A few days ago I blogged about my new idea in this post: “The Doctor is: IN” and I received a lot of positive comments and even my first request for assistance. So… here we go !!! Tonight ( June 7th ) at 19:00 CEST the first session will go live. That is, if Google […]
Many of us in IT read a lot of whitepapers, blogposts, how-to articles and view numerous Podcasts or training video’s to learn all the details about new products or features. Still, I don’t always get some of the details or can’t find the info I need. Meeting people at VMUGs or VMworld gives me the […]
We all know that the future version of vSphere will probably only be the ESXi version. At least, this is what VMware’s aim is for ESX5. Because it is wise to already get used to ESXi now to get moreÂ familiarÂ with theÂ absenceÂ of the Service Console, I was trying to switch my home lab of three ESX […]
Carl Eschenbach, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Field Operations for VMware, announced yesterday (august 20th) that VMware is now part of the Microsoft Server Virtualization Validation Program (SVVP).
Up until yesterday, if you wanted to be the best boy of the class, you would have to license your virtual Windows and a number of well known applications (SQL, Exchange, SharePoint, and others) for each host the Virtual Machine could possibly land on. So, if you have a ESX cluster of 16 hosts and […]