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VMware: Virtual Machine with more than 64GB memory fails to Storage vMotion to vSAN cluster

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An issue has been identified when trying to Storage vMotion a VM with a swap file larger than 64GB to the vSAN datastore.This occurs as the swap file cannot be created on the vSAN datastore, as the size of the file exceeds the default limit for storage vMotion operations. In the UI it can be […]

Gartner: Serverless, Servers and Cloud Management at AWS re:Invent 2017

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In the last few days, the press has been dominated by countless interpretations of the myriad of AWS re:Invent announcements. Every article I read was trying (hard) to extract some kind of trend or direction from the overall conference. However, it was simply succeeding in providing a single and narrow perspective. AWS have simply tried […]

New VMware KB articles published for week ending 3rd December 2017

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VMware NSX for vSphere Upgrading from NSX-v 6.2.0, 6.2.1 and 6.2.2 to NSX-v 6.3.5 fails Date Published: 2017/11/27 Performance issues when third party file filter drivers co-exist with Guest Introspection drivers Date Published: 2017/11/30 VMware ESXi Permission for Domain Group removed when Active Directory is not reachable Date Published: 2017/11/29 Virtual machines might be migrated […]

VMware Introduces Major Update for Integrated Hybrid Cloud Platform

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VMware Cloud Foundation 2.3 Speeds Time to Deploy Hybrid Cloud by Adding Full Set of Cloud Management Capabilities Platform Now Automates Deployment and Configuration of VMware vRealize Automation, vRealize Operations and vRealize Log Insight for Consistent Operations Across Clouds New Heterogeneous Server Support to Offer Customers Increased Hardware Flexibility VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW) today unveiled VMware Cloud Foundation™ 2.3, which will […]

Amazon ECS Support for Windows Server Containers is Generally Available

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Previously, Windows containers were supported by Amazon ECS as a public beta. Now, Amazon ECS provides an ECS-Optimized Windows Server Amazon Machine Image (AMI), which is based on the EC2 Windows Server 2016 AMI and includes Docker 17.06 Enterprise Edition and the ECS Agent 1.16. This AMI provides improved instance and container launch time performance. […]

The Power of ScaleIO – Forrester Total Economy Impact Study

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Save $88.2M in costs – Check. 140,000 hours of developer productivity saved – Check. 20 million+ IOPS – Check. 5X improvement in deployment time – Check. Data migration – Every 25 Years…Check! Dell EMC commissioned Forrester to interview a large, global financial institution – a long standing Dell EMC ScaleIO customer – to create a […]

Best Way to Backup Hyper-V Virtual Machines Checklist

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Microsoft has made tremendous strides getting Hyper-V adopted by enterprise datacenters. Since its early days, Hyper-V has greatly matured into a fully-featured and robust hypervisor that is gaining much trust in the industry. They certainly had some ground to make up, given popularity of major competitors such as VMware, who have remained a dominant force […]

VMware and AWS Expand Capabilities and Availability of VMware Cloud on AWS

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VMware Cloud(TM) on AWS now available in U.S. East region Expanded VMware Cloud on AWS capabilities, including VMware Site Recovery and VMware vMotion, help customers move, run, and protect production workloads at scale At AWS re:Invent 2017, VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW), and Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com company (NASDAQ: AMZN), announced VMware Cloud™ on AWS is expanding availability from the U.S. […]

Shifting Legacy WebLogic Apps to Docker Enterprise Edition for Improved Operations

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Founded in 1792, Alm. Brand is a Danish insurance and banking company headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark and one of the oldest companies to have ever presented at any DockerCon. Sune Keller, an IT architect, and Loke Johannessen, Systems Specialist, rode their bikes to DockerCon Europe 2017 to demonstrate how they helped lift and shift their […]

VMware Delivers Multi-Cloud Container Management With Confidence

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As containers become increasingly popular with businesses, there’s a kind of sinking dread that accompanies all that promise. How do you deploy them efficiently across the entire enterprise? How do you keep the applications secure? Heavy questions require heavy hitters, which is why VMware has taken on some major partners in its latest initiative. Developed […]

Sharing is Caring: Docker Enterprise Edition Access Control

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Multi-tenancy has many benefits in organizations. Clearly it increases hardware utilization but it also allows IT roles to specialize more, and provides better separation of concerns. This leads to more manageable infrastructure. Multi-tenancy is a challenging practice though, as it requires strict security control over resources without becoming too cumbersome for application deployment. This blog post […]

New VMware KB articles published for week ending 19th November 2017

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VMware ESXi HPE SimpliVity Stretched Cluster Technical Overview 2017/11/14 Veritas InfoScale Enterprise 7.x in guest storage, high availability, and disaster recovery support (Partner Verified and Supported) 2017/11/15 VMware vCenter Server End of General Support for vSphere 5.5 2017/11/16 VMware SDDC Manager Bringup or Workload Domain operations fail in VMware Cloud Foundation 2.2 on backup or […]

VMware: New architectures challenge traditional views of data locality

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There’s been a fair amount of digital ink spilled lately over the topic of “data locality”. If you missed the discussion, you can read a detailed analysis by DeepStorage.net in their published report. But to save you some time, here’s the quick recap: Data Locality (DL) in the context of Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) refers to […]

Microsoft SQL Server 2017 Read-Scale Availability Groups

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SQL Server 2017 was recently launched, having multiple new features. One of these included something called “Read-Scale Availability Groups”. There was a good bit of discussion about this feature and one of the feedback items was that the details in Docs was very light. I hope to rectify the minimal amount of information through this […]

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