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Datrium 3.0 Features Overview (Beyond Marketing) – Part 2

Last month Datrium announced the first part of the DVX 3.0 payload and I blogged here; and today we are announcing the second part. In the first announcement, Datrium took us where no HCI vendor has been before, offering not only a multi-hypervisor platform (VMware vSphere, RedHat Virtualization and Open-source KVM on CentOS hosts), but […]

Citrix: Estimate the Size of XenApp & XenDesktop Monitoring Database

Citrix Systems
With each successive release of Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop, monitoring and Analytics gets stronger and adds more information. Citrix Director — the monitoring and troubleshooting solution for XenApp and XenDesktop — has introduced new monitoring capabilities, like CPU usage, memory usage, process usage, IOPS, proactive notification, and alerts that include historical data upto one year (for platinum editions) with 7.11 or […]

Google Cloud: Announcing price cuts on Local SSDs for on-demand and preemptible instances

Google Cloud
Starting today, you’ll pay up to 63% less for Local solid-state disks (SSDs) attached to on-demand Google Compute Engine virtual machines. That’s $0.080 per GB per month in most US regions. We’re also introducing even lower prices for Local SSDs used with Preemptible VM instances: up to 71% cheaper than before. That’s $0.064 per GB […]

VMware vSAN Performance Diagnostics

VMware
I am excited to announce that launch of vSAN Performance diagnostics. This feature will enable faster performance troubleshooting and when burning in a cluster with performance tests to understand how you can increase the IOPS or lower the storage latency and what is your bottleneck within the host.Performance diagnostics analyzes previously executed benchmarks. It detects […]

New VMware KB articles published for week ending 22nd July 2017

VMware
VMware ESXi Guest Authentication Service is missing in open-vm -tools package 2:10.1.5-5055683-1ubuntu1 for Ubuntu 17.04 Date Published:2017/07/18 Enabling IOPS limit for one VM causes latencies on other VMs running on the same host and datastore (NFS datastore) Date Published:2017/07/18 Network becomes unavailable with ntg3 driver on ESXi 6.5 Date Published:2017/07/19 Recommendation for Driver/Firmware Date Published:2017/07/19 […]

Looking for the silver bullet that’s not there? My (and Datrium) response to the Data Locality debacle

Recently there’s been an exchange between industry luminaries on data reduction, data locality, and data protection. Howard Marks wrote a thoughtful piece <here> that expands on VSAN’s approach to data locality. Josh Odgers, the brilliant blogger now at Nutanix, responded with some notes <here> that in my opinion struggled to close the issue. They both […]

Microsoft Azure Site Recovery now supports large disk sizes in Azure

Microsoft
Following the recent general availability of large disk sizes in Azure, we are excited to announce that Azure Site Recovery (ASR) now supports the disaster recovery and migration of on-premises virtual machines and physical servers with disk sizes of up to 4095 GB to Azure. Many on-premises virtual machines that are part of the Database […]

JULABO Replicates Critical Data Center Infrastructure between the USA and Europe using DataCore Software-Defined Storage

DataCore
DataCore Reduced Storage-Related Costs by 50% While Improving Performance by 500%; Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery for VMware using Riverbed WAN Optimization DataCore Software today announced that SANsymphony™ was chosen by JULABO GmbH as the software-defined storage platform best suited to support its flexible virtual infrastructure. JULABO, a Germany-based worldwide provider of high-quality temperature control […]

Citrix Director Now Provides Disk Usage Information!

Citrix Systems
Citrix Director has been providing Resource Utilization data. Now with Citrix Director 7.14, we provide Disk Usage information, as well! You can now monitor the real-time and historical monitoring of I/O operations per second and Disk Latency Usages of Server and Desktop OS VDAs. This feature requires Delivery Controller(s) and VDA version 7.14 or later. […]

What’s New with Citrix Profile Management 5.8!

Citrix Systems
Citrix Profile Management continues to simplify management effort and reduce your IT cost. Citrix Profile Management focuses on helping our customer migrate to Windows 10 and Windows server 2016. We continue to deliver quality improvements in Citrix Profile Management 5.8, with the complete list available here. In addition to this, we also provide support for […]

Microsoft Announces the Preview of Azure’s Largest Disk Sizes

Microsoft
At Build Conference, we announced the addition of new Azure Disks sizes – which provide up to 4TB of disk space. These new sizes allow you to perform up to 250 MBps of storage throughput and 7,500 IOPS. The details of the announcement are captured in the Build session here. We introduced two new disk […]

Liquidware Stratusphere UX 5.8.6 with NVIDIA GRID vGPU Monitoring

Liquidware
New virtual GPU visibility and enhanced dashboards are among the new features in this release. Liquidware Labs, a leader in desktop transformation solutions, today announced the general availability of Stratusphere UX 5.8.6 with a number of new features, including new virtual GPU (vGPU) metrics as well as dashboard enhancements, greater security and more. The company […]

Cisco MDS and Dell EMC set new standards for enterprise storage performance

Cisco
An undeniable trend in the storage industry is what one might refer to as the democratization of all-flash storage as the technology becomes more economical and, therefore, more relevant for most use cases. Indeed, flash storage remains critical for Tier 0/Tier 1 applications such as enterprise databases, and its growing popularity to support broader sets […]

Dell EMC VMAX 950F: Raises Bar for High-End All Flash Storage

Dell
Today, Dell EMC expanded its with the new VMAX 950F All Flash storage array as well as new release of HYPERMAX software. VMAX 950F is the latest Dell EMC premier enterprise storage offering, which has set the industry’s benchmark for enterprise storage arrays for decades. A brief look at the numbers reveals just how far […]

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