Putting your storage to the test Doesnâ€™t everybody want to brag about how fast their storage is? How they configured and tweaked for hours to squeeze the last bit of IO out of their storage? But what does it mean when someone says: â€œMy box can do 1200 IOPSâ€. Is that read speed, write speed, […]
Today we celebrate the Dutch VMUGâ€™s 5th anniversary. Started as a small user group with 55 members, it has now grown to 600 visitors !!! Steve Herrod CTO of VMware speaks to the audience through a video message. Next on stage Richard Garsthagen.
When you build your virtual infrastructure with only ESXi hosts that you also lock down for security reasons, you might be in for a little surprise when you want to get your VI up and running again after major maintenance or a failure. First thing to do after the virtual infrastructure has been down, is […]
vSphere 4.0 Quick Start Guide continues from an idea started several years ago by a few engineers. The idea was simple, provide an easy to use reference guide for all level administrators, consultants and architects. Recently VMware introduced many new features in vSphere 4.0 and with this handy pocket guide you will learn about each of these new features. With each chapter, the pages in this essential guide will answer common questions while giving you unprecedented insight into: Expert tips & tricks Pitfalls to avoid RemoteCLI & PowerCLI (PowerShell) scripts Configuration how toâ€™s Virtualization best practices
Recently at the Belgium VMUG I gave a presentation in which I covered some design tips for VMware vSphere 4. I talked about some businessÂ decisionsÂ that, how boring they may seem, are crucial for your design. I covered some security requirements you should check with the security department of the organisation and of course advised good […]