Posts Tagged ‘ Vmware ’

VMware IaaS Certification Program News

July 30, 2012

Just received an email that the VMware Certified Professional – Infrastructure as a Service (VCP5-IaaS) certification program has started and is available for current VCP5 holders.
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Performance test of ioTurbine with VM in VMware vSphere 5

July 25, 2012
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I just wanted to show some simple testing results from using ioTurbine. The environment consists of a HP BL460G7 blades which has a 320GB IO Accelerator from FusionIO.
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Microsoft Hyper-V 3.0 from a vSphere lovers perspective.

July 10, 2012

Microsoft is making claims that Windows Hyper-V Server 2012 is the best virtualization platform for Windows. I have to say that they have caught my interest with Windows Server 2012, Hyper-V version 3 and Systems Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) 2012. So I have been hard at work getting deep into the products, first...
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EMC PowerPath/VE Installation with vSphere 5 and Update Manager

May 7, 2012
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Installing updates, extensions, and upgrading esx is very easy with vSphere Update Manager and here is one way how it can be used to install EMC PowerPath/VE. The same process can be used to install other extensions but lets stay focused. PowerPath/VE is used to optimize storage i/o and automate path failures. It ...
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VMware View 5.1 Announced

May 2, 2012

VMware View 5.1 was announced today along with various other End-User solutions which can be found on this page. View 5.1 is not a major release but will come with many improvements. Here is some of what we'll have to look forward to with View 5.1.
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Avamar VMware Virtual Machine Protection Pt.1

April 30, 2012
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I wanted to give some insight into how Avamar protects VMware virtual machines. I have been using Avamar 6.0.x and most of the management and configuration from a Mac. Since the operating systems running on the Avamar servers and proxies are linux, having a terminal comes in handy. Plus the management using Avamar Administrator...
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Replication and Exporter for PHD Virtual Backup

March 14, 2012
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So, continuing on a post I did for the PHD Virtual backup and recovery solution, which can be used to protect your VMware vSphere environment I wanted to give more detail on the replication and export features of the product. It doesn’t have to be said but backup and recovery is key in any...
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PHD Virtual Backup Product Review

February 29, 2012
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Data protection is very important in this day and age so I have been evaluating many products that focus on protecting data for virtualized environments. Recently I had the chance the evaluate PHD Virtual Backup and Replication. This product stems from what used to be called esXpress back in the day. For those that...
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VCP5 Passed.

February 28, 2012
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I can proudly say that I have passed the VCP5 exam and like so many others who have scrambled last minute to get the VCP5 exam out of the way at the last minute I am glad it’s done. Now, if you still haven’t taking the test it may already be to late for...
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New Beta Build of CloudStack Acton 3.0 now available

February 6, 2012
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CloudStack is open source software written in java that is designed to deploy and manage large networks of virtual machines, as a highly available, scalable cloud computing platform. CloudStack current supports the most popular open source hypervisors VMware, Oracle VM, KVM, XenServer and Xen Cloud Platform.
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