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Banking on the power of converged storage and networking (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

Does this scenario sound at all familiar? Your execs need analytic reports to be available first thing in the morning but as your SANs reach performance limits, delays interupt timely delivery. Meanwhile, your IT team is spending up to seven hours per week managing cluster performance issues.So what happens when a federal credit union faced IT workload challenges like these?  In this case, ...

Why Comments Aren’t Available Yet (Scott's Weblog)

A number of readers have asked—via e-mail, of course, given the subject of this post—why comments aren’t available yet on the new site. I’d like to take a quick moment to explain the current situation. First and foremost, it’s not because I don’t want feedback from readers. I would love to continue to have the outstanding feedback from readers that I’ve had over the last 9 years o...

KB 2104983 explained: Default behavior of DRS has been changed to make the feature less aggressive (frankdenneman.nl)

Yesterday a couple of tweets were in my timeline discussing DRS behavior mentioned in KB article 2104983. The article is terse at best, therefor I thought lets discuss this a little bit more in-depth. During normal behavior DRS uses an upper limit of 100% utilization in its load-balancing algorithm. It will never migrate a virtual machine to a host if that migration results in a host utilization...

Which Cloud Do You Use? (The Virtualization Practice)

We are curious about which cloud or clouds everyone uses, as the market is rather diverse, ranging from Amazon Web Services to clouds based on OpenStack, VMware vCloud, and community clouds that meet specific needs. Are you using multiple clouds, just one cloud, or no clouds? We’d like to hear your answers to these questions. We… Read more → Which Cloud Do You Use?|The Virtualizat...

Congratulations Virtual SAN team, more than 1000 customers reached in 2014! (Yellow Bricks)

I want to congratulate the Virtual SAN team with their huge success in 2014. I was listening to the Q4 earnings call yesterday and was amazed by what was achieved. Of course I knew that Virtual SAN was doing well, but I didn’t know that they had already reached 1000 customers in 2014 utilizing the Virtual SAN platform. (Page 6) I am sure that these numbers will grow strong in 2015 an...

vCenter Server 5.5 Update 2d Released – not only maintenance release (ESX Virtualization)

VMware has released vCenter Server  5.5 Update 2d. ESXi host builds stays the same, no update here. This release of vCenter Server 5.5 Update 2d fixes many bugs but also changes some default behaviors in DRS. So it’s already 11th update since 5.5 GA version! Check out the release notes here. Here is a quote concerning [...] Read the full post vCenter Server 5.5 Update 2d Released –...

All-Flash Arrays – Call For Information (Architecting IT Blog)

It’s just over 12 months since I posted this spreadsheet on all-flash array comparisons, based on previous work from Calvin Zito and Vaughn Stewart.  I posted an update here but this is now woefully out of date and so I’m rewriting the comparison matrix and hope to have a new version online in February.  I’ve ...

Latency Matters for (All-Flash) Storage Arrays (Architecting IT Blog)

Yesterday NetApp announced the latest product in their interim EF-series all-flash array range, the EF560.  This new appliance claims to be faster and offer more performance than the previous model, as demonstrated by NetApp’s SPC-1 performance results and naturally the company seem quite pleased about it.  Although the EF560 isn’t the fastest platform available, it is ...

vRealize Automation Management Pack for vRealize Operations Manager is available now (VMGuru)

VMware just released the vRealize Automation Management Pack for vRealize Operations Manager. The Management Pack for vRealize Automation extends operational management capabilities of the vRealize OperationsManager platform to provide tenant-aware operational visibility of the infrastructure supporting private clouds to cloud provider administrators. In addition to the 3 out of box dashboards,...

Using the Fork-and-Branch Git Workflow (Scott's Weblog)

Now that I’ve provided you with an introduction to Git and a brief overview of using Git with GitHub, it’s time to build on that knowledge by taking a closer look at one workflow often used when collaborating with Git. The “fork and branch” workflow is a common way of collaborating on open source projects using Git and GitHub. In this post, I’m going to walk through this workflow (as I...

New Book – Virtualizing Oracle Databases on vSphere (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

Thousands of organizations are virtualizing large-scale Oracle database systems. But, until now, reliable best practices have been hard to find, and database and virtualization professionals have often brought differing and incompatible perspectives to the challenge. Now, there's a comprehensive best practice guide reflecting deep understanding of both Oracle and vSphere, and supported by e...

Desktop Hypervisors in 2015 (The Virtualization Practice)

Four and a half years ago, I wrote an article exploring the competition between Citrix and VMware in the desktop hypervisors space: Citrix and VMware face-off over client hypervisors. Citrix had just released XenDesktop 4.0 Feature Pack 2, which introduced XenClient as a bundled component in XenDesktop. One month earlier, at VMworld, VMware had broken… Read more → Desktop Hypervisors...

#vBrownBag DevOps Follow-Up Introduction to Docker with James Turnbull (@kartar) (ProfessionalVMware)

James Turnbull, author of The Docker Book, joins the #vBrownBag DevOps series to provide an introduction to Docker.Docker VideoYou can follow James on Twitter @kartar and his blog kartar.netOriginally 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 our past series such as ...

VMware Online Launch Event – February 2015 (TechHead)

Just a quick post to make you aware that VMware have an extra-special online launch event happening on Friday 2nd 2015. VMware aren’t giving away any details around what the online launch event will entail, though it wouldn’t be hard to guess what it will likely be about – I’ll let you come to your on conclusions on this one.  That said, I’ll be surprised if VMware doesn...

3CX Phone System Review (ESX Virtualization)

3CX Phone system is a software based IP PBX which replaces the traditional hardware PBX. The solution is based on a Windows server which can be virtualized with VMware. VMware vSphere 5.x and above is a supported virtualization platform, but you can also use Hyper-V. The server part collaborates with clients which can be either software based phones [...] Read the full post 3CX Phone System R...

Bringing compute and storage together: HP ConvergedSystem 200-HC StoreVirtual (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Kate Davis, WW Marketing Manager, HP Software-Defined Storage   @KateAtHP We’re kicking off the new year with a new blog series – Software-Defined Saturdays. As 2015 unfolds, the topic of hyper-convergence will play a large part in discussions, as many vendors are now entering this space and businesses are interested in building more efficient virtualized infrastructur...

Using Git with GitHub (Scott's Weblog)

Building on my earlier non-programmer’s introduction to Git, I wanted to talk a little bit about using Git with GitHub, a very popular service for hosting Git repositories. This post, in conjunction with the earlier introductory post on Git, will serve as the basis for a future post that talks about how to use Git and GitHub to collaborate with others on an open source project hosted on GitHub...

VMware KB Digest – New KB articles published for week ending 1/24/15 (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. My VMware How to change your password in My VMware (2103054) Date Published: 1/21/2015 Socialcast On Premise Logging in to Socialcast or launching Socialcast from an Identity Pr...

Configure Active Directory authentication for Nutanix Prism (VirtualizeTips)

Advertise here with BSAThe more I work with Nutanix the more I learn and like about the product. There have been a few things that have been on my to do list lately and a few ideas spawned from customers. So I will be writing up some articles about these topics and enable AD authentication is the first one. In this post I will walkthrough the steps needed to enable AD as a source for authen...

Are your application owners satisfied with data protection? Think again! (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Srikanth Venkataseshu, Senior Marketing Manager, Backup, Recovery and Archive Solutions, HP Storage   The world has changed! The exponential growth of data and the transformation of the data center toward a fluid, virtualized infrastructure has dramatically impacted the function of IT. At the same time, we all expect instant, uninterrupted access to data and applications. Can you imagine...

DevOps for VMware Administrators available for pre-order (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

DevOps represents a powerful new approach to delivering IT services, where software developers and IT operations teams work closely together to deploy projects far more often and more reliably. As pioneers like Google, Amazon, and Netflix have discovered, DevOps can improve efficiency, accelerate delivery, and reduce costs. However, most discussions of DevOps focus on theory rather than imp...

EZT Disks with VSAN, why would you? (Yellow Bricks)

I noticed a tweet today which made a statement around the use of eager zero thick disks in a VSAN setup for running applications like SQL Server. The reason this user felt this was needed was to avoid the hit on “first write to block on VMDK”, it is not the first time I have heard this and I have even seen some FUD around this so I figured I would write something up. On a tradit...

Skinning the Apps (The Virtualization Practice)

Our recent Virtualization EUC podcast conversation with Itzik Spitzen, CTO of Reddo Mobility, explained how his company turns Microsoft programs into web apps. Gray dogs like myself will remember how, back in the days of “everything is turning into a web app,” we used XenApp as a temporary solution. Because of this, most of Citrix’s… Read more → Skinning the Apps|The Virtualiza...

Microsoft kills Windows RT. "This is a huge mistake!" says no one. (Brian Madden)

One of the best announcements from Microsoft’s Windows 10 event last week as that they’re killing Windows RT. There are no words to describe how happy I am about this. (Actually, there are lots of words to describe it, such as my 2013 article...(read more)

vSphere Client In Different Language [How-to] (ESX Virtualization)

It’s possible to execute the vSphere client in different language. vSphere Windows client (C#) and also vSphere Web client. Without re-installing of course. The steps are fairly simple but I wanted to document for myself, and thought that it might also be usefull for others. The use case for this? I can’t tell for languages [...] Read the full post vSphere Client In Different Languag...





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