Just this past Monday Infinio announced the general availability of the third iteration of their...Read More
I think we can all agree that ol’ Al Einstein was a pretty smart dude right? Especially when it came to his thoughts around insanity and the “doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results”...Read More
Today Ravello Systems, a company based out of Palo Alto and Israel announced a new beta, a beta that I think is going to go over very well within the VMware community – one that will allow us to spin up vSphere labs,...Read More
It should be no surprise to any of my regular readers or followers that I am a huge fan of vCenter Operations. Being a VMware customer I find that it is a huge time-saver when trying to pin point performance issues within our...Read More
Are you ready? Let’s go! That seemed to be the catch phrase that presenter Scott Lowe (blog/twitter) rhymed off before starting off the awesomesauce that is each lesson of Trainsignal’s Designing VMware Infrastructure...Read More
Once again i was lucky enough to attend my local quarterly Toronto VMUG meeting at the convention center in Toronto Since i missed the last one i was beginning to run short of my VMUG fix but this one certainly fulfilled that....Read More
Cisco Nexus 1000v Free In early October Cisco announced a bit of a pricing change and deployment model to their Nexus 1000v virtual switch appliance. And by a bit of a pricing change I mean FREE! The new packaging model...Read More
Friday Shorts – .net AJAX Autocomplete with no webservices, youcanthavethisforapassword, Education VMUGS and more
Alright, here we go, week 2 of this series of posts…enjoy 🙂 Using the AJAX Autocomplete in .net without engaging web services I’ve found a new appreciation for the autocomplete functionality that languages such as...Read More
A couple of years ago I downloaded and installed a trial of CapacityIQ. It wasn't necessarily the capacity planning for the future capabilities that I was looking for, but more for the under/over sized VM reporting...Read More
Following the Twitter feed from VMworld Copenhagen this year there seemed to be a common theme coming out of all the buzz – operations and management. Product wise it was AppBlast and Horizon that really took...Read More
Throughout the holidays I had a little downtime and what better way to fill it but with some new learning. I've had a copy of Scott Lowe's Mastering VMware vSphere 5 laying around for a few weeks and with my...Read More
AND LESS WE FORGET A NICE LITTLE GIVE-AWAY AT THE BOTTOM…. Being an active member of the virtualization community I have been fortunate enough to have won a couple of Trainsignal VMware training DVDs (Performance and...Read More
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