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December 23, 2013

HP vPV - Cloud Monitoring

As mentioned in a recent blog, A REAL-TIME VIRTUALIZATION DASHBOARD IN LESS THAN 30 MINUTES WITH HP VPV, deploying an efficient and effective virtuali…

Expert Network

18 Apr 2014 James Green

Interview with Paul Meehan (@paulpmeehan)

In this interview, I chat with Paul Meehan (vExpert, VCAP, VCDX candidate) about the indus…

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17 Apr 2014 James Green

PernixData FVP – Testing (Part 3 of 3)

Well, it’s finally time for part three: test results. When I began my look at FVP, I…

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17 Apr 2014 Andrea Mauro

Installing Fusion-IO on ESXi hosts

Fusion-IO is a well-know company in the host-side flash solutions to accelerates databases…

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17 Apr 2014 Luca Dell’Oca

Veeam storage snapshots and NetApp

In the new upcoming v8, Veeam Backup & Replication will add a new storage vendor for …

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17 Apr 2014 Andrea Mauro

Dell products and the OpenSSL “Heartbleed bug”

Heartbleed is a software bug in the open-source cryptography library OpenSSL, which allows…

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16 Apr 2014 Aaron Paxson

Using HP Intelligent Management Center for IPAM?

HP's Intelligent Management Center, or iMC, is a fantastic Network Management System (NM…

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16 Apr 2014 Andrea Mauro

VMware products and the OpenSSL “Heartbleed bug”

Heartbleed is a software bug in the open-source cryptography library OpenSSL, which allows…

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15 Apr 2014 Eric Wright

Putting the Fun in Sales Funnel: the power of a technology agnostic approach

We see it happening every every day in the world of technology marketing. It’s the m…

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15 Apr 2014 Chris Nakagaki

Powershell functions and referencing the script that calls that function...

Summary:Lately I've been putting together functions so I can reuse code in my other sc…

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15 Apr 2014 Chris Nakagaki

Powershell functions and referencing the script that calls that function...

Summary:Lately I've been putting together functions so I can reuse code in my other sc…

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15 Apr 2014 Hans De Leenheer

Brussels, capital of Europe. Worst pupil in innovation class.

It’s a pitty most of my readers will miss half of the fuzz as according to Google An…

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15 Apr 2014 Eric Shanks

vCNS Edge Network Address Translation

VMware vCloud Networking and Security (vCNS) can provide Network Address Translation (NAT)…

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15 Apr 2014 Eric Wright

Something’s going to happen, something wonderful: Nutanix OS 4.0 is here!

There is a pretty general plan that a successful startup will follow: Do something origina…

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15 Apr 2014 Andrea Mauro

Microsoft products and the OpenSSL “Heartbleed bug”

Heartbleed is a software bug in the open-source cryptography library OpenSSL, which allows…

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15 Apr 2014 Enrico Signoretti

Taking control of data, not the devices!

Last Friday I was on a Call with Ty Lim (VP of marketing at Druva). We discussed his compa…

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14 Apr 2014 Andrea Mauro

Ready for the Dell Enterprise Forum EMEA 2014

Also this time I’ll be attending the Dell Enterprise Forum EMEA (this third edition, after…

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14 Apr 2014 SDR News

Solar Winds Head Geek at InterOp LAS 2014

Crowd Sourcing the User Experience SolarWinds Head Geek Patrick Hubbard reviews the family…

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14 Apr 2014 Andrea Mauro

VMware vExpert 2014 benefits

The primary reason for becoming vExpert certainly should not be related to any possible be…

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14 Apr 2014 Luca Dell’Oca

Restore a single VMDK using Veeam Instant VM Recovery

Instant VM Recovery is one of the coolest feature of Veeam Backup & Replication. Rega…

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13 Apr 2014 Andrea Mauro

VMUG.IT – User Conference 2014 – Some information

After the great success of the first Italian VMUG User Conference, there will be the secon…

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12 Apr 2014 Eric Shanks

MCSA 2012 Upgrade Exam 70-417

If you have an MCITP or similar certification from Microsoft on Server 2008 and want to ke…

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12 Apr 2014 Hans De Leenheer

you startups challenge my basic knowledge

DISCLAIMER: the companies named in this blogpostCOHODATA: sponsor of Storage Field Day 4…

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11 Apr 2014 James Green

PernixData FVP – Configuration (Part 2 of 3)

In the second of this three-part series, I’ll walk through the initial configuration…

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11 Apr 2014 Hans De Leenheer

Say nay to the naysayers – serverside storage for believers

DISCLAIMER: I am currently working on a Marketing project for ScaleComputing, one of the p…

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11 Apr 2014 Andrea Mauro

New version of the VMware VCAP-DCA exam

One year ago I’ve written about the VMware exams and related products version but in…

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10 Apr 2014 Jonathan Frappier

PowerCLI – Update vSwitch with additional uplinks, LB Policy and active/standby

Jonathan Frappier Virtxpert Trying to configure some vSwitches via PowerCLI, as I am tryin…

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10 Apr 2014 Eric Shanks

vCNS Edge DHCP

One of the most basic tasks that happens on a network is assigning IP Addresses.  Once a V…

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10 Apr 2014 Andrea Mauro

VMware announce VMware Horizon 6.0

After five months the GA of VMware Horizon View 5.3, now VMware announce officially the ne…

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09 Apr 2014 Eric Wright

Something new on the Horizon…VMware Horizon 6 that is!

In a relatively stealthy move, VMware unleashed their next major revision of the VMware Ho…

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09 Apr 2014 Francesco Bonetti

Veeam Backup & Replication v8 – NetApp Snapshot Support

On April 7th, Veeam announces the first new feature in the upcoming Veeam Backup & Re…

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Content Network

April 18, 2014 Chris Wahl

Pluralsight Expands Free Training Offer to Multiple VIP Programs

Pluralsight, home of all former TrainSignal content, has been a long time friend of various evangelist and VIP programs among vendors such as VMware’s vExperts and Microsoft’s MVPs. Members of such programs receive a year of free access to the course library, which includes some 3000-ish courses for IT pros, developers, now creative designers. Considering the quantity of members t…

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April 17, 2014 Michael Webster

Heads Up Alert: vSphere 5.5 U1 NFS Random Disconnection Bug!

Just wanted to give my readers a heads up that there appears to be a bug with vSphere 5.5 U1 that impacts any NFS connected storage and can cause random disconnects. The timing of this is a coincidence that it comes right on the coat tails of my previous article Hardware Fails, Software Has Bugs and People Make Mistakes – Usually You Get All At Once! During the disconnects VM’s will ap…

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April 17, 2014 Michael Webster

Hardware Fails, Software Has Bugs, People Make Mistakes – Usually You Get All At Once!

Today we experienced the second outage to this blog in the last 12 months. The outage today was 15 hours in total, unacceptably long in my view for a professional hosting company. Very inconvenient to me as I’m sure it was to all of you as well. But this does serve as a good reminder about the maxims of cloud computing.  Mind you the maxims don’t just apply to cloud computing, they are…

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April 17, 2014 Diego Cardenas

Microsoft Security Essentials Locks Up Windows XP

Hi All,   I have been a getting number of request on Windows XP users who are as of yesterday locking up when using Microsoft Security Essentials. It seems like our friends in Redmond Washington are up to no good pushing down bad code that hangs any users with the combination of Windows XP andRead More… Del.icio.us Facebook …

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April 15, 2014 Chris Wahl

VMware To Offer Hands-On Expert Level Certification for NSX

Let’s start by setting the stage. Back in 2012, I successfully defended my data center design required for acquiring the VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX) for Data Center Virtualization (DCV). The journey leading up to the defense, and the actual defense process itself, was immensely beneficial to my skill sets and professional growth. I consider this yet another step in a journey, …

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April 14, 2014 Chris Wahl

Setting Up Multiple Sites within a Single vCenter SSO 5.5 Authentication Domain

Before vCenter Single Sign-On, each vCenter Server was recommended to be joined to an Active Directory domain – one such reason was for authentication purposes. Any member of the server’s domain could be granted the ability to perform vSphere related actions. Additionally, if you wanted to use a Linked Mode view – where multiple vCenter servers appeared within a single clien…

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April 13, 2014 Florent Tastet

Are we failing the true business needs? PART3

 The Storage Pillar The datacenter operating system discussed last week (http://florenttastet.wordpress.com/2014/04/06/are-we-failing-the-true-business-needs-part2/) is da strong pillar of business requirements and now more than ever as datacenters are almost entirely virtualized from the servers to the end points, and while at it, applications. The efforts deployed to solidify the foundation of t…

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April 13, 2014 Rotem Agmon

HP Virtual Connect 4.20 Released

HP BladeSystem c-Class Virtual Connect Firmware 4.20 was released with support for new hardware and many fixes:DownloadRelease NotesUser GuideCommand Line Interface User GuideVersion 4.20 of Virtual Connect contains support for the following enhancements:Manageability enhancements:The sFlow feature allows network administrators to monitor and analyze the network traffic f…

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April 12, 2014 Lindsay Hill

Keeping Calm: Don’t Lose Face

I got angry and swore and shouted during a business meeting recently, when I felt someone was doing a poor job. Ultimately this reflected poorly on me, not the other party. I should not have done it, and will strive to do better in future. When I stub my toe, I swear and shout a bit, and I feel better. This isn’t just me – swearing has a hypoalgesic effect: “Research into the hypoalgesic eff…

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April 12, 2014 Chris Wahl

Tech Blast #08 – That Tingly Sleepy Hand Feeling

If you haven’t noticed by now, each Tech Blast “featured” graphic now makes absolutely no sense and is entirely there for fun and a cheap laugh. I’m OK with this because it’s a Saturday and we all need funny pictures now and again. Hopefully, you are too. Let’s dive into some well seasoned brain food (yum).Brain Food Ahhh! The Heartbleed Vulnerability &#…

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April 11, 2014 Michael Webster

VCDX Candidate Tips from Down Under Part 1

I read a couple of good articles recently from VCDX candidates that defended at Frimley in the UK. One successful, and one not successful on this occasion. Both articles Extra VCDX Experience Achievement Unlocked by Gregg Robertson and VCDX Recipe for Success by Rene Van Den Bedem (VCDX-133) offer valuable insights. I thought it was worthwhile repeating the comment I made on one of the articles he…

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April 08, 2014 Rotem Agmon

VMware Virtual SAN (VSAN) Interoperability with HP ProLiant Servers

Now that VMware has released it’s Software Defined Storage (SDS) product, Virtual SAN (VSAN), HP offers its customers the flexibility to “Build Your Own” VSAN node with HP ProLiant Servers:Please see the official HP Compatibility Matrix for VMware Virtual SAN (VSAN):http://vibsdepot.hp.com/hpq/documents/HP%20Virtual%20SAN%20Compatibility%20Matrix.pdfYou can also search th…

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April 07, 2014 Tim Crawford

Can Microsoft Maintain Enterprise Interest Through Cloud and Mobile?

The past 60 days or so have shown a wave of changes at Microsoft. But are they enough to maintain interest by enterprise customers that Microsoft has long since courted…and counted on for the bulk of their revenue? Revenue Breakdown … Continue reading →

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April 07, 2014 Chris Wahl

Installing vCenter SSO 5.5 in a vCenter 5.1 Environment

I’ve worked with a number of folks who are on the fence about 5.5 – perhaps it doesn’t quite check a box somewhere on their warm and fuzzy list –  but want to get off their vSphere 4.x or 5.0 environment and start taking advantage of many of the features included with 5.1. For those in this boat, I’d suggest making the move but skipping SSO 5.1 in favor of SSO 5.…

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April 07, 2014 Michael Webster

Using DB Replay to Test Performance and Scalability of Oracle Databases

There are a number of tools available that can assist with testing performance and scalability of Oracle Databases and their platforms including Swingbench, HammerDB, Benchmark Factory for Databases, Apache JMeter, HP Load Runner (with SiteScope) and others. These all do a pretty good job and I’ve used them all at different times for different reasons. But if you want to record and replay a …

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April 06, 2014 Florent Tastet

If you’re not on top of these tech trends, good luck

Great quick article from the Globe and Mail http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/careers/leadership-lab/if-youre-not-on-top-of-these-tech-trends-good-luck/article17805266/

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April 06, 2014 Florent Tastet

Are we failing the true business needs? PART2

The DataCenter Operating System Pillar In the first post (http://florenttastet.wordpress.com/2014/03/30/are-we-failing-the-true-business-needs-part1/) I spoke at high level about where I believe some if not most of the conversations we’re having are in fact missing the true business need: the End User Community. I see way too often SME, SA, TA focussing on a PreSale conversation about 1 or 2 pilla…

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April 05, 2014 Lindsay Hill

Scalyr – More than Just Logs

Earlier this year I came across Scalyr, a newer player in the cloud-based log management scene. They’re taking a slightly different approach to products like Loggly and Splunk. I’ve been testing it in my lab – here’s my impressions. What is Scalyr? Scalyr is a server monitoring tool built by ex-Google engineers. It brings together log data, system metrics, website monitorin…

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April 04, 2014 Craig Kilborn

VCDX Paying It Forward

I was trying to think of a title for this blog post, numerous thoughts crossed my mind, VCDX Boot Camp, VCDX Mentoring and VCDX Frimley.  However ‘VCDX Paying It Forward’ seemed the most appropriate. Yesterday I attending the VCDX Boot Camp, ran by John Arrasjid @vcdx001 and Mostafa Khalil @MostafaVMW at VMware Frimley It was clear as soon as I heard John speak, that he is articulate, …

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April 03, 2014 Chris Wahl

The Modern Travel Bag for the IT Professional

One of the more annoying aspects to traveling around a lot is figuring out what to bring and how to bring it. In the grand scale between hyper-minimalism and carrying around the kitchen sink, I tend to fall somewhere in the middle. I like to pack light when possible to avoid checking a bag, but find that there are instances where that’s just not possible within the realm of my personal …

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April 02, 2014 Florent Tastet

vEXPERTs 2014 Announcement

 There is things you do by passion and others you do by commitment. It is always a delightlful pleasure when you can do both while demonstrating team playing and the desire to share with others which ultimately turns into common growth, enabling a high level of spiritual achievement, always reaching out to the highest technical results and knowledge while been part of something bigger that yoursel…

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April 01, 2014 Antone Heyward

CloudStack 4.3 cloud platform is now available

CloudStack 4.3 was released last week. There are plenty of new features and improvements added to what was already a great cloud platform. The release comes ahead of the CloudStack Collaboration Conference, which is next week April 9 – 11th. There are way too many new features to go through but I’m glad to see dynamic compute offerings, LDAP user provisioning and database high availability …

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March 31, 2014 Lindsay Hill

Transparent Caching Won’t Save Us

A recent Gigaom article asks: “Will transparent caching reshape the future of video on the internet?” “SUMMARY: Content companies including Viacom and HBO have met with folks from Comcast, Qwilt and others to discuss transparent caching as a way to solve the problem of online video.” The article talks about transparent caching as if it’s something new, but it isn̵…

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March 31, 2014 Chris Wahl

Top Blog Voting Results and a Pebble Smart Watch Giveaway

For many years now, Eric Siebert over at vSphere-Land has held a top blog voting survey to allow the community to voice their opinion on which blogs offer the highest quality content, solid post length and frequency, and have stuck around for the long haul. His latest survey results are officially in, and Wahl Network has bumped up a few slots from number 12 in 2013 to number 8 in 2014 while …

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March 30, 2014 Lindsay Hill

HP Master ASE VIP Support

HP has announced that HP Master ASE holders can now get VIP support. This is supposed to give me:  Personalized 24/7 hotline for all Master ASE certified engineers, with preferential access to an experienced HP engineer upon validation Exclusive, enhanced access to HP networking senior product and solutions engineers from HP support teams and product centers of excellence geared to better a…

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March 30, 2014 Florent Tastet

Are we failing the true business needs? PART1

Holistically the datacenter has never so healthy; there’s a myriad of technology providers training their teams to deliver the best of the best Value Added Services around the datacenter acquisitions to meet today’s most demanding requirements. Great! While the datacenter is certainly better served than ever, it is often so tragic to witness how many times the true conversation to have which drive…

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March 29, 2014 Lindsay Hill

IOS-XR: Stuck between SNMP and SDN

SNMP may be outdated, and is definitely unloved, but it still serves a purpose. We’re moving to a new world, with new methods and data structures for interrogating and configuring our network devices. This is a Good Thing, but we’re not there yet, and this leaves us stuck in limbo for trying to solve Real World problems today. Here’s what I found recently when trying to do some n…

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March 29, 2014 Mercy Ponnupandy

Fun with Financials

When there is a need for quick and comprehensive financial data in R, quantmod comes to rescue. It was originally envisioned as a rapid prototyping environment to facilitate quantitative modeling, testing, and trading. Quantmod allows R to read data from CSV files, spreadsheets, databases, datasets of statistical packages, and from the web (Google, Yahoo, FRED, and others). Here is a quick look on…

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March 29, 2014 Chris Wahl

Tech Blast #07 – For Whom Does The Banana Phone Ring?

I let the previous post date slip due to work / life balance slips, as I feel it’s important to avoid burning out. Here’s a collection of interesting links that I gained value from recently in a new, easier to read format. It’s time to feed your brain!Brain Food The IT Field Bag – A good friend of the community, Josh Atwell, put together a “what’s in you…

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March 28, 2014 Chris Wahl

Tom Hollingsworth Offers Snazzy Insight on the 2014 SDDC Symposium

The Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) Symposium is coming to the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, from 8 AM to 5 PM. If you haven’t attended in times past, have no fear! I’ve managed to wrestle industry titan Tom Hollingsworth, otherwise known as @NetworkingNerd on the Twitters, to discuss this awesome event, the topics covered…

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March 28, 2014 Michael Webster

#TopvBlog2014 Results Prove VMware has a Fantastic Community

Today Eric Siebert released the results of the Top vBlog results for 2014 with the help of Rick Vanover from Veeam, John Troyer from VMware and David Davis from Pluralsight. Big thanks to Veeam for putting up some awesome prizes this year for bloggers and voters alike. The sheer number of votes and the number of blogs shows what a strong community that VMware has built around its technologies. Eri…

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March 28, 2014 Craig Kilborn

2014 Top vBlog Results

For the last six years Eric Siebert has been running the annual top virtualisation blog poll over at vSphere-Land This takes a tremendous amount of time on Eric’s behalf to not only market the awards, but to organise gifts from the vendor community.  This year awards included Asus Nexus 7 Tablet and a Google Chromecast. It was great to see a number of blog’s that I regularly visit risi…

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March 28, 2014 Michael Webster

SQL and Oracle On Nutanix Papers Hot Of The Press

Two papers that have been the result of some of the work I and the team have been doing over the past couple of months at Nutanix have just been published. The first paper is the SQL Server on Nutanix Tech Note that includes a brief outline of why Nutanix is a great place to run SQL Server, as well as the SQL on Nutanix high level best practices and some performance validation results. This is rea…

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March 27, 2014 Antone Heyward

V-Commander now supports Amazon AWS EC2

Embotics V-Commander is marketed as cloud management software but until version 5.0.x it’s only supported VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V environments. With the release of 5.x, Embotics V-Commander is truly entering the realm of Cloud Management starting with Amazon EC2. V-Commander is clearly the easiest virtualization or cloud management software I have ever installed but its strengths do n…

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March 25, 2014 Chris Wahl

Avoid LACP with iSCSI Port Binding or Multi-NIC vMotion

A while back, I wrote two posts that discuss Link Aggregation Groups (LAGs) from a positive and negative angle. The idea is that LAGs offer some benefits and drawbacks, and the ultimate decision to choose one over the other should be driven by requirements for the environment. A few folks have asked some questions around mixing LAGs with various vSphere binding techniques. Specifically, iSCSI…

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March 25, 2014 Rotem Agmon

VMCE exam registration process open at Pearson Vue

Veeam offers one certification program through the Pearson VUE test facilities. The Veeam Certified Engineer (VMCE) certification is documented proof that an engineer possesses the necessary level of expertise to correctly architect, implement and deployment. As some of you may know, I was chosen to be the Veeam instructor for israel and the VMCE frontal course will be available in the next couple…

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March 24, 2014 Tim Crawford

4 Reasons Cloud Storage is Not a Bubble About to Pop

With the recent S-1 filing by Box for their Initial Public Offering (IPO) the question of a Cloud Storage Bubble is raised once again. But is it really a bubble? And should enterprise customers take note and run for the … Continue reading →

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March 24, 2014 Martin MacLeod

Servergy Joins the OpenPOWER Foundation

 http://servergy.com/servergy-joins-the-openpower-foundation/ DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cleantech IT innovations company Servergy, Inc., announced today the company has joined IBM, Google, Mellanox, NVIDIA, Samsung Electronics, Tyan and Suzhou PowerCore Technology Company in the OpenPOWER Foundation – an open development alliance that makes IBM’s POWER microprocessor architecture available under lice…

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March 24, 2014 Martin MacLeod

Microsoft released Security Advisory 2953095 – Microsoft Word 2010

 http://blogs.technet.com/b/srd/archive/2014/03/24/security-advisory-2953095-recommendation-to-stay-protected-and-for-detections.aspx Today, Microsoft released Security Advisory 2953095 to notify customers of a vulnerability in Microsoft Word. At this time, we are aware of limited, targeted attacks directed at Microsoft Word 2010. This blog will discuss mitigations and temporary defensive strategi…

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March 24, 2014 Martin MacLeod

RiverMeadow Launches vCloud(R) Powered Service Provider Incentive Program

http://rivermeadow.mwnewsroom.com/press-releases/rivermeadow-launches-vcloudr-powered-service-provider-incentive-program-1088327 SAN JOSE, CA–(Marketwired – Feb 10, 2014) – RiverMeadow Software™ Inc., developer of the world’s only automated cloud onboarding and workload mobility platform developed specifically for carrier and service provider clouds, and a member of the VM…

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March 24, 2014 Martin MacLeod

HP Pioneers Enterprise Print Technology to deliver manageability and cost savings

 http://www8.hp.com/us/en/hp-news/press-release.html?id=1590363#.UzDC2IWF93k PALO ALTO, Calif. — HP today unveiled the industry’s first inkjet devices designed to meet the complex needs of today’s large businesses. The HP Officejet Enterprise Color MFP X585 and HP Officejet Enterprise Color X555 are powered by HP PageWide Technology, which takes proven, advanced commercial printing technologies an…

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March 24, 2014 Martin MacLeod

HP Offers Simpler, More Affordable, More Reliable Entry Storage for SMBs

http://www8.hp.com/us/en/hp-news/press-release.html?id=1590364#.UzDC1YWF93k LAS VEGAS — HP today announced new storage systems that enable channel partners to offer industry-leading storage technology at a new level of affordability, thereby accelerating sales in the entry-level storage segment. Customers in this segment often rely on local IT resellers to recommend, and at times deploy and manage…

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March 24, 2014 Martin MacLeod

Dell acquires StatSoft

 http://www.dell.com/learn/us/en/uscorp1/secure/dell-acquisition-statsoft Acquisition Overview Dell today announced the acquisition of StatSoft, a leading provider of advanced analytics solutions. Why StatSoft, Inc.? The acquisition of StatSoft further enhances Dell’s information management solutions by delivering a wide range of data mining, predictive analytics, and data visualization capabiliti…

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March 24, 2014 Martin MacLeod

Leading German car manufacturer using IBM Big Data & Analytics

http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/43392.wss Armonk, N.Y., and Hannover, Germany – 11 Mar 2014: At the CeBIT exhibition in Hannover, IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced today that premium car manufacturer BMW Group is deploying IBM Big Data & Analytics technology to optimize products, repairs and maintenance. The use of predictive analytics helps to detect and fix vulnerabilities befo…

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March 24, 2014 Martin MacLeod

Windows XP support in April ends – mitigation thoughts

http://blogs.technet.com/b/security/archive/2014/03/24/cyber-threats-to-windows-xp-and-guidance-for-small-businesses-and-individual-consumers.aspx It’s been well publicized that on April 8th, 2014 Microsoft discontinues product support for Windows XP.  Released in 2001, the support policy for the life of Windows XP soon followed in October 2002.  In September 2007, we announced that support for Wi…

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March 24, 2014 Martin MacLeod

HP Expands Testing for Mobile and Cloud-based Application Delivery

 http://www8.hp.com/us/en/hp-news/press-release.html?id=1601722#.UyjpMctF3mI PALO ALTO, Calif. — HP today announced new offerings to accelerate mobile and cloud-based testing and improve user experience while increasing cost savings and quality for the delivery of business-critical applications and services. To help organizations drive quality, performance and velocity into their mobile, cloud, hy…

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March 24, 2014 Tim Crawford

The Shark of HP Converged Systems

The story of Converged Infrastructure (CI) continues to gain steam within the Information Technology (IT) industry…and for good reason. Converged solutions present a relatively easy way to manage complex infrastructure solutions. While some providers focus on CI as an opportunity … Continue reading →

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March 24, 2014 Chris Wahl

Networking for VMware Administrators is Now Available!

Do you work with VMware technology and want to get your hands dirty with some practical, real-world physical and virtual networking knowledge? Or are you a networking professional that wants to finally understand just what the heck is going on over in the world of ESXi virtualization and those virtual switches? No matter which technology stack you live and breathe, Networking for VMware Admin…

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