During last VMworld 2011, Teradici presented together with VMware the new PCoIP protocol for View 5.0, and also other interesting news. One of them is the APEX2800 card, designed to increase consolidation ratios in VDI environments, offloading many activities from the server cpu. Here is a short video showcasing it:
Ricevo e volentieri pubblico: Free webinar on: Tuesday, September 13 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM GMT 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EDT Join Anatoly Vilchinsky as he demonstrates simple step-by-step instructions for building your own SAN or centralized, networked storage by using standard off-the-shelf x86 hardware or even a repurposed server running Windows. You will also […]
If you are still using full ESX servers in your VMware environment, and you want to use Veeam Backup, keep in mind this problem and its solution. When you add an ESX node to Veeam Backup, you are asked for credentials to login to the node, these can be the root account (if you edit […]
After upgrading vCenter in a previous post, I used the Update Manager inside vCenter to upgrade in an easy and automated way several ESXi hosts to version 5.0. First of all, we need to import ISO images of ESXi 5.0, previously downloaded. We open then the Admin View of Update Manager, we select the ESXi Images […]
Last week has been one of the most intense from years, even if I have not done so many activities. The reason is simple: from 1st September I work for a new company! From this month I will work with Moresi.Com SA, a company base on Italian Switzerland with activities on IT professional services and […]
I found on youtube this video from Doug Hazelman of Veeam, describing the main new features of the upcoming new release: By the way, congrats to Doug for the really nice graphics!!!
I received during the weekend my new license codes for the 5.0 lineup of VMware products, so I tried and found a couple of hours to test the upgrade process of vCenter. This is the first element of a 4.1 cluster you need to upgrade to 5.0, cause it can manage both ESXi 4.1 and […]
If you missed past vBeers, if you’re back from vacation and heat is melting you, if during vacation yu had no possibility to talk about your nerd stuff, we have a solution for youi: the next Italian vBeer, in Milan on 5th September. If you’re around and want to meet and talk with other virtualization […]