Tag / Matthijs Haverink

  • August 4, 2008 - Matthijs Haverink

    Veeam Monitor 3.0 beta now available

    Veeam just released the Veeam Monitor 3.0 beta which is used to monitor your VMWare Virtual Infrastructure environment. New features: – Multiple new alarm sources(VCenter events, VM Heartbeat, VM State and more) – Alarm modeling & testing(use your event history to see how Veeam Monitor reacts) – Trend Reporting (learn from your reports)

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  • August 1, 2008 - Matthijs Haverink

    Citrix pricing up with 10% at September 1st !

    After VMWare‘s announcements about them raising the prices Citrix was to be expected to do the same. Today I got an e-mail from our Citrix distributor CDG that pricing of the entire Citrix portfolio will go up with 10% starting the 1st of September 2008. This only counts for

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  • July 31, 2008 - Matthijs Haverink

    VMware Powershell script – HBA LoadBalancer script

    One of the things you have to be carefull within a Virtual Infrastructure environment, just as in every other environment by the way, is how your LUNs are balanced over the HBA’s. Especially when you have a pretty dynamic infrastructure you might not always pay attention to this. My colleague Rob Mokkink has made a […]

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  • July 27, 2008 - Matthijs Haverink

    Enhanced VMotion capabilities in VMWare VI Update 2

    Last week VMWare released the long expected Update 2 for the VMWare 3 Infrastructure products. Besides cool new features like Hot-cloning VM’s, W2K8 Guest support, Storage VMotion and VSS quiescing support, one of the new features is the so called EVC. This is introduced as just another feature in the VMWare Infrastructure product line but […]

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  • July 9, 2008 - Matthijs Haverink

    Ex-Microsoft executive now leads VMWare!

    Yesterday VMWare announched that founder and CEO of VMWare Diane Greene is replaced immediately by ex-Microsoft executive Paul Maritz. It needs to be said that Paul Maritz, wasn’t working at Microsoft for over 8 years, but nevertheless it’s an interesting move. For those who keep close track on VMWare’s public activities and announcements it’s known […]

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