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Seven Questions for HP’s Craig Nunes on Gartner’s ‘Just-Released’ Magic Quadrant on Storage (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

Craig Nunes is the VP of Marketing in HP Storage - I wanted to do a podcast with him but with both of our crazy schedules getting ready for HP Discover, we couldn't find the time. But I did get Craig to answer seven questions about the latest Gartner Magic Quadrant for General-Purpose Disk Arrays*. If you're not sure what that is and its significance, read on.   Q:  For those who are n...

VMware Site Recovery Manager – Installation Tips and “Gotchas” by @btkrausen (ProfessionalVMware)

This guest post is by Bryan Krausen who blogs at ITDiversified, where you can find his back catalogue of posts. Find out more about the guest blogger program here.VMware’s Site Recovery Manager provides the ability to failover VMs in the event of a disaster or for planned migrations between datacenters. In my case, we’re using it for the former as we have two “main” datacenters, one loca...

Cloud Dependency: Adoption (The Virtualization Practice)

We have spoken about other cloud dependencies: visibility, upgrades, and networking. Now we need to talk about adoption. Not the techniques, but how you move forward. What is this change in your work life now that you are using a cloud? Why is this a change in dependency? You now have instant responsibility for things… Read more → Cloud Dependency: Adoption|The Virtualization Practic...

November 2014 Server StorageIO Update Newsletter (StorageIOblog)

Hello and welcome to this November Server and StorageIO update newsletter. Enjoy this edition of the Server and StorageIO update newsletter and watch for new tips, articles, StorageIO lab report reviews, blog posts, videos and podcasts along with in the news commentary appearing soon.

VMware Tools Heartbeat Options And Application Monitoring Possibilities (ESX Virtualization)

VMware Tools heartbeat is used by vSphere High Availability (HA) checking if VM is in running state. You must first enable it at the cluster level. There is a choice of disabling, enabling for VMs or enabling for VMs and Applications. The VMware tools heartbeat is sent to host and if host does not receive [...] Read the full post VMware Tools Heartbeat Options And Application Monitoring Possibil...

Stay connected with HP Storage at Discover (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

With HP Discover in Barcelona fast approaching, I wanted to let you know how you can get the most out of the storage happenings there. There's a PDF eAgenda for storage happenings and I highly recommend you download it.       Let me start with the "Big 3".   The Big 3 What are these?  The HP Storage track keynote, Innovation Theater session, and the product unveiling i...

HP StoreOnce 6500 ranked the Best-in-Class by DCIG (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Ashwin Shetty, Product Marketing, HP Storage   We are pleased to announce that industry analyst firm DCIG just rated StoreOnce 6500 as Best-In-Class in its 2014-15 Deduplicating Backup Appliance Buyer’s Guide. This is an outstanding testament to the growing recognition that HP StoreOnce Backup is one of the best solutions to choose for protecting your data.   We strongly believe ...

Automating Blog Retweets (Technodrone)

I love IFTTT – it is a simple way to automate things. If This Then That. If something happens – then do something else. I am already using a number of IFTTT recipes to help me in automating my daily life. I do not use Wordpress – Blogger suits my... This is a content summary only. Please visit my website for the full article, other content, and more...

Sharing VMUG presentation “vSphere futures” (Yellow Bricks)

Last week I presented at the UK VMUG, Nordic VMUG and VMUG Belgium. My topic was vSphere futures… I figured I would share the deck publicly. The deck is based on this blog post and essentially is a collection of what has been revealed at last VMworld. Considering the number of announcements I am guessing that this deck is a nice summary of what is coming, feel free to use it / share ...

VMware KB Digest – New KB articles published for week ending 11/22/14 (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. VMware ESXi Deploying vShield Endpoint through Auto Deploy on vCloud Networking and Security 5.x (2092873) Date Published: 11/18/2014 Troubleshooting vShield Endpoint performance ...

Creating a worker process on Cloud Foundry with Clockwork (Kendrick Coleman dot com)

I just got finished writing a Rails application that requires a 'cron'-like job to run every 30 seconds. This job will scrape a website for data every 30 seconds and update the database and notify me via SMS about any changes. I was able to get this all working on Heroku after a while with the assistance of some Procfiles. but I wanted to try this on Cloud Foundry as well.   The problem existe...

The Cloud Workspace: DaaS by Any Other Name? Part 1 (The Virtualization Practice)

In reviewing various DaaS services over the last few months, a common theme has emerged: Any and every service provider wants to deliver, or at least wants you to think that it can deliver, some sort of cloud workspace. But just what is a cloud workspace, and how does it differ from DaaS?  Understanding DaaS… Read more → The Cloud Workspace: DaaS by Any Other Name? Part 1|The Virtua...

Saber 1000 Series By OCZ announced with up to 960Gb – Drains only 3.7 watts of power in active state (ESX Virtualization)

A new enterprise classe SSD’s called Saber 1000 Series were announced by OCZ Storage Solutions (a Toshiba group). Three models with capacities 240Gb, 480Gb and 960Gb were announced, with a very efficient 3.7 W of power in active state. The drives are SATA based devices with an interesting feature allowing centralized management of multiple devices [...] Read the full post Saber 1000 Series...

The problem with EMM is it doesn’t enable businesses to do anything they can’t do without it. (Brian Madden)

On BrianMadden.com, we like to say that we focus on the broad space of "end user computing," though really that's just a fancy way of saying we cover desktop virtualization and enterprise mobility / EMM. We've put down a lot of words this year talking...(read more)

Presenting – the Ignite way (Technodrone)

Today I gave a presentation – actually two – but they were very different. How many of you have heard about Ignite? Ignite is the name for a particular type of event that is held throughout the world—organized by volunteers—at which participants... This is a content summary only. Please visit my website for the full article, other content, and more...

VMware Learning Zone (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

The VMware Learning Zone is a new subscription-based service that gives you a full year of unlimited, 24/7 access to official VMware video-based training. Top VMware experts and instructors discuss solutions, provide tips and give advice on a variety of advanced topics.  <span id="XinhaEditingPostion"></span>Your paid subscription als...

The power of Command Line Interface (CLI) on HP 3PAR (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Ivan Iannaccone, 3PAR StoreServ Product Management   GUIs are amazing and beautiful, but let’s face it there is nothing geekier than using the command line and nothing more effective than building scripts to automate a repetitive task.   HP 3PAR StoreServ offers an extremely powerful and simple Command Line Interface (CLI) with open administration support provided via SNMP, Stor...

Removing OVS Configuration Settings (blog.scottlowe.orgblog.scottlowe.org » )

I’ve written quite a bit about Open vSwitch (OVS), but I realized recently that despite all the articles I’ve written I still haven’t talked about how to remove a configuration setting to OVS. I’m fixing that now with this article. As part of my ongoing mission to give back to the open source community, I recently started making contributions and improvements to the OVS w...

XenApp 7.x: Virtual Reality (The Virtualization Practice)

Back in January when Citrix announced that it would be reintroducing XenApp, many cheered. They were delighted that Citrix was finally acknowledging that virtual applications weren’t facing extinction or playing second fiddle to virtual desktops. After all, XenDesktop had been constantly hammered into our brains by Citrix, and there had been little mention of the… Read more → XenAp...

New Training Course – VMware Mirage [V5.0] and Horizon with View [V6.0]: Fast Track (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

This extended-hours, hands-on training course provides students with skills that they need to deploy a unified image management system using VMware Mirage as well as installing, configuring, and managing the VMware Horizon View component of VMware Horizon.Students learn how to configure security, manage images, perform a Windows migration, set up endpoint protection, and perform various man...

How-to Apply VMware Free License to VMware ESXi (ESX Virtualization)

One of those questions that are often asked by VMware newbies is How-to Apply VMware Free License to VMware ESXi. Because even if you think that the product is free, it must be licensed. If not, it installs as 60 days trial, which expires after….60 days. Compared to other hypervisors, the free version of VMware hypervisor [...] Read the full post How-to Apply VMware Free License to VMware...

Life, Death, Tragedy (Virtual Geek)

One thing that I DID NOT expect in leading a larger and larger team is that you get really exposed to the full cycle of life much more every day. You get to see things that are inspiringly positive:   I met a whole pile of associates joining EMC for the first time as their first job, and their excitement and energy was inspiring! I met the south-east asia team in Singpore and ...

You Gotta Keep ‘Em Automated! by @vmiss33 (ProfessionalVMware)

This guest post is by Melissa Palmer who blogs at vmiss.net, where you can find her back catalogue of posts. Find out more about the guest blogger program here.As part of #vDM30in30 Eric Wright wrote a great article on reducing technical debt, which got me thinking quite a bit.  Mainly about automation, and the journey it takes to get there.  Here’s a couple more ideas on how to get ...

Devs are from Mars, Ops are from Venus (Technodrone)

I will be delivering a talk at the upcoming DevOpsDays Tel Aviv which will be on this coming Sunday and Monday. DevOps is one of my personal interests, especially educating of the other side of the table, the developers, as I do not see myself as... This is a content summary only. Please visit my website for the full article, other content, and more...

When Is a Startup No Longer a Startup? (The Virtualization Practice)

When is a startup company no longer a startup? Is it post-IPO (initial public offering)? Is it when the founders exit? After seed funding? After Round A? Round B? Round Z? It seems to me that companies have started clinging to the title “startup” for quite a bit longer than they used to. What prompted… Read more → When Is a Startup No Longer a Startup?|The Virtualization Practice...





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