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VMware EVO:RAIL demo (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

<span id="XinhaEditingPostion"></span> VMware EVO: RAIL combines compute, networking, and storage resources into a hyper-converged infrastructure appliance to create a simple, easy to deploy, all-in-one solution offered by VMware qualified partners.Technical White Paper for Download: Introduction to VMware EVO: RAIL

Seagate has shipped over 10 Million storage HHDD’s, is that a lot? (StorageIOblog)

These HHDDs or SSHDs are self-contained in that the flash are built-in to the actual drive as part of its internal electronics circuit board (controller). This means that the drives should be transparent to the operating systems or hypervisors on servers or storage controllers without need for special adapters, controller cards or drivers. In addition, there is no extra software needed to automa...

How-to Install VMware Horizon Workspace Portal 2.1 (ESX Virtualization)

VMware Horizon Workstation Portal 2.1 recently released as a part of the Horizon 6 suite brings much easier deployment options (single VM now) and also integration of AirWatch and Deskstone can be leveraged to secure mobile apps and brings DaaS desktops. While the previous release has had already integrated technologies like Octopus, the deployment and [...] Read the full post How-to Install VMw...

vForum Sydney–TechTalks (ProfessionalVMware)

Great news, the vBrownBag TechTalks are coming back to vForum Sydney. For those familiar with TechTalks you can go straight to the signup form here.Tech Talks originated at VMworld 2012 where they provided an opportunity for community members, whose presentation submissions were not accepted into the main catalogue, to present the core of  a topic. TechTalks are a ten minute presentation by a c...

Has VMworld jumped the shark? (Welcome to vSphere-land!)

“Jumping the shark” is a term coined by Jon Hein (from Howard Stern show fame) that describes a moment when something that was once great has reached a point where it will now decline in quality and popularity. The origin of the phrase comes from a particular Happy Days episode where the Fonz jumped a shark on waterskis which was thus was labeled the lowest point of the show. IR...

Docker for Smarties (e.g. non-dummies) from VMworld 2014 (StorageIOblog)

Docker is a new way of abstracting applications and the data infrastructures (servers, storage, networking, hardware) they run on using containers. Check out this StorageIO Industry Trends Perspective video podcast to get an overview of docker including hearing from a docker.com systems engineer from VMworld 2014.

SNIA announces Cloud Data Management Initiative (CDMI) V1.1 (StorageIOblog)

In case you missed it, the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) recently released their version 1.1 of its Cloud Data Management Interface (CDMI) specification.

CompTIA needs input for their Storage+ certification, can you help? (StorageIOblog)

CompTIA needs input for their Storage+ certification, can you help? The CompTIA folks are looking for some comments and feedback from those who are involved with data storage in various ways as part of planning for their upcoming enhancements to the Storage+ certification testing. As a point of disclosure, I am member of the CompTIA […]

5 advantages HP StoreOnce Backup brings to cloud service providers (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Srikanth Venkata Seshu, Worldwide Solutions Marketing Manager, BURA, HP Storage   In my last post, I talked about what every cloud service provider needs to know about BaaS. I showed how BaaS offerings can be structured and some of the key considerations for cloud service providers looking to add BaaS to their portfolios.   Now I’m going to continue where I left off by talking abo...

Great deep dive technical white paper series on SSD technology (Welcome to vSphere-land!)

I was updating my Storage Links page today trying to file away a lot of new info that I’ve been digging around for on SSD technology and I came across this great 12-part series from Samsung. It’s a series of 12 technical papers that covers all sorts of different technical areas around SSD technology and is a great read if you want to learn more about SSDs. I also have a ton of other ...

The Rack Endgame: Converged Infrastructure and Disaggregation (Stephen Foskett, Pack Rat)

As I’ve written about what I’m calling the “Rack Endgame”, the specter of converged infrastructure hasn’t been far from my thoughts. As others have pointed out, disaggregation of servers, networks, and storage doesn’t require a rack-sized stack; it can exist in a rack-mountable chassis and is already on sale! Cisco’s new UCS M-Series puts two CPU/memory “complexes” ...

Join me for the MVP Days Community Road Show (myvirtualcloud.net)

      For the first time I am attending a MVP Days Community Road Show, happening during the next couple weeks in different Canadian cities. The Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award is Microsoft’s way of saying thank you to exceptional, independent community leaders who share their passion, technical expertise, and real-world knowledge of Microsoft products w...

EUC Use Cases: What Do We Need? (The Virtualization Practice)

In my last article, EUC Use Cases: Secure Hybrid Cloud, we looked at how the user could be getting to our data. By doing this, we can place security at the union of data and the user, wherever the data resides and however the user gets there. Yet, we cannot forget where the data is… Read more → EUC Use Cases: What Do We Need?|The Virtualization Practice

NSX Design Guide v2.0 (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

IT organizations have gained significant benefits as a direct result of server virtualization. Server consolidation reduced physical complexity, increased operational efficiency, and the ability to dynamically re-purpose underlying resources to quickly and optimally meet the needs of increasingly dynamic business applications are just a handful of the gains that have already been realize...

Hands On Labs Presents – EVO:RAIL HOL-SDC-1428 (ESX Virtualization)

There is a new lab at Hands On Labs available for EVO:RAIL. It’s HOL-SDC-1428 and this lab allows to play with the latest technology by VMware. If you don’t already have a HOL account you can create one for free. It’s a good way to explore the different possibilities of EVO:RAIL software without having one. Pretty [...] Read the full post Hands On Labs Presents – EVO:RAI...

Tablets make people hate VDI, when really they should make them hate Windows apps (Brian Madden)

Last week during the podcast we did with Raytheon, we got to talking about VMI (like VDI, but instead of desktop clients connecting to remote virtual desktops, it's mobile clients connecting to remote virtual mobile apps). The topic of "user experience...(read more)

vBrownBag at Chicago VMUG conference (ProfessionalVMware)

Yesterday was the Chicago VMUG conference and vBrownBag were there in force. Nick Marshall delivered the morning keynote, all about career progression and a session on VSOM. GS Khalsa delivered an SRM presentation ad then one on VDP 5.8. These guys are both VMware employees so were here as part of the VMware contribution to VMUG.Josh Atwell and I were there as vBrownBag at the invitation of the ...

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs – Fall 2014 edition! (Virtual Geek)

It’s funny, I’ve almost started to think of the year as having these seasons: “Megalaunch –> EMC World –> Cisco Live - > VMworld SF -> Inter-VMworld integrum (aka breathe) –> VMworld Barcelona…” On other days, I feel like the...

When good enough isn’t good enough: all-flash architecture matters (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

It has been an eventful week in the storage industry with lots of all-flash array (AFA) news - and it hasn't been good for several big vendors.  Over the last couple of years as I've been working with our HP 3PAR team to get my head around AFA, the thing I've heard repeatedly and consistently is that architecture matters.    So I want to do a couple of things in our 3PAR Thursday...

How I Learned to Love the vSphere Web Client (ProfessionalVMware)

This guest post is by Melissa Palmer who blogs at vmiss.net, where you can find her back catalogue of posts. Melissa was the creative (evil) genius behind the scenarios for the Virtual Design Master Challenge. Find out more about the guest blogger program here.A few months ago I decided to go all in on the vSphere Web Client. I was one of those people that wasn’t a huge fan of ESXi when the Se...

Selling Fashion: My Thoughts on the Apple Watch, Part 4 (Stephen Foskett, Pack Rat)

This is the fourth in my series on the Apple Watch. Read the rest: Transformative Success – My Thoughts on the Apple Watch Hodgepodge: My Thoughts on the Apple Watch, Part 2 The Fashion Function: My Thoughts on the Apple Watch, Part 3 The Apple Watch we saw this week is not a transformative product. It’s simply a very well-executed smart watch, and like every other option in this category...

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...





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