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Posts by David Davis

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VMware has announced a beta of their long talked-about Virtual Volumes (VVOLs)  alongside the new beta of vSphere 6. So what are VVOLs, and how do they help you?
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This week, VMware announced a major rebranding of numerous management products with many of them carrying a new name: vRealize. So what is vRealize and how does it relate to vCenter?
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One of the most important announcements made at VMworld 2014 this week was VMware’s enhancements to their Horizon Desktop As A Service (DaaS) offering, that opens up a significant opportunity for virtualized environments…
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Enterprise Software | August 28, 2014 by David Davis
This week at VMworld 2014, VMware announced new software, new partner programs, new hyper-convergence offerings, and a little re-branding during their Monday morning keynote with roughly 22,000 VMworld attendees watching. So what were these announcements, and how do they impact you? Read on!
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On April 8th, Citrix announced a collaboration with Cisco that produced the first application delivery controller (ADC) with integration into the Cisco Nexus fabric. Read on to find out what this means for you, and why you should care.
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To manage a dynamic virtual infrastructure, datacenter administrators need tools to give them visibility, monitoring, performance data, capacity utilization, and more. To fill that need, there are numerous virtualization management tools available today that push new features and marketing messages, daily. However, there may be a tool that you have already purchased and already use […]
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Veeam Software has introduced the latest edition of their award-winning backup, replication, and recovery software for vSphere and Hyper-V. Veeam says that the new Backup and Replication version 7 “takes modern data protection to the next level”. Certainly that sounds cool but, what does that really mean? Let’s find out.
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At VMworld 2013, VMware announced important updates to their flagship product line (see my post Top 10 Most Important Features of vSphere for more info). A major part of the VMworld keynotes were dedicated to the new VMware NSX. I didn’t cover NSX in my vSphere feature or in my vCloud editions post because NSX […]
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At VMworld 2013 this week, VMware announced the latest editions of vSphere 5.5, vCloud Director 5.5, and the vCloud Suite. Those announcements contained major new features – some which are included in existing editions and some that are new products, sold separately.
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Today, VMware announced important updates to their flagship product line – vCloud Suite – which includes the leading type-1 hypervisor, VMware vSphere. There is a LOT to get excited about with these announcements. After all, VMware wouldn’t wait to announce vSphere 5.5 in front of 22,500 virtualization pros at their biggest trade show of the year if […]
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From the experts | July 5, 2012 by David Davis
Containing virtual sprawl by optimizing management of network resources. As environments being more and more virtualized, the cost of computing goes down, efficiency, uptime and productivity increase and application performance is optimized. But, as with any major technology shift or revolution such as this, there are bumps in the road. That’s certainly true in the […]