Tag / vCenter

  • July 23, 2009 - Sven Huisman

    Why vCenter server should be free

    Do you remember the days when VMware P2V Assistant costs $20.000? And a couple of years ago, the product was suddenly available for free? And what about the introduction of the free ESXi? VMware’s hypervisor available for free all of a sudden? Well, this is exactly what I think will happen to vCenter Server. It’s just a […]

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  • March 11, 2009 - Johan

    VirtualCenter on Linux

    I was interested about the beta vCenter based on Linux. After i did read the documentation, I downloaded the Virtual Appliance. The VirtualCenter on Linux appliance uses Red Hat Community Enterprise Operating System (CentOS), version 5, as the base operating system. VirtualCenter on Linux is based on VMware VirtualCenter server, version 3.5. VirtualCenter has been […]

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  • March 10, 2009 - Sven Huisman

    vCenter server heartbeat 5.5 available NOW!

    VMware vCenter Server Heartbeat was announced at VMworld Europe 2009 and is now available for customers. vCenter Heartbeat provides protection for vCenter Server 2.5: Protect VMware vCenter Server and its database against hardware, OS, application and network downtime. Ensure seamless failover and failback of VMware vCenter Server. Provide reliable disaster recovery for VMware vCenter Server […]

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  • VMware vCenter & SQL : Best Practice This month I started on a new project and I noticed again a different approach from a colleague to the vCenter/SQL/Physical/Virtual issue. And of course there has been written a lot about this issue but I couldn’t find my exact view anywhere else so I thought I’d open […]

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  • December 2, 2008 - Sven Huisman

    VMware introduces View Composer: EMC not happy?

    Today VMware introduced a name change and a new product suite. VMware View and VMware vCenter <old product name>. A lot of bloggers already reported this news, so I won’t go into this a lot. Just pick on of the following to read all about it: John Troyer Eric Sloof Edwin Friessen Rich Brambley Duncan […]

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