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  • newRemove _deviceImage-0.iso From ESXi Datastore
    What’s Issue? Sometimes, we need to prepare a VM with specific OS and deploy it on another environment, so we have to export the VM as OVA or OVF file. Because of installing OS, we need to mount ISO file on our machine and may be we forgot remove ISO file from CD-ROM before exporting […]The post Remove _deviceImage-0.iso From ESXi Datastore appeared first on Teimouri.net.
    - 5 hours ago, Sat, 01 Oct 2016 07:01:10 +0000 -
  • newvROps Webinar Series - Part 9 - What's New with vRealize Operations 6.3

    - 5 hours ago, Sat, 01 Oct 2016 06:35:00 +0000 -
  • newVCAP – Design: Storage calculation – Part 1
    I will like to start a series of posts regrading VCAP design storage calculation and performance. we will start with the basics and build on it to more advanced topics. Raid levels: RAID – Redundant Array of In Depended Disks , RAID technology is a combination of in depended disks to form redundancy or create […]]> I will like to start a series of posts regrading VCAP design storage calculation and performance. we will start with the basics and build on it to more advanced topics.Raid levels:RAID – Redundant Array of In Depended Disks , RAID technology is a combination of in depended disks to form redundancy or create a better performance.There are many type of RAID levels but recently vendors start to use a few common raid levels: RAID 0:RAID 0 technical details :Method: Block level striping , data iswriting across all drives in the stripe set.Using RAID 0 will increase performance since we utilizing all drives from the RAID set at the same time.Fault Tolerance: RAID0 DO NOT offer any fault tolerance, failure in one of the drives will cause data loss in the array.Efficiency: 100% , all disks in the array are been used.Design consideration: Good for application that do not need data protectionMinimum 2 drivesGood performance in sequential read and writeGood performance for random I/O.Low cost RAID 1:RAID 1technical details :Method: Block level mirroring, data is mirrored to additional disk /disksFault Tolerance:RAID 1 provide fault tolerance by using the mirror technique, if a disk fails you can recover the data from the mirrored disk/disks.Efficiency: 50% , because we have additional full copy of the data.Design consideration:BasicprotectionMinimum 2 drivesGood performance in sequential readPoor write performance(all writes need to be mirrored)High cost RAID 5:RAID 5 technical details :Method: Block level striping withdistributed single parity , each disk in the RAID set include a parity informationFault Tolerance: RAID 5 provide faulttoleranceby using thedistributed parity technique , if a single disk in the RAID set fails you can recover the datafrom the parity that exist on the other drive in the RAID.Efficiency: [(n-1)/n]*100 , n = number of drives. example: using 10 X500GB drives in RAID5:calculate efficiency: [(10-1)/10] *100 = 90%now that we know the efficiency we can calculable the capacity in the raid : (500GB X 10) *.90 = 4.5TBDesign consideration:Good for application that need data protectionMinimum 3 drivesGood performance in sequential readsGood performance for random I/O.Moderate cost RAID 6:RAID 6 technical details :Method: Block level striping withdistributed dualparity , each disk in the RAID set includes dual parity informationFault Tolerance: RAID 6 provide faulttoleranceby using thedistributed dual parity technique , if a twodisk in the RAID set fails you can recover the datafrom the parity that exist on the other drive in the RAID.Efficiency: [(n-2)/n]*100 , n = number of drives. example: using 10 X500GB drives in RAID 6:calculate efficiency: [(10-2)/10] *100 = 80%now that we know the efficiency we can calculable the capacity in the raid : (500GB X 10) *.80 = 4TBDesign consideration:Good for application that need data protectionMinimum 4 drivesGood performance in sequential readsGood performance for random I/O.Highcost RAID 10:RAID 10 technical details :Method:combined method of RAID 1 mirroring and RAID 0striping , data is striping across the mirrored setsFault Tolerance: RAID 10 provide faulttoleranceby using the mirrortechnique , if a disk in the mirrored RAID set fails you can recover the datafrom the mirror disk, for every mirror in the stripe you can loose a disk.Efficiency: 50%Design consideration:Good for application that need data protectionMinimum 4 drivesGood performance in sequential reads and writesGood performance for random I/O.Highcost Thanks for readingMordi.      
    - 9 hours ago, Sat, 01 Oct 2016 03:02:14 +0000 -
  • new1.7 Release of the FlashArray Workflow Package for vRealize Orchestrator
    Finally starting to catch up on work after VMworld. A lot of blog posts queued up in my head that I want to start getting out. Here is the first. I have completed an update of the FlashArray workflow package with some bug fixes and some new workflows. As always the workflow package can be … Continue reading 1.7 Release of the FlashArray Workflow Package for vRealize Orchestrator →
    - 11 hours ago, Sat, 01 Oct 2016 01:05:31 +0000 -
  • newWrapping Up Ignite: More Office 365 Snippets
    Tony Redmond explores some things he found out or explored during the week, including a solid DLP roadmap for Office 365, how BMC Remedy creates incident tickets from DLP audit events, that Veeam now offers a backup for Exchange Online, how QUADROtech's ADAM plans to drag public folders into the 21st century, and more.The post Wrapping Up Ignite: More Office 365 Snippets appeared first on Petri.
    - 15 hours ago, Fri, 30 Sep 2016 21:02:14 +0000 -

Virtualization Software

  • VMware Virtual Volumes (VVOLs) – vChat Podcast #37
    In vChat #37 Simon, Eric, and David talk about VMware Virtual Volumes (VVOLs), what they are, how they work, how they compare to alternatives, what’s required, and what we think the adoption rate will be. JOIN US to learn more! ... Read MoreThe post VMware Virtual Volumes (VVOLs) – vChat Podcast #37 appeared first on Virtualization Software.
    - Wed, 22 Jul 2015 06:35:54 +0000 -
  • New Virtual Network Monitoring and Troubleshooting Tool – Free Beta
    There is a lengthy list of virtualization performance and capacity tools that monitor CPU, memory, storage, and network. However, when they say that they monitor the “network”, what they really do is to go to vCenter and pull basic network ... Read MoreThe post New Virtual Network Monitoring and Troubleshooting Tool – Free Beta appeared first on Virtualization Software.
    - Wed, 22 Jul 2015 04:27:19 +0000 -
  • Don’t Miss This! Our 2015 Data Protection MegaCast – July 29th!
    Data protection – backup, replication, business continuity, monitoring – is not always considered an IT pro’s most exciting work, but it is one of the most critical services provided by the IT organization. There are a whole lot of vendors ... Read MoreThe post Don’t Miss This! Our 2015 Data Protection MegaCast – July 29th! appeared first on Virtualization Software.
    - Mon, 13 Jul 2015 17:51:22 +0000 -
  • vSphere Snapshot Monitor – SnapWatcher – Now GA – Independence Day Special
    In my recent post, Finding and Eliminating Dangerous vSphere Snapshots with Snapwatcher, I talked about a powerful new tool that was currently in beta. What SnapWatcher does for VMware admins is to… Monitor VMware snapshots across VMware vCenter systems and ... Read MoreThe post vSphere Snapshot Monitor – SnapWatcher – Now GA – Independence Day Special appeared first on Virtualization Software.
    - Wed, 01 Jul 2015 19:20:20 +0000 -
  • Cisco Firing on All Pistons in OpenStack Cloud
    Cisco, a company which was traditionally known for their network equipment, such as routers and switches just a few years ago has continued to further diversify their business over the last several years. In 2014, Cisco purchased Metacloud, an OpenStack ... Read MoreThe post Cisco Firing on All Pistons in OpenStack Cloud appeared first on Virtualization Software.
    - Fri, 12 Jun 2015 12:24:34 +0000 -

VMWare Videos

  • vChat Podcast – Containers vs Virtual Machines (Episode 43) with Wes Higbee @g0t4
    In episode #43, David talks with Wes Higbee of WesHigbee.com to discuss containers vs virtual machines. Wes is an author  of 12+ Pluralsight.com courses, he’s a great speaker, educator, and very knowledgeable developer. For those reasons, this vChat turned out especially great (which you’ll see for yourself)! Watch this vChat to get the real truth about containers! WATCH NOW to see the full episode! […]
    - 18 days ago, Tue, 13 Sep 2016 01:59:17 +0000 -
  • vChat Podcast – Getting Started in Coding for Infrastructure Admins with Dan Appleman (Episode 42)
    In episode #42, Simon and David talk with Dan Appleman, CTO at Full Circle Insights to find out the best ways for infrastructure admins to learn more about development. You want to get started in coding and the cloud? You want to ensure you future success in your career? Dan’s got some great advice for you! WATCH NOW […]
    - 40 days ago, Mon, 22 Aug 2016 20:35:07 +0000 -
  • vChat Podcast – VMware Labs Flings with James Green, vBlog Results, and Home Labs (Episode 41)
    In episode #41, Simon and David talk with vExpert James Green about his favorite VMware Labs Flings including DRS Doctor, I/O Analyzer, and PowerCLI tools. We also cover the vBlog 2016 results and what we are doing with our home labs. WATCH NOW to see the full episode! Show Notes and Hyperlinks Here are notes […]
    - 83 days ago, Sun, 10 Jul 2016 13:23:17 +0000 -
  • vChat Podcast – EMCworld 2016, OpenStack Summit 2016 and Hot Tech (Episode 40)
    In this milestone episode #40, Simon and David talk about EMCworld 2016, OpenStack Summit 2016, home labs, Megacasts, vSphere-Land Voting, vSphere 6 training, and LOT of hot new tech (like kickstarter gadgets). Show notes with hyperlinks are below. WATCH NOW to see the full episode! Show Notes and Hyperlinks Here are notes and links to […]
    - Mon, 06 Jun 2016 20:22:03 +0000 -
  • vChat Podcast – LIVE from VMworld 2015! (Episode 39)
    In this episode, recorded LIVE at VMworld 2015, Simon, Eric, and David (all together in one place – a professional recording studio with a 3 camera setup in fact), the vChat crew covers their person experiences at VMworld 2015. We talk about all the latest VMworld news and events including the VMworld keynote, speaking sessions, […]
    - Thu, 17 Sep 2015 12:28:13 +0000 -

Yellow Bricks

  • This blog has been hacked by @vS0ciety
    Advertise here with BSAAs some seemed to have taken this too serious: Thanks to all who took part in the viral video hoax today, the vCommunity Rocks – No vBloggers were harmed in the making of this video — vS0ciety (@vS0ciety) September 27, 2016"This blog has been hacked by @vS0ciety" originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com. Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB.
    - 4 days ago, Tue, 27 Sep 2016 16:00:42 +0000 -
  • How to make a host win the HA Master Election
    Advertise here with BSAOn the community forums someone asked if it was possible to influence the HA/FDM master election. (For those who don’t know, FDM is the engineering name for vSphere HA.) Let me state first that I wouldn’t recommend doing this, but there actually is a way to make it very likely a certain host becomes the HA […]"How to make a host win the HA Master Election" originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com. Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB.
    - 4 days ago, Tue, 27 Sep 2016 08:25:38 +0000 -
  • Startup intro: Reduxio
    Advertise here with BSAAbout a year ago my attention was drawn to a storage startup called Reduxio, not because of what they were selling (they weren’t sharing much at that point though even) but because two friends joined them, Fred Nix and Wade O’Harrow (EMC / vSpecialist fame). I tried to set up a meeting back then and […]"Startup intro: Reduxio" originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com. Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB.
    - 8 days ago, Fri, 23 Sep 2016 12:56:59 +0000 -
  • Running your VSAN witness for a 2 node cluster on a 2 node cluster
    Advertise here with BSAA week ago we had a discussion on twitter about a scenario which was talked about at VMworld. The scenario is one where you have two 2-node clusters and for each 2-node cluster the required Witness VM is running on the other. Let me show you what I mean to make it clear: The Witness […]"Running your VSAN witness for a 2 node cluster on a 2 node cluster" originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com. Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB.
    - 11 days ago, Tue, 20 Sep 2016 15:42:16 +0000 -
  • @DuncanYB’s recommended reads part 5
    Advertise here with BSAWhat a crazy week, VMworld. Many announcements by many different vendors and of course a kazillion blog posts. I picked a few which stood out to me and which are worth reading. VMworld VMare Code hackathon to hit Barcelona 2016 by Alan Renouf The US version of the hackathon was a big success, and I expect nothing less […]"@DuncanYB’s recommended reads part 5" originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com. Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB.
    - 13 days ago, Sun, 18 Sep 2016 07:56:17 +0000 -

Chris Wahl

  • Leveraging Splatting in PowerShell Scripts
    Ever wonder how splatting works in PowerShell? Here's a simple example to get you started!The post Leveraging Splatting in PowerShell Scripts appeared first on Wahl Network.
    - 18 days ago, Tue, 13 Sep 2016 13:00:34 +0000 -
  • Much Love for PowerShell and PowerCLI at VMworld
    My thoughts on how PowerShell and PowerCLI are transforming the show at VMworld.The post Much Love for PowerShell and PowerCLI at VMworld appeared first on Wahl Network.
    - 25 days ago, Tue, 06 Sep 2016 13:00:45 +0000 -
  • Using Tags to Include or Exclude Pester Tests
    An easy way to tag your Pester tests to make filtering them simple and effective.The post Using Tags to Include or Exclude Pester Tests appeared first on Wahl Network.
    - 40 days ago, Mon, 22 Aug 2016 11:00:10 +0000 -
  • An Early Access Look at Rubrik Firefly
    A quick look at Rubrik Firefly, an early access announcement with a ton of heavy hitting new features!The post An Early Access Look at Rubrik Firefly appeared first on Wahl Network.
    - 46 days ago, Tue, 16 Aug 2016 13:41:57 +0000 -
  • How to Surround Yourself with Good People
    Finding good people for your personal and professional life is key - here's some thoughts on the subject.The post How to Surround Yourself with Good People appeared first on Wahl Network.
    - 54 days ago, Mon, 08 Aug 2016 12:00:31 +0000 -

ScottLowe.org

  • Why I’m Now Using VirtualBox with Vagrant
    One of the things I often tell people is, “Use the right tool for the job.” As technologists, we shouldn’t get so locked onto any one technology or product that we can’t see when other technologies or products might solve a particular problem more effectively. It’s for this reason that I recently made VirtualBox—not VMware Fusion—my primary virtualization provider for Vagrant environments.
    - 4 days ago, 2016-09-28T00:00:00+00:00 -
  • Installing a Specific Version of Docker Engine
    In this post, I’m going to show you how to install a specific version of the Docker Engine package on Ubuntu. While working on a side project (one that will hopefully bear fruit soon), I found myself in need of installing a slightly older version of Docker Engine (1.11 instead of 1.12, to be specific). While this task isn’t hard, it also wasn’t clearly spelled out anywhere, and this post aims to help address that shortcoming.
    - 9 days ago, 2016-09-23T00:00:00+00:00 -
  • Spousetivities in Barcelona
    If you’re going to be in Barcelona for either VMworld EMEA (running the week of October 17) or the fall 2016 OpenStack Summit (running the week of October 24), then I recommend you plan for your spouse/partner/girlfriend/boyfriend/whatever to join you for what I believe are some pretty spectacular Spousetivities.
    - 12 days ago, 2016-09-20T00:00:00+00:00 -
  • Using Vagrant with AWS
    In this post, I’d like to describe how to use Vagrant with AWS, as well as provide a brief description of why this combination of technologies may make sense for some use cases. In some respects, this post is similar to my posts on using Docker Machine with OpenStack and using Vagrant with OpenStack in that combining Vagrant with AWS creates another clean “provider/consumer” model that makes it easy for users to consume infrastructure.
    - 17 days ago, 2016-09-15T00:00:00+00:00 -
  • A Follow Up on SSH Bastion Hosts
    This post is a follow-up on my earlier post on using an SSH bastion host. Since that article was published, I’ve gotten some additional information that I wanted to be sure to share with my readers. It’s possible that this additional information may not affect you, but I’ll allow you to make that determination based on your use case and your specific environment.
    - 19 days ago, 2016-09-13T00:00:00+00:00 -

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Gestalt IT

  • Aruba Brings Campus Wireless Improvements
    Campus wireless is faced with increasing demands from BYOD, high density, capacity, and IoT. Keeping it all running efficiently is troublesome without the right solution. Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company addresses these challenges with the introduction of ArubaOS 8. Campus wireless can now take full advantage of technologies the server infrastructure has been using […]You might also want to read these other posts...ArubaOS 8 New FeaturesAvaya: Building the Shortest Path BridgeAppreciating Aruba Networks’ Instant ModeContemplating Auto RF Functions In WLAN SystemsPart 4 – Storage controller architectureThe post Aruba Brings Campus Wireless Improvements appeared first on Gestalt IT.
    - 3 days ago, Wed, 28 Sep 2016 23:56:12 +0000 -
  • Mercy Technology Services Proves That Flash Storage Can Improve Hospital Operations
    This is post 6 of 6 in the series “NetApp Insight 2016 Innovation Awards” Each year, NetApp picks one customer demonstrating innovative use of their storage products to win their Innovation Award. This year’s four finalists focused on flash storage, including All-Flash FAS and SolidFire’s scalable flash storage platform. Now that the votes are in, […]You might also want to read these other posts...Mercy Technology Services Provides Healthcare Data In A…Introducing the NetApp Innovation Awards – Vote For…Flash Consolidation: NetApp to Acquire SolidFire1&1: A Global Local ISP Adds FlashShanghai FESCO Cloud: Scaling China’s Startup Businesses…The post Mercy Technology Services Proves That Flash Storage Can Improve Hospital Operations appeared first on Gestalt IT.
    - 5 days ago, Mon, 26 Sep 2016 23:47:19 +0000 -
  • ArubaOS 8 New Features
    As part of Mobility Field Day Live, I had the opportunity to visit Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company at their Executive Briefing Center in Sunnyvale to learn about their newly introduced Mobile First platform. The foundation for the platform is ArubaOS 8, which is a major new release with a long list of new […]You might also want to read these other posts...Contemplating “Mobility”Appreciating Aruba Networks’ Instant ModeNyansa Brings Free Far-Ranging Wi-Fi Analytics View to All…Aruba AirWave – Wireless Field Day 4 #WFD4Aruba Networks Sensors EverythingThe post ArubaOS 8 New Features appeared first on Gestalt IT.
    - 8 days ago, Fri, 23 Sep 2016 13:25:45 +0000 -
  • Hacking Photon OS to Do Your Bidding
    Tim Carr of timcarr.net comments: Today I’d like to talk (er type) about how to make Photon OS a more easy to use extension of your operating system. I envision photon as a very lightweight way of getting PowerCLI functionality out of your Mac/Linux host with VMware Fusion/Workstation or this as a way to include […]You might also want to read these other posts...VMware Photon Platform, Notes from the Field – Entry…PowerCLI for Modifying VM Network AdaptersHow to run View PowerCLIApplying New IP Addresses to vCenter, ESXi Hosts, and…Automating and Enforcing a Consistent vSphere ConfigurationThe post Hacking Photon OS to Do Your Bidding appeared first on Gestalt IT.
    - 18 days ago, Tue, 13 Sep 2016 16:15:12 +0000 -
  • Considerations of Hadoop in the Enterprise
    Chin-Fah Heoh of Storage Gaga comments: I was intrigued by an article posted by a friend of mine in Facebook. The article (circa 2013) was titled “Never, ever do this to Hadoop”. It described the author’s gripe with the SAN bigots. I have encountered storage professionals who throw in the SAN solution every time, because that […]You might also want to read these other posts...Hyper-convergence, divergence and micro-convergenceBelated Post-Strata Thoughts 1: Hadoop is finally over…MASSive, Impressive, Agile, TEGILEThe reverse wars – DAS vs NAS vs SANThe Prophet has arrivedThe post Considerations of Hadoop in the Enterprise appeared first on Gestalt IT.
    - 18 days ago, Tue, 13 Sep 2016 13:09:35 +0000 -

vClouds.nl

  • Login VSI releases new Product update of Login PI
    About Login PI Login PI is the newest product from Login VSI. While the product Login VSI is used for load testing, benchmarking and for planning activities, PI continuously monitors the environment and test the performance of your virtual desktop environment. User Experience Monitoring Login PI works with so-called launcher machines which simulates user sessions […]This post Login VSI releases new Product update of Login PI appeared first on vClouds.
    - Mon, 25 Apr 2016 10:24:23 +0000 -
  • VMware launched UEM 9
    Today VMware launched a new version of UEM. I am very pleased with some new features within this release and to be honest, I think there are a lot of UEM customers waiting for one or more of these features as well. In this blog post I will shortly describe the new features. So what […]This post VMware launched UEM 9 appeared first on vClouds.
    - Wed, 09 Mar 2016 15:52:39 +0000 -
  • Secure your VMware Horizon Access Point with an A score on SSL Labs
    Nowadays security in IT is becoming more and more important. So what about your own infrastructure? Are you allowing external access through a web portal? A lot of companies who are implementing a web portal for external access with VMware Access Point or Citrix NetScaler for example are considering two-factor authentication to upgrade their level […]This post Secure your VMware Horizon Access Point with an A score on SSL Labs appeared first on vClouds.
    - Thu, 17 Dec 2015 20:12:43 +0000 -
  • Watch out with VSAN FTT=1 and Maintenance Windows… Lessons Learned the Hard Way
    A couple of weeks back I had a less fantastic Friday evening… When performing a one hour maintenance window to update some filter drivers on some of our ESXi 5.5  hosts.. this evening turned out to be not so pleasant Friday the 13th… In our company, for some workloads we run VSAN. And I must […]This post Watch out with VSAN FTT=1 and Maintenance Windows… Lessons Learned the Hard Way appeared first on vClouds.
    - Tue, 15 Dec 2015 19:24:22 +0000 -

Wikibon Blog

  • Breaking Down the Hortonworks S-1
    Hortonworks plans to go public in 2015 and its S-1 filing, revealed to the world yesterday, says a lot about the state of the Hadoop market generally and, obviously, Hortonworks specifically. First, a mea culpa. In Wikibon’s latest Big Data market forecast, my colleagues and I provided our estimate for Hortonworks’ 2013 revenue (along with […]
    - Tue, 11 Nov 2014 22:54:17 +0000 -
  • Industry Vet Rich Napolitano Joins SDN Startup Plexxi as CEO
    Software defined networking specialist Plexxi just named industry veteran Rich Napolitano as its CEO. Napolitano left EMC after heading its midrange storage business for the better part of a decade. Napolitano has built a reputation as a strong leader at both large companies (DEC, Sun, EMC) and smaller firms (Pirus Networks, Data Kinesis, Bluepoint). At […]
    - Mon, 10 Nov 2014 23:14:56 +0000 -
  • Dell World 2014: No to Wall St, Yes to Cash
    Co-authored by Stuart Miniman This week, Dell held its annual customer conference in Austin, TX. Official attendee numbers were not divulged but by our estimates between 4,000 – 5,000 customers and partners were on hand including a large Dell contingent. This is the third of four Dell World’s we’ve attended and there’s always a strong […]
    - Fri, 07 Nov 2014 23:04:17 +0000 -
  • #BigDataNYC and Wikibon Capital Markets Day is Almost Here
    The biggest week of the Big Data calendar is here. Kicking off tomorrow #theCUBE is live at #BigDataNYC 2014 for two days of continuous coverage. We’ll be interviewing Big Data practitioners, thought-leaders and technologies live from the Hilton Times Square in New York City. Watch live coverage at live.siliconangle.tv. On Thursday (10/16) afternoon, tune in to […]
    - Wed, 15 Oct 2014 15:29:33 +0000 -
  • HP Invests in Hortonworks to Jumpstart its Transformation
    HP and Hortonworks deepened their relationship last week, and the deal says a lot more about the former than it does the latter. The news is that HP is investing $50 million in Hortonworks for about a 5% ownership stake in the company (Hortonworks’ Series D valuation is estimated at $1.1 billion) and a seat […]
    - Mon, 28 Jul 2014 20:42:40 +0000 -