VMware Fault Tolerance: winning blog post

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Thanks to everyone who participated in the first cycle of our vSphere blogging contest. A great number of people decided to participate, and the amount of content — really useful content — that was produced was incredible. The more useful information about virtualization that gets published on the Internet, the more all of us in Read more...

Even more on Fault Tolerance from the blogs

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And the first cycle of our contest closes with these blog posts: Eric Siebert – Master's Guide to VMware Fault Tolerance. Eric provides a comprehensive look at FT, tools to check the compatibility of your hardware, tips & best practices, and a list of links to further resources and his previous articles on FT. This Read more...

More on Fault Tolerance from the Blogs

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[Updated with new entries below! -jmt] As this round of the contest goes forward, here are some of the posts we've seen on FT. Drop us a line at vmtn@vmware.com and we'll post a link to your blog. There's some great info in here! Eric Sloof – Fault Tolerance at your home lab After publishing Read more...

On the Size of ESXi

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In an earlier post, we explained how ESXi is just as fully-featured as classic ESX, and what it can do just depends upon what features are licensed in a given deployment.  Some people are surprised that this much functionality can be provided in such a small package.  Our colleague Eric Gray has posted a two-part Read more...

Kicking it off: VMware vSphere Blogging Contest

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Welcome to the new VMware vSphere Blog! This will be the central place to check for news, commentary, links to new resources, and other information about VMware vSphere. Feedback about what you'd like to see here is always welcome. Your host and editor will be Mike Adams. To kick off this shiny new blog, we Read more...