Tag Archives: vSphere

We Fear Change

With the launch of vSphere 5.1, VMware is neutralizing the controversial vRAM-based licensing model and reverting to the former per-socket arrangement. Tad is busy updating his sales and marketing collateral. Continue reading

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Who needs a million IOPS for a single VM?

Microsoft tried to compare storage performance results from the upcoming Windows Hyper-V 3 with experiments from a year-old vSphere whitepaper that used completely different configurations — see what happens when similar configurations are used. Continue reading

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vMotion Performance on VROOM! Videos

Todd and Sreekanth from the VMware Performance Team talk about vMotion, with a guest appearance by Eric Gray. Continue reading

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Book Review: Automating vSphere with vCenter Orchestrator [Giveaway!]

New book on vCenter Orchestrator from Cody Bunch shows how to automate vSphere tasks. WIN one of ten copies! Continue reading

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What are you doing with nested virtualization?

Virtualizing vSphere enables many possibilites for learning and experimenting. What you *you* doing with nested virtualization? Continue reading

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