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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!

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


VMworld 2014 Europe Day 1 Highlights (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

What a day it was! Join Jeremy and Eric for the big rundown of all the day's great events. Virtual machines never looked this good!

Nutanix SCVMM + SMI-S Integration Demo Video (myvirtualcloud.net)

Earlier this week I published a video with the new Microsoft System Center Operations Manager Management Pack for Nutanix (here). Today, I am publishing a video demo with the new Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager integration 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 ...

SSDs or disk? Buffer or cache? A closer look at tape-as-NAS options (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Mark Fleischhauer, HP StoreEver Tape Storage Solutions Engineering Manager     Part 1: A closer look at tape-as-NAS: Disks A few weeks ago I wrote about a new emerging architecture for long term data retention that combines FLash drives and tAPE called FLAPE. Flash drives, or solid-state drives (SSDs), offer better read-and-write operation performance, lower latency and lower power...

CloudPhysics helps unearth some scary statistics in the Halloween spirit (VirtualizeTips)

Advertise here with BSAI have written about CloudPhysics in the past and I think the tool has some cool features. They continue to add features and think up new ways to use all the data they collect about your data center and compare to others. There are some scary things that can hide in your data center. The infographic below was pretty cool. The part that scared me was 22% of vSphere 5.5...

Multi-Machine Vagrant with YAML (blog.scottlowe.orgblog.scottlowe.org » )

In this post, I’ll describe a technique I found for simplifying the use of multi-machine Vagrantfiles by extracting configuration data into a separate YAML file. This technique is by no means something that I invented or created, so I can’t take any credit whatsoever; this is an idea I first saw here. I wanted to share it here in the hopes that it might prove useful to a larger audie...

The End of an Era: The End of Backup Exec (The Virtualization Practice)

It’s the end of an era: the end of Backup Exec. Symantec has released a notice that it will stop selling the Backup Exec 3600 appliance on January 5, 2015. When this topic caught my eye while I was reading the latest cloud computing news, I must admit the announcement brought on a feeling of… Read more → The End of an Era: The End of Backup Exec|The Virtualization Practice

Free ESXTOP vSphere Web Client Plugin – Get a copy at VMware Labs (ESX Virtualization)

Last week VMware Labs has released Free ESXTOP vSphere Web Client Plugin, which is very interesting Add-on for vSphere Web Client. After the full GUI based version of ESXtop client called Visual ESXTOP (based on Java) this version integrates directly into the vSphere Web Client. It’s easy to install but there are few limitations. It seems that [...] Read the full post Free ESXTOP vSphere...

Is Your Data Center Haunted (The Virtualization Practice)

Is your data center haunted? Watch out for zombie VM's, over-provisioned VM's, missing security patches and improperly configured HA. Read more → Is Your Data Center Haunted|The Virtualization Practice

Customers Share Their Secrets – UC Irvine (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

I have been holding out on a couple customer videos I did at Nth Symposium.  I want to share one today.  And with all our recent talk about the 1TB of free StoreVirtual VSA, it's timely to share this video with you.    The University of California at Irvine has been a long time HP Storage customer. I met Kazuto Okayasu at Nth Symposium a few years ago and I've enjoyed talking...

Hello hyper-converged with HP StoreVirtual (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

With VMworld Barcelona in full swing, I have some news to share today. HP is announcing a new hyper-converged solution, HP Converged System 200-HC StoreVirtual, that will help customers rapidly deploy virtualized environment like never before.    The hyper-converged CS 200 with StoreVirtual VSA is a virtualization platform that seamlessly combines compute and storage. It is designed t...

#vBrownBag DevOps Follow-Up Puppet with Jeremy Adams (ProfessionalVMware)

Jeremy Adams joins us to present the ProfessionalVMware.com #vBrownBag DevOps session on Puppet. Follow along in the homework to deploy the Puppet learning VM and see how you can create manifests to do things like patch systems for Heartbleed.VideoHomeworkOriginally published at http://ProfessionalVMware.com – Sign up for the live #vBrownBag broadcast at http://professionalvmware.com/brownbag...

What is coming for vSphere and VSAN? VMworld reveals… (Yellow Bricks)

I’ve been prepping a presentation for upcoming VMUGs, but wanted to also share this with my readers. The session is all about vSphere futures, what is coming soon? Before anyone says I am breaking NDA, I’ve harvested all of this info from public VMworld sessions. Except for the VSAN details, those were announced to the press at VMworld EMEA. Lets start with Virtual SAN… Th...

VMworld Europe 2014 General Session Wednesday Replay (VMGuru)

    The VMworld Europe 2014 General Session Wednesday Replay is now available in case you missed it. In this session VMware customers share their real-world success with President Carl Eschenbach, transforming their businesses with software-defined architectures and solutions. VMware’s CTO Ben Fathi and other VMware technology evangelists show just how today’s software-de...

Are the Cloud Bambies Waking Up to Enterprise Requirements? (The Virtualization Practice)

Google has delivered live migration in its Google Compute Engine cloud offering. Now comes word from Barb Darrow at Gigaom that Amazon is working on live migration as well. Is it possible that the cloud bambies are waking up to the fact that not all applications are stateless and that for many applications, shutting down… Read more → Are the Cloud Bambies Waking Up to Enterprise Requ...

Install Free Starwind SAN on Free Hyper-V – Part 1 (ESX Virtualization)

The title says it all. It’s possible to install Starvind SAN software on a free Hyper-V Server from Microsoft. Yes the one without the actual GUI. And that’s quite interesting (free) solution that I didn’t really consider so far, being mostly VMware consultant. But clients are clients. Right? The life of an IT consultant is dependant of the [...] Read the full post Install F...

Available for download – vRealize CloudClient 3.0 (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

vRealize CloudClient is a command-line utility that provides verb-based access to many of VMware's cloud management products, such as vRealize Automation. CloudClient provides an easy to use command-line and scripting capability. Using the Cloud Client as an interactive shell provides a easy-to-use utility for performing many common VMware Cloud Management Platform Functions Launch...

Who Joins Me? 4-7 November: VMware NSX: Install, Configure, Manage [V6.0] (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

I have one seat left for this comprehensive, fast-paced training course focusing on installing, configuring, and managing VMware NSX. This course covers NSX as a part of the software-defined data center platform, implementation use cases along with features of NSX, and functionality operating at Layer 2 through Layer 7 of the OSI model. Lecture and hands-on lab activities support the stud...

VSAN, VSA or Dedicated Array? (Architecting IT Blog)

I don’t normally write blog posts that follow up on other people’s discussions however having seen some of the tweets relating to Nigel’s blog post on VSA versus VSAN, I realised my comments on the subject would stretch to an entire post of their own.  So here it is. The discussion (although I haven’t listened ...

vBrownbag TechTalks at vForum Sydney 2014 (ProfessionalVMware)

If you are going to be in Sydney for vForum then you should present a TechTalk.The signup form is here, go ahead and sign up now.With under two weeks to go until the conference it is time to welcome our first sponsor. NetApp are a new vBrownbag techtalk sponsor at vForum Sydney although they have been regular sponsors of the VMDownUnderground pre warmup party the night before (you can register ...

VMDownUnderground & TechTalks in Sydney (ProfessionalVMware)

This year will be the fourth community party before vForum Sydney. Inspired by VMunderground and designed to let the VMware community come together before the conference starts this is one of the most fun parts of vForum.This year vForum in Sydney coincides with the OpenStack Summit in Paris, where I will be producing more vBrownBag TechTalks. As a result I am very thankful that Craig Waters has...

VXLAN: CONCEPTS, OPERATION AND IMPLEMENTATION (2-2) by @davidmirror (ProfessionalVMware)

This guest post is by David Espejo, who blogs at vcloudopia.wordpress.com, where you can find his back catalogue of posts. David writes in Spanish, so if you don’t speak Spanish be sure to use a browser that will translate for you. Find out more about the guest blogger program here.It has been a while since I published the first part of this entry and well, it’s time to continue.The more...

HP and Intel partnering on software-defined storage (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

My colleague Kate Davis introduced you to the Free 1TB StoreVirtual VSA in a blog post a few weeks ago. This program is a partnership with Intel. Just to remind you of this program, anyone who buys a new Intel Xeon E5 processor-based server, regardless of vendor, can get a free 1TB license of StoreVirtual VSA. You just need to register to unlock your free 1TB StoreVirtual VSA storage, ...

Grr – make your pick. Do you want “Open Everything” or “Agility”? (Virtual Geek)

Sometimes, customers and partners frustrate me. There, I said it :-) I’m sure the reverse is also true – I bet I/we can be frustrating too :-) People… “Choice” is good. But “Choice” can also be the enemy of “Agility”....





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