Category / VMworld 2008 Vegas

  • October 15, 2008 - Sven Huisman

    Advanced Performance Tuning VI3

    John Davis of Virtualizationinformation.com posted the presentation he gave at VMWorld 2008 on his website: Advanced Performance Tuning VI3. His notes are also included. A lot of useful tips are in this presentation, so John, thanks for sharing!

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  • October 9, 2008 - Sven Huisman

    More XenApp 4.5 on VMware recommendations

    Now that the sessions from VMWorld 2008 are available online (for registered attendees), I thought I could share some of the good stuff with you. Here are some recommendations for implementing XenApp 4.5 on VMware. I’ve posted recommendations before, so there could be some overlap. Of course, not all recommendations may apply to your situation, but I find some of them very […]

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  • September 19, 2008 - Johan

    VMworld 2008 – Great news on ESX 4.0

    Yesterday I went to the very last session of VMworld, it was an hands on lab with ESX 4.0 Beta. The labs guys were very strict on no taking photographs and the disclaimer that everything is still under development and could change as it is being developed. They were saying new, renamed or changed features with every new […]

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  • Today I was at the “ThinApp – going deep on capturing applications” session. I expected a real technical session about how to tweak a captured application and maybe some best practices. It was a little bit of a soft presentation until one of the presenters showed something used in R&D at the moment: ThinApps that run in a […]

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  • September 17, 2008 - Sven Huisman

    VMWorld 2008 – Tech preview: vCenter Orchestrator

    vCenter Orchestrator is part of the management vServices. This will be available (suprise suprise) next year. What you can do with this is drag-and-drop development of customized workflows to automate operational task. Examples of what you can do with this are:

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