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VCP6-DCV Objective 9.1 – Configure Advanced vSphere HA Features (ESX Virtualization)

VMware VCP6-DCV certification exam is kind of holy grail as it’s an exam you can’t fake. You have to know your stuff. Many folks also need to re-certify after expiring their VCP 4 or VCP 5. For current VCP5-DCV holders it’s also possible to pass the VCP6-DCV delta exam, which has 45 questions only. Those study [...] Read the full post VCP6-DCV Objective 9.1 – Configure A...

Latest Fling from VMware Labs – View Auto-Connection Utility (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

The View Auto-Connection Utility allows you to connect the VMware View Client automatically into a View desktop or an application pool when the system starts up. This can be very useful for thin clients or for turning existing Windows endpoints into thin client systems used to automatically connect into a View desktop.

How to protect your data with HP StoreOnce and Microsoft Data Protection Manager (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Ian Blatchford, Product Manager, HP StoreOnce   @LottaBytes     5 great tips for optimizing deployment to protect your Microsoft environment More than 20 years ago, HP and Microsoft started a strategic relationship that has delivered many solutions to our joint customers. I’d like to share with you one of many examples of how this relationship continues today. My specif...

New VMware Fling: Horizon View Auto-Connection Utility (The SLOG - SimonLong/Blog)

I just wanted to bring your attention to a cool new tool that’s just been made available via VMware Flings. View Auto-Connect Utility The View Auto-Connection Utility allows you to connect the VMware Horizon (View) Client automatically into a View desktop or an application pool when the system starts up. This can be very useful for thin clients or for turning existing Windows endpoints int...

Up close with the new HP 3PAR StoreServ 20800 and 20850 (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

At HP Discover, I took a few minutes to get a closer look at the new HP 3PAR StoreServ 20800 Converged Flash Array and the 20850 All-Flash Array. Several blog posts here dived into different elements of the new high-end HP 3PAR systems but there's nothing like seeing it. In the video, product marketing manager Matt Morrissey gave me a look at both systems and we took a closer look at a 3PAR cont...

A Fix for Ubuntu Apparently Caching Network Configuration (Scott's Weblog)

I’ve been wrestling with an Ubuntu network configuration issue over the last couple of weeks (off and on between working on other projects), and today I finally found a fix for the problem. The issue was that Ubuntu wouldn’t pick up changes to network interfaces. The fix is so simple I’m almost embarrassed to talk about it (it seems like something that I should have known), but I’m posti...

Performance Best Practices for VMware vSphere 6.0 (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

This book is intended for system administrators who are planning a VMware vSphere 6.0 deployment and want to maximize its performance. The book assumes the reader is already familiar with VMware vSphere concepts and terminology

Performance isolation by aligning storage with compute resource management domains (frankdenneman.nl)

One of the most difficult challenges in virtual datacenter (or cloud) design is performance isolation. Applications running in virtual machines expect or require a certain amount of resources to perform properly. In an ideal situation, the resource consumption of a virtual machine should not impact the performance of another virtual machine. The challenge is to ensure resource availability to pa...

#vBrownBag Follow-Up VCP6 Foundation Exam Section 5 (con’t 3) with Geoff Wilmington (@vWilmo) (ProfessionalVMware)

Geoff Wilmington covers objective 5.6 as we continue with the #vBrownBag VCP6 Foundation Series.Section 5, Objective 5.6 VideoObjective 5.6 - Describe patching requirements for ESXi hosts and VM hardware/tools - Describe host profiles, use cases - Demo includes create/export host profile, attach host profile, verify compliance - Demo includes configure VUM, patch repository, create/edit baseline...

Whatever Happened to Mobile Virtualization? (The Virtualization Practice)

Whatever happened to mobile virtualization? Just a couple years ago, there seemed to be a ton of hype about mobile virtualization. The goal was to be able to run multiple isolated virtual instances on a single physical device. I remember walking the expo floor during the VMworld conference that year and seeing all the demo…Read more →Whatever Happened to Mobile Virtualization?|The Vi...

Mounting 2.5” SSDs into an HP MicroServer (TechHead)

Hey folks, just a quick post to show you my preferred method of mounting 2.5” SSD’s into my HP Micro Server, which I use for my VMware lab server. Most entry level servers, such as the MicroServer, as still equipped to primarily deal with 3.5” form-factor drives which in almost all instances excludes traditional SSD drives. It is technically possible to push a 2.5” SSD straight into the ...

VCP6-DCV Objective 3.5 – Setup and Configure Storage I/O Control (ESX Virtualization)

This post will cover VCP6-DCV Objective 3.5 – Setup and Configure Storage I/O Control. Storage I/O is one of the features that are overlooked. But Storage I/O can “heal” part of your storage performance problems by setting a priority at the VM level (VMDK). You know the “noisy neighbor story”…. When you enable Storage I/O [...] Read the full post VCP6-DCV Obje...

How are you tackling enterprise archival storage challenges? (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Simon Watkins, WW Product Marketing Manager, Backup, Recovery & Archive (BURA), HP Storage   The challenges of managing multi-petabyte data archives just keep on coming. Unpredictable data growth. 24x7 availability demand. Infrastructure sprawl. Increasing data breach threats. And the need to contain costs. All combine to make delivering a robust enterprise data protection and retent...

Rubrik unboxing and hardware details (VirtualizeTips)

Advertise here with BSAA recent entrant into the data protection market is Rubrik. You can find out more about Rubrik and their background here. You can also learn a little more about Rubrik from a post that Eric Shanks just published following his visit to Virtulization Field Day. I was recently presented with the opportunity to install one of their brik’s into a lab environment to g...

VMware KB Digest – New KB articles published for week ending 6/27/15 (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. http://bit.ly/1hiTmwM VMware App Volumes Writable Volumes do not save some user profile settings in App Volumes 2.7.0 / 2.9.0 (2121640) Date Published: 6/23/2015   VMwar...

#vBrownBag Follow-Up VCP6 Foundation Exam Section 5 (con’t) with Geoff Wilmington (@vWilmo) (ProfessionalVMware)

Geoff Wilmington covers objective 5.5 as we continue with the #vBrownBag VCP6 Foundation Series.Section 5, Objective 5.5 VideoObjective 5.5 - Describe backup and recovery options - Snapshot requirements and best practices, how snapshots work, when not to use snapshots - How VDP works, requirements, sizing - How vSphere replication works, requirements, sizing - Demo includes install/configure VDP...

Who Will Debug? (The Virtualization Practice)

There is a growing push for people to learn less about the systems in which they run their applications. It started with converged infrastructures and moved into hyperconverged, and now I see it continue to grow with Docker and other container technologies. This puzzles me. While it makes the developer’s life easier, does it really…Read more →Who Will Debug?|The Virtualization Prac...

Low Cost KVM Based Hyperconverged solution for SMB (ESX Virtualization)

Low cost does not mean low quality but rather better bang for your bucks. I think One of the reasons that SMBs usually don’t go hyper-converged or webscale is the price. Solutions from vendors like Nutanix are usually not cost friendly because pay not only for hardware, but also for the proprietary technology running underneath [...] Read the full post Low Cost KVM Based Hyperconverged sol...

May and June 2015 Server StorageIO Update Newsletter (StorageIOblog)

In terms of what have I been working on (or with)? Clouds (OpenStack, vCloud Air, AWS, Azure, GCS among others), virtual and containers, flash SSD devices (drives, cards), software defining, content servers, NVMe, databases, data protection items, servers, cache and micro-tiering among other things.

EMCworld 2015 How Do You Want Your Storage Wrapped? (StorageIOblog)

Back in early May I was invited by EMC to attend EMCworld 2015 which included both the public sessions, as well as several NDA based discussions. Keep in mind that there is the known, there is the unknown (or assumed or speculated) and in between there are NDA’s, nuff said on that. EMC covered my hotel and registration costs to attend the event in Las Vegas (thanks EMC, that’s a disclosure b...

Downloading all sessions from the #OpenStack Summit (Technodrone)

A question was just posted to the OpenStack mailing list – and this is not the first time I have seen this request. Can openstack conference video files be downloaded? A while back I wrote a post about how you can download all the vBrownBag sessions from the past OpenStack summit. Same thing applies here, with a slight syntax change. You can use the same tool – youtube-dl (just the vers...

NSX Firewall Demo (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

Default firewall settings apply to traffic that does not match any of the user-defined firewall rules. The default Edge firewall policy blocks all incoming traffic. You can change the default action and logging settings. You can add an NSX Edge firewall rule for traffic flowing from or to an NSX Edge interface or IP address group. You can add multiple NSX Edge interfaces and/or IP a...

Design your workforce for productivity with HP 3PAR File Persona and Citrix ShareFile (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Dinara Alieva, Solution Marketing and Alliance Manager, HP Storage   Are consumer sync-and-share applications putting your company IP at risk? I recently read an interesting book, The Design of Everyday Things, by cognitive scientist and usability engineer Donald Norman. The book discusses how design serves as the communication tool between the user and the object, and how we habitually ...

Make the Most of What You’ve Got with StoreVirtual VSA (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

A few weeks ago, I did an post that discussed StoreVirtual VSA for beginners.  Today, I want to continue that discussion. We've talked about StoreVirtual VSA and the related topic of software-defined storage a lot but given all the views the first post got, we thought a follow-up would be relevant and useful. And after all, it's Software-Defined Saturday!   Making the most of...

Leostream — The One Broker to Rule Them All (The Virtualization Practice)

Over the years, I’ve worked with just about every VDI vendor on the market, except one: Leostream. It’s not because the Leostream Connection Broker isn’t any good. Far from it. It’s just because I’ve never experienced an environment so complex that Leostream offered the right answer. So I thought it time to take a closer…Read more →Leostream — The One Broker to Rule Them ...






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