I am actually completely staggered and blown away that I have been awarded the VMware vExpert award.
You may have noticed that my blog rate dropped a lot and I put that down to having 2 lovely children in 2 years and moving jobs in that time as well.
I have promised myself that I will up [...]
I’m proud to announce that I work in the team that has just been announced as VMware Partner of the Year for 2009.
It has taken a lot of hard work to get to this point in the 9 months I have worked with the team, but it has all been worth it.
Well done to all [...]
NetApp have finally released the latest and greatest version of their SnapManager for VI product.
An essential addition to any infrastructure running both VMware & NetApp it allows guaranteed crash consistent versions of Virtual Machines to be replicated to secondary sights.
New functionality and enhancements include:
Singe file restore (SFR)
A single wizard for creating manual and scheduled backup [...]
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 [...]
You can now view the full keynote of Dr. Stephen Herrod on the VMworld website here.
Some excellent stuff, particularly the demos from Bruce & jerry Chen.
The key focus here was the future of VMware virtualisation, Dr. Herrod went on to point out that this area is particular exciting at VMworld Europe as so much of the development is being done in the VMware EMEA sites
Stephen outlined that in the upcoming version of VMware – vSphere – a single VM has [...]