Tag / vSphere

  • December 14, 2009 - Johan

    Large locally attached storage

    We all know that ESX supports LUNs / Disks up to 2TB (minus a few kb) but what happens when a larger locally attached disk is connected to a host? This is what  I have noticed when I tried to create a large volume on my own ESX white box with more than 2TB locally […]

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  • November 16, 2009 - Matthijs Haverink

    Citrix XenDesktop 4 released and available for download

    The moment is here, XenDesktop 4 is available! Much awaited and true to their promise Citrix has just officially made XenDesktop 4 available for download on the download page of MyCitrix.com : http://www.citrix.com/English/ss/downloads/results.asp?productID=163057 (you need to be registered and login).

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  • VMware is organizing an online virtualization event on November 10th and 11th: VMware virtual events are highly interactive events conducted online using only a web browser. They include all of the areas that you may find at a physical event, including an exhibit hall, auditorium, resource center and networking lounge. This event should especially be […]

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  • October 29, 2009 - Sven Huisman

    Bookreview: VMware VI and vSphere SDK

    The VMware Infrastructure Software Development Kit (VI SDK) includes application programming interfaces (APIs) that allow developers and administrators to reduce the time and effort required to run and manage VMware platforms. The author of the book VMware VI and vSphere SDK  is Steve Jin, a senior member of technical staff at VMware, wrote this book […]

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  • Edit: I started this blogpost more than a week ago, but I never finished it. Just as I wanted to complete the blogpost, I found out VMware released a new whitepaper about VMware vSphere Memory management. I’ve added the best practices on the bottom of this blogpost. This hour and a half session about “Host” and […]

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