've launched virtual machines, they met Simple Minds!

CloudVolumes, Just-in-Times-Desktops and Some Secret Sauce in Between (ESX Virtualization)

I went to see Garry Owen during VMworld Barcelona 2014. Garry who is a EMEA Senior Product Marketing Manager, based at Frimley, to ask him about the latest and hottest VMware technology in the End User Computing (EUC). We were talking about CloudVolumes, Just-in-Times-Desktops, forking and some secred sauce in between all this. He showed me [...] Read the full post CloudVolumes, Just-in-Times-D...

Think data migration is a chore? Just the opposite with 3PAR Storage Federation and Peer Motion. (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Usman Kidwai, 3PAR StoreServ Senior Product Manager @usmankidwai   Delivering non-disruptive data mobility – DIY and easy too This 3PAR Thursday, I would like to focus specifically on data migration and how we make it easy with Peer Motion. HP 3PAR Peer Motion is the first appliance-less, non-disruptive, do-it-yourself (DIY) data migration tool for enterprise storage.   With Peer ...

VMworld Europe 2014 Day 3 Highlights (VMGuru)

    Today was the last day of VMworld. Time to look back at the VMworld highlights of day 3, wrap up and see you next year. Espero verte en Barcelona! The post VMworld Europe 2014 Day 3 Highlights appeared first on VMGuru.

VMware EVO:Rail – Datacenter deployment EVOlution style and what you should know about it (VMGuru)

    At VMworld 2014 US VMware’s EVO:Rail was introduced. EVO:Rail is the next step in converged infrastructures, it’s the world’s first hyperconverged infrastructure appliance, fully run on VMware. A number of hardware vendors are on board with EVO:Rail. Dell, Fujitsu and Supermicro are on board. Recently, at VMworld 2014 Europe, HP stepped up to the plate as well. ...

Ted Ranft explains why he enjoys VMworld (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)


Meet the team behind the Hands On Labs (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)


What is Destination Give Back? (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)


VMworld TV Day 2 Highlights (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)


Cloud Security: Different Approaches and Points of View (The Virtualization Practice)

There are two distinct points of view when discussing cloud security: the tenant’s point of view, and the cloud service provider’s point of view. Both of these points of view are legitimate, but often one is confused for the other, as we discuss our points of view without really clarifying. However, within each of these… Read more → Cloud Security: Different Approaches an...

News: Microsoft and Docker Partner to Bring Container Applications across Platforms (The Virtualization Practice)

Microsoft and Docker have announced that they are cooperating to bring Docker to Windows Server. This brings an important innovation to Windows, and will be a boon for the Windows ISV and developer communities. Read more → News: Microsoft and Docker Partner to Bring Container Applications across Platforms|The Virtualization Practice





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