Tag / vSphere

  • Today I installed the VMware View Desktops Plug-in on the vSphere Web Client. This plugin is a Technical Preview included with Horizon View 5.2. After installing this plugin you can use the vSphere Web Client to search for a View Desktop user and the Web Client will show the virtual desktop(s) that the user is […]

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  • September 20, 2012 - Sven Huisman

    VMware View upgrade path – not so easy…

    A customer is using VMware View 4.5 on ESX 4.1 and wants to upgrade to View 5.1.1 with ESX 5.0 U1. If you take a look at the following interoperability matrix, the upgrade path is not so easy: The first step is to upgrade the View components to View 4.6.1. the next step is to […]

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  • April 12, 2011 - Matthijs Haverink

    Disappearing Virtual NIC & VMX has left the building

    I know I’m not the first who noticed it, since this message is to be found in log files for years with ESX, but I still wanted to share this one: Especially when you’re seriously troubleshooting an issue and this message appears, it’s a good laugh. Kudos to the VMware programmer with humour :). Back […]

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  • September 29, 2010 - Sven Huisman

    Project VRC: phase 3 – a must read!

    Finally we’ve completed phase 3 of Project VRC. For the past months we’ve worked very hard and performed a lot of tests to compare VDI workloads and the results are very interesting, to say the least. If you’re interested in VDI, Windows 7 (on vSphere) and IOPS you really should read this whitepaper! This whitepaper […]

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  • VMware released vSphere 4.1 with a couple of new features like “Memory compression”, “Storage I/O Control” and much more. I’m not going to repeat all the information, because you can already read it here: Gabesvirtualworld Jase’s Place vSphere-Land VMware One thing that I don’t read is that vMotion is now part of vSphere Standard edition. […]

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