Category / VMworld 2009 Cannes

  • My first reaction was a pretty big laughter when I read the article that stated that SAP is going to use XenServer to virtualize about 500 servers. The laughter is, as Alessandro states, because of the fact that during Paul Maritz’ keynote at VMworld Europe 2009 in Cannes 2 weeks ago, SAP got over 30 minutes […]

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  • I‘m personally still anxiously waiting for the VMworld Europe 2009 sessions to come on-line,  since it was said they would be released at the end of the first week of March … But to give you a sneak preview (even for those who won’t have access to the official sessions when they get on-line) ; I found […]

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  • February 26, 2009 - Sven Huisman

    VMworld Europe 2009: PARTY!

    Tonight was the VMworld party: Cloud 9! When we entered the room, it was like we were walking on a cloud and we were welcomed by a couple of angels. It was like we were in heaven… until we got to the food. Well, just take a look at our short flip-video impression and keep […]

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  • Today I attended 3 session related to VDI, so my brain is now filled with information regarding virtual desktops, virtual applications and user workspace- or profile-management. I still need to sort all this information out to write one big or maybe a couple of smaller articles concerning design considerations, VDI server sizing, security impact, remote […]

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  • Today I sat next to Alan Renouf (the British guy ;)) during the “Managing VMware with Powershell” session at VMworld Europe 2009 in Cannes and he pointed me to the Quick Reference Guide he released Monday as a great hand-out for beginners as well as experts. I checked it out and it looks really helpfull! […]

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