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Does a disk type matter for VDI infrastructures?

Wilco van Bragt
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Probably most people would say this is no brainer and actually it is. Of course the type of disks used for your VDI infrastructure matter for the user experience and performance of VDIs. In this article I will do a walk-through of a PoC where we have been required to investigate the impact of the […]

Review – Goliath Application Availability Monitor

IT Blog by Marius Sandbu
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One of the issues with a RDS/Citrix/Horizon enviroment is actually capturing how the experience feels like for an end-user and being able to detect and see how the end-user sees the logon process. Most monitoring tools today focus on the performance on the terminal servers looking at CPU/Memory and storage available or looking at services […]

VMware Workspace ONE – howto configure SSO for Amazon Web Services

VMware Workspace ONE is one of the markets most advanced portals. I’m working on some large implementations and I thought it might be handy to post things I ran into. VMware offers a good overview how to integrate several services with Workspace One. Find the link to the page right here – Reference guide – […]

Accessing Azure Advisor using REST API

IT Blog by Marius Sandbu
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One of the cool still faily new services in Azure is the Azure Advisor feature. Azure Advisor is a service which provides insight into your subscription based upon high-availability, cost, performance or security (which is using Azure Security Center) Using the UI (Portal) You can also download recommendations either using Excel or using PDF as […]

Protecting Hybrid vSphere Infrastructures from Public Clouds with Cohesity on AWS – Video

Protecting Hybrid vSphere Infrastructures from Public Clouds with Cohesity on AWS This video is via Rawlinson Rivera at Punching Clouds.

How to Lift-and-Shift on-premise VMware workloads to the Microsoft Azure Cloud with the new Azure Migrate Service

Christiaan Brinkhoff
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Lift-and-shift on-premise workloads to Microsoft Azure just made a lot easier with Azure Migrate Service, which Microsoft released in preview during Microsoft Ignite event back in September this year. Azure Migrate gives you the advice and confidence that your workloads could be migrated to Azure IaaS with minimal impact to the business! “One feature that […]

PowerShell One-Liner for Finding Users with a Home Drive Configured in Active Directory Users and Computers

Carl Webster
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On a recent project for my employer, Choice Solutions, I needed to generate a report of all users who had a Home Drive configured on the Profile tab in Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC). Something most IT Pros do not know is that if anything is configured on the Profile tab in ADUC (Figure […]

Datrium 4.0 – Welcome to The Cloud DVX! BaaS, CloudView and RBA

Datrium announcements are often characterized by technology improvements as an evolution of the shipping platform. However, we are on a journey to deliver the best practical solutions that bridge the operational gaps between on-premise and public clouds, moving organizations to a world where the underlying nuts and bolts are not relevant to achieving the best […]

A Few Security Basics for your Workspace

Security is a chess game, we on one side and the bad guys on the other. In my previous Workspace related article I discussed whether we should chase bad or ensure good. In this blog I’d like to get a bit deeper with the options we have to ensure good. Like I also mentioned in […]

To Cloud or not To Cloud?

Carl Webster
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It was truly amazing to see all the feedback and discussion after my latest blog post. So first of all, I would like to thank you for that. In case you missed it, you can read all about it here. Actually, the idea of a follow-up story was already born within hours after publication. So, […]

Protecting Hybrid vSphere Infrastructures from Public Clouds with Cohesity DataProtect CE on AWS

Just in time for AWS Re: Invent, there is currently a tremendous and undeniable buzz in the industry around hybrid infrastructures and the actual possibilities of enterprise organizations finally being able to adopt public clouds services and begin to transform and expand their infrastructures beyond their walls. The value of public clouds with hybrid infrastructure […]

Data Protection Diaries Fundamental Topics Tools Techniques Technologies Tips

Greg Schulz
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This is Part I of a multi-part series on Data Protection fundamental tools topics techniques terms technologies trends tradecraft tips as a follow-up to my Data Protection Diaries series, as well as a companion to my new book Software Defined Data Infrastructure Essentials – Cloud, Converged, Virtual Server Storage I/O Fundamental tradecraft (CRC Press 2017). […]

Microsoft Azure and VMware? Not so fast!

IT Blog by Marius Sandbu
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In August this year, VMware and Amazon announced that VMware Cloud on AWS was available! (Atleast from Oregon) Which essentially means VMware based infrastructure running on AWS hardware. And this was the highest attending session on VMworld this year, so the interest is quite huge! And the path to cloud for many buisnesses need to […]

HPE Announces AMD Powered Gen 10 ProLiant DL385 For Software Defined Workloads

Greg Schulz
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HPE Announced today a new AMD EPYC 7000 Powered Gen 10 ProLiant DL385 for Software Defined Workloads including server virtualization, software-defined data center (SDDC), software-defined data infrastructure (SDDI), software-defined storage among others. These new servers are part of a broader Gen10 HPE portfolio of ProLiant DL systems. 24 Small Form Factor Drive front view DL385 […]

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