VMworld 2016 U.S. – vExpert Sessions

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.entry-content td {border:0px!important;} hr {margin:5px 0px 5px 0px;} .entry-content ul {margin:0px 0px 5px 0px;} vExpert: Dennis Bray Twitter: @dennisbray Blog: vminstructor.com Sessions(s): Automating Networking and Security Operations with NSX Customer Panel [NET8734] vExpert: Mike Brown Twitter: @vMikeBrown Blog: vcdx71.com Sessions(s): Software-Defined Networking in VMware Validated Designs [SDDC7587] VMware Validated Design for SDDC 2.0: A Technical Read more...

New community for vCenter Operations launched

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 Last night, vCenter Operations has gone GA, and at the same time we have launched a new community for it. Come check out VMware vCenter Operations community to learn about the product, watch a video tutorial given by Kit Colbert, or ask a question in the community forum. VMware vCenter Operations helps you to proactively ensure service Read more...

VMware sets web performance record with building blocks for multicores

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Today's guest post is from VMware performance guru Scott Drummonds. Scott blogs over at communities (Virtual Performance blog) and the VMware Communities Performance section. Scott's talking about our latest feat of showing how virtual can be better than physical,  VMware Infrastructure Sets World Record for Web Server Performance Building Block Architecture for Superior Performance If Read more...

Virtualizing XenApp on XenServer 5.0 and ESX 3.5

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New performance results are out that show ESX supports more XenApp users with lower CPU usage than XenServer. Click through for the whole thing, including the details of the user-centric workload. For perormance testing of desktop or terminal services virtualization, simulating the workload is very important. It can be tricky, and if you don't simulate Read more...

IDF@Intel · Virtualization performance testing tips

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More from this week at the Intel Developer Forum. Link: IDF@Intel · Virtualization performance testing tips. Their list of "common sources of errors and anomolies" is worth a paper of its own, as you can tell it comes from long experience, but for this blog post let me just hit the headers of their slides Read more...