Tuesday, April 21, 2009
www.ntpro.nl has a very nice list of podcasts I think you will want to hear.
What's New in VMware vSphere Part 1: Overview
What's New in VMware vSphere Part 2: vSphere Editions
What's New in VMware vSphere Part 3: Platform Efficiency and Performance
What's New in VMware vSphere Part 4: Hardware and Power Efficiency
What's New in VMware vSphere Part 5: Operational Efficiency and Network Management
What's New in VMware vSphere Part 6: Control of Application Availability
What's New in VMware vSphere Part 7: Control of Application Security
What's New in VMware vSphere Part 8: Control of Application SLAs
WOW. What an exciting day and lots of blogging going on as those of us VMware professionals have been doing Virtualization for over 9 years. We welcome those of you just getting started!
Here are some links summarizing many announcements today. It appears vSphere will be available for order May 21, 2009.
vpc certification news: http://www.van-lieshout.com/2009/03/new-vmware-certifications/
VMware Forums and training material:
VMware Upgrade Center:
Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Trying not to get into all the bashing back and forth..but I think you might find Microsoft's own documents revealing.
Monday, April 6, 2009
Some really good articles covering how all the networking works inside of ESX. '
Really good reading for review or for those new to ESX and virtual worlds! Also a new and great blog site http://kensvirtualreality.wordpress.com/.
Thursday, April 2, 2009
Just saw this original article searchvirtualization.com.
And VMware's official announcement.
How does VMware license its products for dual- quad- and hexa-core systems?
VMware licenses its server products on a per processor basis. As of the Effective Date referenced above, processor is defined as a single physical chip that contains no more than six processor cores.
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Searchvirtualization is reporting the launch of the next game changing revolution in Virtualization by VMware is scheduled for April 21.
I am very excited about the features in this next release and have been involved with the beta of the product, but not commented due to NDA rules.
The article seems to indicate many are not aware of the new features. If you are in that boat I can't stress the importance of attending VMworld and your local VMware User Groups to keep up on all the news.
This new release is guaranteed to rock the virtualization industry!