Memory Deep Dive – DDR4 Memory

This is part 5 of the memory deep dive. This is a series of articles that I wrote to share what I learned while documenting memory internals for large memory server configurations. This topic amongst others will be covered in the upcoming FVP book. Previous parts: Part 1: Memory Deep Dive Intro Part 2: Memory subsystem … [Read more...]

The Storage Field Day 7 Delegates

Tags van Technorati: SFD7,#SFD7,@TechFieldDay,Storage I […] … [Read more...]

vSphere 6 Feature Walkthroughs

Explore the features of VMware vSphere 6, the industry-leading server virtualization platform that lets you virtualize applications with confidence. vCenter Server Install - This series provides to instructions on installing various vCenter 6.0 components. vCenter Server Upgrades - Seamlessly … [Read more...]

How do I get to the next level?

Advertise here with BSAEvery week I get an email from someone asking if I can mentor them, if I can help them get to the next level, if I can help them become a VCDX, if I can explain to them what I did to progress my career. I figured I would write an article for those who wonder what I did, this is not a magic … [Read more...]

Scale Computing Adds Disaster Recovery for SMB

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure to attend a great meeting with Scale Computing at Virtualization Field Day 4 in Austin, Texas. I had met Jason Collier (@bocanuts) before at Tech Field Day Extra at VMworld US 2012. Jason has managed to build Scale Computing HC3 System into a real mature product in […] This … [Read more...]

Are you ready for the NLVMUG Usercon 2015?

The post Are you ready for the NLVMUG Usercon 2015? appeared first on viktorious.nl - Virtualization & Cloud Management. It's almost time for the 2015 edition of the NLVMUG Usercon. The NLVMUG Usercon is successor of the very successful Dutch VMUG Event, the annual meeting of the Netherlands VMware … [Read more...]

Virtual Volumes and queueing

Advertise here with BSAI was reading an article last week by Ray Lucchesi on Virtual Volumes and queueing. In that article (and podcast) Ray (and friends on the podcast) describe Virtual Volumes and the benefits they bring but also a potential danger. I have written about Virtual Volumes before and if you don’t know … [Read more...]

Maximizing the Use of VMware vRealize Operations for Horizon

VMware vRealize Operations for Horizon, an extension of vRealize Operations Manager for the enterprise, enables you to monitor and troubleshoot a View virtual desktop environment. This guide introduces you to navigation of the user interface and understanding alerts and events, as well as correct setup of the tool. … [Read more...]

Application-Delivery Options in VMware Horizon 6.0

VMware Horizon can deliver applications to users through View, Workspace, or Mirage. Horizon can deliver ThinApp virtual applications, Citrix XenApp published applications, SaaS- and cloud-based applications, natively installed Windows applications, and RDSH-hosted applications.The wide choice of application-delivery … [Read more...]

Memory Deep Dive – Optimizing for Performance

This is part 3 of the Memory deep dive. This is a series of articles that I wrote to share what I learned while documenting memory internals for large memory server configurations. This topic amongst others will be covered in the upcoming FVP book. Previous parts: Memory Deep Dive Intro Memory subsystem … [Read more...]