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Delivering a Consistent QoS In a Virtualised Data Center- Part 2

Turbonomic
How Do I Benchmark My Effectiveness at Managing QoS and Can I Improve? As the provider of virtualised infrastructure, private cloud, or VDI, correlating the health of infrastructure to application performance is challenging. The sheer fact that the infrastructure you are providing is supporting hundreds or thousands of applications, all with their own performance instrumentation, […]

Delivering a Consistent QoS In a Virtualized Data Center- Part 1

Turbonomic
Using The Network as an Analogy To Describe The Opportunity Quality Of Service (QoS) Management is not a new concept. IT organisation have been leveraging QoS controls in networks for many years. It has resulted in the emergence of multi-billion dollar companies like Riverbed. QoS in the WAN has resulted in the ability to intelligently […]

New VMware KB articles published for week ending 29th October 2017

VMware
VMware ESXi Virtual machine panics with ‘Unexpected Signal’ error Date Published: 2017/10/23 PCI Passthrough does not work for Virtual Machine with Linux kernel 4.2 and above Date Published: 2017/10/23 VM randomly stuck sometimes and issues host based VSCSI reset Date Published: 2017/10/25 Virtual machine fails to power on with the error “msg.vmk.status.VMK_MEM_ADMIT_FAILED” Date Published: 2017/10/25 […]

Embotics Introduces Enhanced Cloud Governance and Cost Optimization Capabilities

WhatMatrix Community
Embotics vCommander has been updated to version 6.1 and it went straight into the top 3 of our CMP comparison after being evaluated by our CMP team.  vCommander leverages a set of multi-hypervisor virtualization and cloud management capabilities to allow organizations build and implement the framework, DevOps processes, automation, policies, and cloud governance that can result in […]

October Poll Results: Which tasks in your job would you like to be automated by AI?

Devolutions
Last month, we asked you: “Which tasks in your job would you like to be automated by AI?” It definitely seems that many of you are looking for the improvement of Artificial Intelligence to automate some of your assignments. The responses were very interesting! Here’s a recap of some of the ways that you want […]

Bringing a state-of-the-art IoT architecture online in Aachen

HP Enterprise
In Germany, a dynamic industrial partnership is bringing together researchers from one of Europe’s most renowned engineering institutes and advanced technologies from four of the world’s top IT and industrial vendors. The partnership, based at the eLAB at RWTH Aachen University, is building a generic IoT architecture that will become the basis for a turnkey […]

Has the perfect IT plan been around for 200 years?

Turbonomic
It’s that time of year again: Companies are beginning to close the books on 2017 and work on the 2018 IT Plan. As always, certain principles and goals will guide the IT plan, and IT leaders will look to past plans and leading practice for guidance and inspiration. Not me. When I think about the […]

Lakeside SysTrack 8.3: Ultimate IT Visibility

Lakeside Software
The evolution of IT has necessitated changes to the model for organizations looking to understand the state of their end users’ experiences. With that in mind, Lakeside has developed three new ways of gaining visibility into the IT environment that are available in our latest release, SysTrack 8.3. At Lakeside, we talk a lot about the […]

“Shockwave Flash has crashed” workaround for vSphere Web (Flash) Client

opvizor
One of our favorite blog authors William Lam has posted some interesting news regarding vShere Web Client. He did some experience regarding Google Crome. Here is his article, or simply scroll down for his latest blog. On Saturday, I started to notice that logins to the vSphere Web (Flex) Client stopped working with Google Chrome. Upon a successful […]

Detect and avoid VDI performance problems

Login VSI
Building an integrated testing scenario to detect and avoid VDI performance problems The company Login VSI sells a complete software solution to help digital workspace managers to optimize and safeguard the performance and availability of their virtual desktop production environments. Performance and availability are key dimensions of a good end-user experience and therefore very important […]

How Unified Monitoring Benefits Knowledge Management

eG Innovations
The purpose of knowledge management is to share ideas and experiences and to get the right information and knowledge to the right person at the right time. Rediscovering knowledge is a form of rework and sometimes runs rampant, especially as it relates to monitoring and event management since in many cases there are just too […]

Enabling shell access for Active Directory users via SSH to vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA)

opvizor
William Lam had a question the other day on whether it was possible to enable shell access for Active Directory users when logging into the vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) via SSH? As always William created a very useful article we wanted to share. Please find his post here or scroll down. Here is William’s solution: The […]

DXC Technology Adds Turbonomic as a Platform Automation Standard

Turbonomic
Turbonomic Playing Central Role in DXC’s Infrastructure Services Transformation Turbonomic today announced that it has entered into a multi-year agreement with DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC), the world’s leading independent, end-to-end IT services company, as an automation standard to help drive DXC’s infrastructure services transformation forward. The Turbonomic management platform is playing a central role in DXC’s modernized infrastructure […]

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