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Category Archives: Virtualization
Just wanted to give my $.02 on today’s news about Dell acquiring Wyse. Again my disclaimer – I work for Dell and this entire article is based solely on my opinion. However, I’ve been a Dell (and general consumer of enterprise IT products) … Continue reading
DISCLAIMER: I “used” to work for Dell In January 2011, Dell released a new Management Plugin for vCenter that allows administrators to monitor and maintain Dell 11G servers directly from the vCenter. While the plugin is not free, it does … Continue reading
Ok, so I’ll explain my personal thoughts on Virtual Desktop Infrastructure – aka VDI. Some of this comes in light of Brian Madden’s recent article on VMware’s View product and the future of their hypervisor. However, even before that article … Continue reading
Gotta love Twitter! I received a note for Vaughn Stewart from NetApp about this post and that there is a hotfix for this exact issue. Looking at the release notes for ESX 3.5U4 the hotfix was rolled into this. So … Continue reading
First, I apologize to the four readers of this blog for the lack of posts. My wife and I are expecting our second child any day now and I’ve spent the last 2 months or so finishing my basement, painting … Continue reading
Last year Citrix acquired Sepago who’s User Profile Manager was a somewhat unheard of technology. Citrix now calls this product “Portable Profiles” and it’s included with XenDesktop 3.0 Advanced edition and higher.
I was reading Rick’s blog at vmwaretips.com and discovered this wonderful healthcheck script from Rick, as well as a kick ass Powershell script from Virtual IEF.
Mike D’s blog has some really funny links and posts in conjunction with VMWare’s vExpert’s program.
I’ve been meaning to get around to testing out NetApp’s SnapManager for Virtual Infrasturcture (SMVI) and Virtual Infrastructure Backup Engine (VIBE) for a while now. I had a chance to play around with both of them and I really like … Continue reading
VMWare announce that VMWare ESXi will now be free.