VMotioning your Service Console?! » Yellow Bricks

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Re our post yesterday on ESXi, Duncan dives deeper into one of the tools that VMware is creating so that you don’t have to pop the hood — VMware Infrastructure Management Assistant (VIMA). Link: VMotioning your Service Console?! » Yellow Bricks. Some of you might have looked into VIMA already. Those of you that didn’t Read more...

Keep your VMware ESXi warranty: Don’t break the security shell

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ESXi is not your father’s ESX. There is no Service Console, so trying to fit it into the exact same processes that you’re used to with ESX isn’t recommended. I know, I know, you have all those scripts you’re used to running in the console. VMware is building tools to manage and administer your ESXi Read more...

Blogs to watch out for: the VMguy

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Blogs are a great way learning more about virtualization, getting the best technical tips, and keeping up with the news. (See my last post on Virtualization Alltop.)  One of the nice developments of this year is that we’re seeing more VMware employees blogging. One of our newest blogs is from Dave Lawrence, a VMware senior Read more...

Another sip from the virtualization firehose

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You should already be aware of Planet VMware and Planet V12n for all your virtualization blog needs — technical tips, industry news, commentary. But now there’s a new way to scan the best virtualization blogs — virtualization.alltop.com. The Planets present a "river of news" linear reverse chronological aggregation, which is a great way for getting Read more...

SRM, it’s just too easy » Yellow Bricks

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Duncan over at Yellow Bricks has some words of wisdom for your BCDR project. SRM, it’s just too easy » Yellow Bricks. There a whole bunch of SRM projects going on globally where VMware PSO, the department I work for, is assisting. These projects typically have a duration of 3 to 9 months, while it Read more...