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    Understanding Best Practices for Virtualizing Oracle

    One of the key benefits of virtualization is the ability to achieve a high consolidation ratio, thereby getting higher utilization of the hardware. This is especially true of the CPUs, since software licenses are usually tied to the number of CPUs in the hardware. During times of heavy utilization, the environment needs to be configured [...]
    Blog Name: dbaexpert Author: ckim
    Published on 2018-01-19 | Time 21:46:51
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    Q&A with DreamWorks Animation

    At Discover Madrid, our guest bloggers had a unique opportunity to hear from DreamWorks Animation and learn how they leverage technology in their digital manufacturing process. This post has a video and podcast of that Q&A. 
    Blog Name: Around the Storage Block Author: HPEStorageGuy
    Published on 2018-01-19 | Time 21:43:54
  • Q&A with DreamWorks Animation

    At Discover Madrid, our guest bloggers had a unique opportunity to hear from DreamWorks Animation and learn how they leverage technology in their digital manufacturing process. This post has a video and podcast of that Q&A. 
    Blog Name: Around the Storage Block Author: HPEStorageGuy
    Published on 2018-01-19 | Time 21:43:54
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    How to create a GRE tunnel on NSX 6.4

    Hi Folks, Here is the video where I show in step by step how to create a GRE tunnel on the new NSX Edge 6.4   POST Processes: https://nsx.sdlab.ibm.com/api/4.0/edges/edge-{id}/tunnels Exemple: 192.168.200.50 192.168.100.11 greTunn Gre Tunnel GRE true 1476 Read More The post How to create a GRE tunnel on NSX 6.4 appeared first on Tarsio Moraes.
    Blog Name: Tarsio Moraes Author: Tarsio Moraes
    Published on 2018-01-19 | Time 20:57:06
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    VMware: NSX: Using PowerCLI/PowerNSX to view DFW rules in a table format.

    Out-GridView ExampleSummary:This was kind of a fun exercise and helpful considering the NSX plugin kinda blows, in flash client at least.  Have yet to take a look at HTML5 one that was just released.  Was asked if we could output currently configured DFW rules.  Below you will find what I slapped together.  If it's useful to you too, great.  Also, please feel free give me feedback.It will basically give you the following:Rule Number This is kind of a guess in that it assumes that rules wil[...]
    Blog Name: Zsoldier’s Tech Blog Author: Chris Nakagaki
    Published on 2018-01-19 | Time 20:20:00
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    Zerto Replication – Create Virtual Protection Group

    For the final chapter of our Zerto Replication install series, we will create a Virtual Protection Group (VPG) and start replicating virtual machines. As a recap, we have already installed the ZVM, paired the protected and recovery sites, and deployed VRAs. What is a Virtual Protection Group? Virtual Protection Groups essentially enable virtual machines to [...] The post Zerto Replication – Create Virtual Protection Group appeared first on VirtuBytes.
    Blog Name: VirtuBytes Author: virtuadmin
    Published on 2018-01-19 | Time 19:50:20
  • New Synology DS1817+ NAS & ISP Switch

    At the end of 2017 nearly all my NAS servers were close to reaching full capacity. I had already pre-decided on getting a Synology DS1817+ but it was just a matter of when. I wanted something that was more than five bays and would be upgradable to 10G networking in the future. The DS1817+ seemed
    Blog Name: vSkilled.com Author: Karl Nyen
    Published on 2018-01-19 | Time 19:19:37
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    Serverless Architectures and VMware Dispatch Framework (BAW3)

    Now I am by no way an expert with Serverless Architectures, but I saw an announcement from VMware the other day about VMware releasing the Dispatch Framework, and I thought that I would investigate a little further. Having utilised servers as the main part of my career to date, the idea of a ‘Serverless’ environment seems a little strange.  Here [...]
    Blog Name: VirtualWorldUK Author: Dinger
    Published on 2018-01-19 | Time 18:49:30
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    vSpeaking Podcast Episode 67: Resource Management

    Do you design your cluster with memory overcommitment in mind? The benefit of DRS goes way beyond managing overcommitment of resources. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we bring in author of the Host Resources Deep Dive Frank Denneman to explain some of the changes in vSphere 6.5 as it pertains to resource management. The post vSpeaking Podcast Episode 67: Resource Management appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Pete Flecha
    Published on 2018-01-19 | Time 18:40:15
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    vSpeaking Podcast Episode 67: Resource Management

    Do you design your cluster with memory overcommitment in mind? The benefit of DRS goes way beyond managing overcommitment of resources. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we bring in author of the Host Resources Deep Dive Frank Denneman to explain some of the changes in vSphere 6.5 as it pertains to resource management. The post vSpeaking Podcast Episode 67: Resource Management appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Pete Flecha
    Published on 2018-01-19 | Time 18:40:15
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    MCS Service Crashes Due To Locked User Account

    This is issue is only seen in an upgraded 6.1.5 instance, where the MCS service constantly crashes with a locked user account. In some cases, the MCS might be running, but none of the mccli commands run and in few cases the backup scheduler service would not start.If you try to start MCS from the admin mode using mcserver.sh --start --verbose, it starts successfully but crashes immediately.If you run the below command:# grep locked /usr/local/avamar/var/mc/server_log/mcserver.log.0You will notic[...]
    Blog Name: virtuallyPeculiar Author: suhas savkoor
    Published on 2018-01-19 | Time 18:33:00
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    MCS Service Crashes Due To Locked User Account

    This is issue is only seen in an upgraded 6.1.5 instance, where the MCS service constantly crashes with a locked user account. In some cases, the MCS might be running, but none of the mccli commands run and in few cases the backup scheduler service would not start.If you try to start MCS from the admin mode using mcserver.sh --start --verbose, it starts successfully but crashes immediately.If you run the below command:# grep locked /usr/local/avamar/var/mc/server_log/mcserver.log.0You will notic[...]
    Blog Name: virtuallyPeculiar Author: suhas savkoor
    Published on 2018-01-19 | Time 18:33:00
  • Episode 67: Resource Management

    Do you design your cluster with memory overcommitment in mind? The benefit of DRS goes way beyond managing overcommitment of resources. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we bring in co-author of the Host Resources Deep Dive Frank Denneman to explain some of the changes in vSphere 6.5 as it pertains to resource management. Links Mentioned vSphere 6.5 DRS and memory balancing in non-overcommitted clusters. vSphere 6.5 Update 1d VMware Cloud on AWS Host Resources Deep Dive Free eBook[...]
    Blog Name: Virtually Speaking Author: Virtually Speaking Podcast
    Published on 2018-01-19 | Time 18:10:00
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    The Wish List for Nutanix Centric Enterprise backups?

    I was asked today what I would look for for in a solution that was Nutanix focused for backup. Just quickly spit balling I came up with the following list: Backup vendor must use ABS to eliminate the needs for multiple proxies or solve this using a similar method. Backup vendor must support or show…Read More
    Blog Name: IT Blood Pressure Author: dlessner
    Published on 2018-01-19 | Time 17:47:37
  • The Wish List for Nutanix Centric Enterprise backups?

    I was asked today what I would look for for in a solution that was Nutanix focused for backup. Just quickly spit balling I came up with the following list: Backup vendor must use ABS to eliminate the needs for multiple proxies or solve this using a similar method. Backup vendor must support or show…Read More
    Blog Name: IT Blood Pressure Author: dlessner
    Published on 2018-01-19 | Time 17:47:37