Guest post: How prepared am I for ESXi?

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This is a guest post by Brian Atkinson. Almost 1 year ago, when VMware vSphere 4.1 was released, VMware announced that vSphere 4.1 would be the last release to support both the ESX and ESXi hypervisor architectures. So with a year in the books and another vSphere release lurking somewhere in the future, now might Read more...

A week in virtualization

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Big news first. A new version of the vSphere client for iPad has been released and is now available in the Apple App Store. You can find a link to the announcement, and all the details of the release if you go to facebook.com/vmwaremobile Hyperic has now released a new plugin, which allows you to Read more...

Top 5 Planet V12N blog posts for week 25

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You guys are making it difficult for me again, this week there were a lot of great posts from the community and it was hard to pick just 5 posts. Andy Grant – Some Answers About Queues: LUN and HBA Queue Depth on ESX(i) Hosts – his article is in response to the post More Read more...

A week in virtualization

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Yesterday, the VMware Service Manager 9 has released. This solution enables IT organizations to deliver service excellence in this dynamic new environment with predictive problem resolution, real-time collaborative Knowledge Management, easy-to-use workflows, seamless integration with existing infrastructure and a powerful federated CMDB. To learn more and to download, visit vmware.com/go/download_sm On Facebook, the vCloud team Read more...

Help improve VMware online experience

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Do you find yourself saying, “This could have been better!” when using VMware.com?  If so here’s your chance to help make our web site better! VMware is currently redesigning various areas of the online self-management tools, including downloading binaries, managing licenses, getting support, and managing users/permission in your organization.  The team would love for you Read more...