A new webinar from Starwind

What’s New in StarWind 5.7: The First Stage of Implementation of a New HA Architecture Wednesday, August 10 2:00 PM EDT (6:00 PM GMT) During this webinar, Max Craft, StarWind Senior Systems Engineer, will discuss the new features of StarWind 5.7 – that provide super fast HA performance, 100% storage uptime, and fault-tolerant data protection […]

August Break

This is my last post for August. I’m taking a little break from my blog, but not from work: I have some new projects I need to follow, a couple of new technologies I’m testing, and a good amount of study for the upcoming vSphere 5. All these activities will become for sure new articles […]

A new vSphere 5 licensing: way to go VMware!

After weeks of discussions, blog articles by almost everyone (I also talked about it here), VMware has announced a change in vSphere 5 licensing. Here are the details: vSphere edition Previous vRAM entitlement New vRAM entitlement vSphere Enterprise+ 48 GB 96 GB vSphere Enterprise 32 GB 64 GB vSphere Standard 24 GB 32 GB vSphere […]

VMware View: useful links

While preparing my first View projects coming in the next months, I collected some links in this dedicated page. List is going to be updated, extended and modified in the future, so come back here from time to time to check.   Licensing: How to license Microsoft Windows 7 for VMware View deployments by Edwin Weijdema […]

VMUG.IT, 5th October in Milan

Here we go! Feverish preparations are under way, we can already give you details to attend the next Italian VMUG Event. We will have several speeches in the morning, mainly tergeted on the new vSphere 5, and a great afternoon panel about backup solutions for VMware. Lunch and breaks will be offered by our sponsors. […]

VDI and market shares

I found some weeks ago this interesting infographic: It tells us basically that VDI market is equally dominated by Citrix and VMware, each with about 40% market share. From this data comes out an observation about projections of End of 2011: vmware is slowly but steadily eroding market shares from Citrix. This trend can be explained looking at another […]