What’s New in vSphere 6.0 Fault Tolerance

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What’s New in vSphere 6.0 Fault Tolerance FT support upto 4 vCPUs and 64 GB RAM Fast Check-Pointing, a new Scalable technology is introduced to keep primary and secondary in Sync by replacing “Record-Replay” vSphere 6.0, Supports vMotion of both Primary and Secondary Virtual Machine With vSphere 6.0, You will be able to backup your virtual machines. FT supports for vStorage APIs for Data Protection (VADP) and it also supports all leading VADP solutions in Market like symantec, EMC, HP […]

P2V tools

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If you plan to do the P2V conversion operation , you can use the following tools Method A: VMware vCenter Converter Standalone Use a converter software product by VMware which is free to download using the link below: http://downloads.vmware.com/d/  

annual voting vBLOG !

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The annual voting for the top 50 virtualization blogs for 2014 is now open. Every year Eric Siebert takes a lot of time and puts this together over at vSphere-land. I have contributed to the voting over the years and now this year for the first time my blog is part of this great list. I encourage each of you to head over here to cast your votes again this year or for your first time. Voting is only open […]

Hyper-V 2012R2 vs. vSphere 5.5

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Now that both Microsoft and VMware have officially announced the new released of their virtualization products it’s possible make an homogenous comparison between Hyper-V 2012 R2 (the fourth generation of Hyper-V) and vSphere 5.5. VMware vSphere 5.5 introduces several news and scalability improvements, on the other side Microsoft Hyper-V 2012 R2 consolidate its features and improve what was already existing in the 2012 version, with a limited (but significant) new features. For example now, finally, some VMware old date features […]

vSphere 5.5 new feutures

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Last night , I was looking for an article that i saw an article on virtualization .  I read this article . it will be useful for you and other friends I ‘m going to run in this version soon. And the complete results will be announced . for the full list please take a look at VMware’s document. 1. vCenter Server appliance gets bigger For a while now VMware has offered a Linux based appliance version of the Windows […]

10 Things to Know About Server Virtualization

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This is a guest post from David Malmborg who is working with Dell. Here are the 10 things to know about server virtualization and why your company should think about it. Recently I have shared my personal working experience on advantages of server virtualization.  The below points are similar to earlier article but with different view and explanation.  [source article] 1. Server Virtualization Closes the Gap Seen in Traditional Server Model Traditional server model uses one piece of hardware for […]

7 Advantages of Cloud Computing

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“Cloud computing has changed the rules of the game between the companies expanding their services using cloud computing.”  In recent years cloud computing services has growing continuously. Google has been one of the strongest company have providing a large range of cloud services, spearheaded Gmail, and a long list of solutions around covering virtually all areas (Maps, Reader, News, storage etc.). Microsoft , the other large consumer market, has also invested heavily in the full range of services and providing cloud computing services. Using […]

Optimizing vSphere 5 Performance

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A few days ago I read an article that was interesting.May be faced with reduced performance When you run the virtualization platform. Here I give you some tips in this regard: Optimizing vSphere Performance: Why and How 1. Use capacity analysis tools 2. Right-size virtual machines 3. Replace your hardware 4. Utilize Storage I/O Control (SIOC) and Storage DRS (SDRS) 5. Reduce VM snapshots 6. Consider SSD 7. Utilize Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) 8. Run the latest version of vSphere 9. […]

vSphere 5.1 What’s New

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VMware announced a new version of VMware vSphere 5.1 at VMworld USA. I created a nice summup of all new features to give you nive clean overview if you are going to upgrade vsphere 5.1 please read this links and notic changes them   vSphere 5.1 What’s New What’s New in VMware vSphere 5.1 What’s New in VMware vSphere 5.1 – Storage What’s New in VMware vSphere 5.1 – Performance What’s New in VMware vSphere 5.1 – Platform What’s New in VMware vSphere […]

Compare Hyperv 3.0 & Vsphere 5.0

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1) Scalablity To start the comparison, we would choose scalability and  config maximums as these are the important aspects to look for while choosing the platform for your cloud. Microsoft Windows 2012 RC’s Hyper-V 3.0 seems to be promising on scalability than VMware vSphere 5.0. The maximum supported clustered nodes increased to 64 with increase in support of running VM’s i.e 4000 VM’s, more logical processors per host and more Physical RAM per host as compared to VMware.

10 most powerful cloud companies

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Virtually every vendor has a cloud story to tell. But here are 10 companies that have distinguished themselves as the leaders in cloud computing, either by being first to market, by offering the broadest and deepest set of cloud services or by taking a leadership role in the cloud revolution. Other articles in this issue of Enterprise Cloud Services: 1. Amazon: The IaaS gold standard The online retailer came out of nowhere in 2006 to offer up idle compute cycles […]

Top 10 Technology Trends for 2013

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What will drive the technology trends for 2013? Analyst firm, Gartner shares their prediction: Mobile Device Battles By 2013, mobile phones will overtake PCs as the most common Web access device worldwide and that by 2015 over 80 percent of the handsets sold in mature markets will be smartphones. However, only 20 percent of those handsets are likely to be Windows phones. By 2015 media tablet shipments will reach around 50 percent of laptop shipments and Windows 8 will likely […]