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vFabric Suite 5.2 Released

vFabric Suite 5.2 has been released and is now available for VMware customers to download and deploy. Considered a minor release, this update fulfills VMware’s desire to update the 13 different application components that comprise the suite every six months.  The improvements across the products for this version focus on improving standardization and consistency across products, an important maintenance effort as several of the products are relatively new to the vFabric product portfolio. Customers will universally benefit from standardization across products on five fronts:

  1. Platform Support
  2. Accessibility certification
  3. Globalization
  4. Packaging/RPMs
  5. Security Audits

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PostgreSQL contributor Heikki Linnakangas joins VMware vFabric Team

In this short Q&A, we get the perspective of Heikki Linnakangas who’s just joined VMware after being a senior software architect and contributing to PostgreSQL for six years.

1. You’ve been involved with PostgreSQL for a while, could you give us a bit about your background and how you’ve been involved?
It all started in 2003, when my second child was born. I was at home with the baby for a month or two, and thought it would be fun to take a look at how a DBMS works under the covers. I have done programming as a hobby since I was a kid, but had not had a chance to do much outside a work environment for some time. Continue reading

7 Reasons why you should use APM

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VMware is looking for customers
interested in the beta program for the next release of vFabric Application Performance Management (APM).

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If you are a professional application developer or systems administrator, you probably already have your “IT toolbelt” of applications, scripts and utilities you use to keep your applications running. You are probably also strapped for time and resources since the challenge of doing more with less seems to grow
exponentially every year (whose working on that 48 hour day for us anyway?). So, why would you consider a relatively new tool to help manage your applications?  

Well, if your applications are virtualized or running in the cloud, if you need to be able to respond better for performance issues, you might want to read a few more reasons on why you should give vFabric Application Performance Manager (APM) a try:

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vFabric Usage and vFabric License Server

One change in vFabric Suite 5.1 is that the EULA now requires people to check their usage every 90 days. This is listed www.vfabric.co/eula – further below, there is an explanation on the simple way to get a report on this information:

At least once every ninety (90) days during the License Term (the ” Reporting Period”), You shall calculate, using all tools reasonably available to you, the average number of Virtual Machines in which You have run the Software during such Reporting Period (” Average Use”). If during any Reporting Period Your Average Use exceeds the number of licenses for which You have paid the applicable license fees, You shall: (i) report the excess use to VMware, within thirty (30) days of making the calculation, by providing written notice to vfabric@vmware.com; and (ii) pay to VMware, within thirty (30) days of the date of VMware’s invoice, the license fees due for such additional licenses. The day following an Average Use calculation shall begin a new Reporting Period.

The vFabric License Server makes it easy to get a quick view of license and product usage over time. The simplest way to find overall usage is to visit the web report interface. Simply enter the URL in a browser: https://host:8443/vfabric-license-server/report/create where host is the address of the computer in which you installed the vFabric License Server. You’ll see this page in your browser:

VMware-License-Server-Reporting-Entry

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