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Thoughts on the Modern Miracle of 3D Printing (Stephen Foskett, Pack Rat)

3D printing is stuck firmly in the hobbyist world: It’s overly expensive, not at all practical, produces items of limited utility, and requires far too much time and effort. Yet it’s also so utterly transformative that the experience is other-worldly. Other-timely, really, since it’s obvious that this is how many daily objects will be produced in just a few years. The AIO Ro...

VCP6-DCV Objective 7.3 – Troubleshoot vSphere Upgrades (ESX Virtualization)

In today’s Objective we’ll discuss VCP6-DCV Objective 7.3 – Troubleshoot vSphere Upgrades. You can check the whole VCP6-DCV Study Guide page for all topics there. You can also check the vSphere 6 page where you’ll find many how-to, videos, and tutorials about vSphere 6. VCP6-DCV exam validates you have the skills required to successfully install, [...] Read the full post VCP6...

Architecture matters: Getting the most out of flash storage (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Phill Gilbert, UK&I 3PAR Flash Specialist   As a flash specialist in the UK, I spend much of my time with our customers talking about flash storage. During meetings, you often bring up independent reports as a way to validate what I’m saying. So you can imagine my interest as I read the recent Gartner Solid State Array Magic Quadrant report and how pleased I was with the results: H...

Datrium finally out of stealth… Welcome Datrium DVX! (Yellow Bricks)

Advertise here with BSA Before I get started, I have not been briefed by Datrium so I am also still learning as I type this and it is purely based on the somewhat limited info on their website. Datrium’s name has been in the press a couple of times as it was the company that was often associated with Diane Greene. The rumours back then were that Diane Greene was the founder and was ...

Scale-Out Is a Benefit to HyperConverged (The Virtualization Practice)

I recently upgraded my nodes from 96 GB of memory to 256 GB of memory, and someone on Twitter stated the following: @Texiwill thought the trend today is scale out not scale up? #cloud The implication was that you never upgrade your hardware: you buy new or you enter the cloud. Granted, both options are…Read more →Scale-Out Is a Benefit to HyperConverged|The Virtualization Practice ...

Discover VMware Headquarters (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

Join Jeff Goodall for a look at VMware's community inside a company at VMware headquarters in Palo Alto, California. VMware's Palo Alto Headquarters was designed for collaboration and connection. Sitting on 105 acres in Stanford Research Park with more than 1500 trees, beautiful landscape, and green facilities, +VMware's “campus-in-a-forest” is a refuge for nature lovers and a source...

Tiered data protection: together we stand (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

We welcome Luca Dell’Oca, EMEA Evangelist and Service Provider Go-to-Guy with Veeam, to Around the Storage Block. Luca is also the VMUG Co-Founder and a vExpert. Connect with him on Twitter: @dellock6   In Italy, the most popular sport is soccer. Everyone follows the championships. Even if you’re not that interested, it’s impossible to avoid the activity that surrounds them—and this...

VMware vCenter Cookbook (boche.net - VMware vEvangelist)

Back in June, I was extended an offer from PACKT Publishing to review a new VMware book. I’ve got a lot on my plate at the moment but it sounded like an easier read and I appreciated the offer as well as the accommodation of my request for paperback in lieu of electronic copy so I accepted. I finished reading it this past weekend. The book’s title is VMware vCenter Cookbook and it i...

More support for TechTalks (ProfessionalVMware)

It’s always great to welcome back our long term sponsors. The latest returning sponsor is Infinio who are supporting the #vBrownBag TechTalks at VMworld USA this year. Infinio have a downloadable storage acceleration product that can breathe new life into a tired array. With a 30 day trial and no downtime to deploy it’s easy to give a try.You can still sign up to present a TechTalk: VMworld ...

Same company different focus, let me know about your API wants! (Virtu-Al.Net)

For over a year I have been focused on improving VMware Command Line Interfaces including PowerCLI, vCLI, vMA, ESXCLI & DCLI.  I have tried to stay close to what the users of VMware want from a command line interface and have been delivering this as part of our current offerings and future offerings, I have been working with some of the best development teams in the industry (I may be ...

Protect your Oracle database backup with HP StoreOnce System and StoreOnce Catalyst (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Ashwin Shetty, Product Marketing, HP Storage   @ashwinkshetty   In the last few BURA Sunday posts, two of my colleagues, Ian and Srikanth, have covered how HP StoreOnce can help you protect you SQL and SAP HANA database backup. This week, I’m extending this conversation to give a high-level overview on why StoreOnce solutions can give your Oracle DBAs exactly what t...

VMware KB Digest – New KB articles published for week ending 7/25/15 (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 VMware App Volumes log analysis tools and log analysis examples (2126475) Date Published: 7/24/2015 VMware App Volumes log files, log analysis tools, a...

Got DR Questions? Zerto and the American Red Cross answer them! (Justin's IT Blog)

Zerto will be hosting a Tweetchat, with the American Red Cross.  The tweet chat will be a live Q&A session, where anyone can get their most pressing questions answered around how to prepare for disaster. They would be happy if you came and joined them for this fun event. They will be giving away limited edition Zerto t-shirts […] The post Got DR Questions? Zerto and the American Re...

Deploying Amazon WorkSpaces at Scale (The Virtualization Practice)

I’ve made no secret of my dissatisfaction with Amazon’s WorkSpaces DaaS platform. While I like the general direction in which the platform is heading, and appreciate the impact that Amazon can have in the DaaS market, WorkSpaces has been slow to implement enterprise-class management features and suffers from too many rough edges to withstand close…Read more →Deploying Ama...

VCP6-DCV Objective 2.3 – Configure vSS and vDS Policies (ESX Virtualization)

VCP6-DCV Study guide continues today by covering the VCP6-DCV Objective 2.3 – Configure vSS and vDS Policies. vSphere networking is one of the tough parts to know and this part is where any IT admins have difficulties. This chapter works hand in hand with the VCP6-DCV Objective 2.1 – Configure Advanced Policies/Features and Verify Network [...] Read the full post VCP6-DCV Objective 2.3 &...

The Top 10 Virtualization Experts You Need to Follow (Welcome to vSphere-land!)

ServerWatch recently published a list of the Top 10 Virtualization Experts that you need to follow and I’m honored to be included on that list along with some other very distinguished people that deserve to be there. I can’t dispute any of their choices which includes a dream team of virtualization superstars: Jason Boche, Scott … Continue reading » [[ This is a content ...

July 2015 Server StorageIO Update Newsletter (StorageIOblog)

In addition to big fast data, other content solution applications include: content distribution network (CDN) content caching, network function virtualization (NFV), software-defined network (SDN), cloud rich unstructured big fast media data, analytics and little data (e.g. SQL and NoSQL database, key-value stores, repositories and meta-data) among others.

A new vChat Episode on Virtual Volumes (VVols) (Welcome to vSphere-land!)

David, Simon and I recently got together for a new vChat episode and the topic of choice was my favorite topic these days, VVols. We also give updates on what we’ve been up to recently and we promise to be recording more vChat episodes on a regular basis. Also check out David’s link page that … Continue reading » [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for fu...

How can HP 3PAR 7450c reduce your Oracle latencies by as much as 21%? (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Hasmig Samurkashian, HP Storage Solutions Marketing   Oracle database environments demand the highest levels of performance and availability. HP 3PAR StoreServ All-Flash Storage is an ideal fit for Oracle DB environments, not only for its high IOPS and low latency but also for its robust HA and DR capabilities.   Now a new report from Demartek shows 16Gb FC SAN reduces latency for O...

Check Your Mac’s Drive and Reclaim 5 GB of Wasted Space! (Stephen Foskett, Pack Rat)

Since most MacBooks are SSD-only, one would think Apple would be careful about leaving junk around on the drive. But many people are finding 5 GB wasted for a years-old leftover Mac OS X install image! Here’s how to reclaim that space if you’re missing it… Lost+Found In a brief DuckDuckGo search, I discovered that it’s fairly common for a Mac OS X upgrade to leave behi...

The State of DevOps (The Virtualization Practice)

Puppet Labs has published its annual State of DevOps report, and it is loaded with interesting information as always. Last year’s report brought home the point that DevOps was becoming widely accepted in the enterprise. This year’s report further validates that point and provides us with some interesting insights from surveying a wide variety of…Read more →The State of DevOps|The...

#vBrownBag Follow-Up What’s New in the vSphere 6 Web Client w Peter Shepherd (ProfessionalVMware)

Peter Shepherd from VMware stops by to discuss improvements in the vSphere 6 Web Client on the What’s new in vSphere 6 #vBrownBag series.vSphere 6 Web Client VideoOriginally 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 the Automate All The ...

vSphere Performance Improvements – New PDF (ESX Virtualization)

There is a new PDF called What’s New in vSphere 6 – Performance, since a couple of days at VMware which compares the performance of vSphere 5.5 and vSphere 6.0. vSphere performance improvements since the v 5.5 are one of the core questions from users after the “What’s New in vSphere 6.0” question. The compare [...] Read the full post vSphere Performance Improvements...

Ready to reduce your Oracle/StoreServ 7450c latencies by as much as 21%? (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Hasmig Samurkashian, HP Storage Solutions Marketing   Oracle database environments demand the highest levels of performance and availability. HP 3PAR StoreServ All-Flash Storage is an ideal fit for Oracle DB environments, not only for its high IOPS and low latency but also for its robust HA and DR capabilities.   Now a new report from Demartek shows 16Gb FC SAN reduces latency for O...

Project Enzo On Demand Webcast Now Available (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

Project Enzo is VMware’s new hybrid cloud-scale architecture designed to combine the economic benefits of cloud-based VMware virtual desktops and application technology, with the simplicity of hyper-converged infrastructure to transform the IT experience. The webcast "Project Enzo: Redefining Workspace Delivery with the Cloud" is available for your viewing on demand. You can access the w...






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