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  • VMware Identity Manager is a virtual appliance based on Suse enterprise 11. It should be working like a black-box and normally there is no need to get your hands dirty working the commandline interface, unless you’re upgrading the appliance. When you have implemented an Identity Manager cluster, there are more things that could break and […]

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  • July 7, 2011 - Matthijs Haverink

    SMB/LAB NAS Review

    Intro In the beginning of this year I, was looking for a new NAS for my home lab. I was curious to what was possible with NAS devices these days. I had a QNAP TS110 back then so I knew something about the NAS-es and what they could do but that was home-use orientated. So […]

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  • January 4, 2010 - Sven Huisman

    Time to vote for your favorite bloggers

    First of all: Happy new year and I wish you all a fantastic 2010! In this first post of the year on Virtualfuture, I want to bring the latest survey of Eric Siebert’s top 25 “VMware and virtualization bloggers” to your attention. Currently is ranked at number 17, which I’m very proud of. I’m […]

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  • March 31, 2009 - Sven Huisman

    VMware Virtual User group

    Just a quick note to everyone who’s interested in VMware: Alan Renouf is taking an online survey to check whether it’s a good idea to start a Virtual VMware user group. Please visit his blog, it only takes 2 minutes.

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  • To my surprise I noticed that is now in Eric Siebert‘s Top 20 of virtualization blogs on his VMware vLaunchpad! entered at number 19, so there is still room for improvement ;-). VMware vLaunchpad is your one stop shop for all the best VMware resources, websites and blogs.  What I like especially about […]

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