VMware have just announced the 10 highest rated sessions that will be repeated this afternoon (Thursday). Here’s the list in order:
#1 – TA01 – Managing VMware With PowerShell
#2 – DV02 – VDI versus Terminal Services
#3 – AP02 – Best Practices for Deploying Sharepoint/MOSS 2007 on VMware Infrastructure
#4 – AP11 – Performance Best Practices
#5 – DC21 [...]
IBM have quietly and I mean quietly announced the release of the new Mid-Enterprise storage range, the XIV storage range has had two press releases here and here.
This is one of the most low key announcements I have ever seen from any vendor about something so important to their hardware product line.
If you want some [...]
Blocks & Files, an excellent storage related blog, has started a multi-part blog post about IBMs forthcoming storage range – XIV.
I implement IBM storage on a fairly regular basis and have mostly excellent experiences, but some of the ranges are either getting long in the tooth, or are just not as feature rich as they [...]
A number of customers have mentioned over the years that surely IBM & HP must be worried about virtualisation impinging on overall hardware sales. I always said that the kinds of servers that people buy for virtualisation are usually significantly more expensive than the customers would previously have purchased. This means that the volume might [...]
IBM’s SVC has been around for a good few years now and it is by all accounts quite popular. It does a great job of aggregating lots of disparate storage (IBM and Non-IBM) and presenting through a more scalable and manageable interface.
Well SVC has had a make-over with the release of 4.3 and some [...]
I work with IBM kit a lot and have always found the IBM Redbooks incredibly useful.
You can find a multitude of useful documents over at the home of Redbooks on all kinds of topics.