By Duncan Epping, Principal Architect.
This week of course is all about VMworld and the schedule builder going live. The Technical Marketing team is also going to be at VMworld, and we are well represented. I wrote this article (http://bit.ly/M8Keuu) which lists all the team members and their sessions, it goes without saying that all of these are highly recommended. We are all very much looking forward to meeting you at VMworld. For now, here is the new weekly TM-Update, I hope you will enjoy it again.
- Clearing up a misunderstanding around CPU throttling with vMotion (Duncan Epping) http://bit.ly/Mt5iQN
- Why is %WAIT so high in esxtop? (Duncan Epping) http://bit.ly/SEwGKO
- Running SRM Server Commands With Specific Credentials (Ken Werneburg) http://bit.ly/OeOI53
- Using FT in a stretched cluster environment (Duncan Epping) http://bit.ly/M8tFyJ
- ESXi host connected to multiple storage array – is it supported? (Cormac Hogan) http://bit.ly/Oa4MUc
- Going to VMworld? Meet the Technical Marketing Team! (Duncan Epping) http://bit.ly/M8Keuu
- Clarification on The Auto Start Issues in vSphere 5.0 Update 1 (Kyle Gleed) http://bit.ly/OLS2Bh
- Removing the vCloud Director agent (Duncan Epping) http://bit.ly/NzURtf
- CloudPhysics, not so much stealth mode start-up anymore (Duncan Epping) http://bit.ly/LZ9Tuf
- Automatically Securing Virtual Machines Using a vCenter Alarm (William Lam) http://bit.ly/OQXDKf