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Six reasons why snapshots can’t replace virtual machine backups

ManageEngine
What is a snapshot? A snapshot captures the active configuration, memory, and storage system of a virtual machine. Any change made to VMs after a snapshot is created is written on the snapshot while the actual VM hard disk remains unaltered. Although snapshots might look like an adequate method for VM backups, they have a few major drawbacks. This blog will explain […]

New VMware KB articles published for week ending 12th August 2017

VMware
VMware App Volumes AppVolumes and Multi Domains and Trusts Date Published: 2017/08/06 AppVolumes Assignment using Domain Local Groups and Multi-Domain Date Published: 2017/08/06 VMware ESXi ScratchConfig.CurrentScratchLocation is set to /scratch after upgrading to ESXi 6.x Date Published:2017/08/08 Error “Unexpected error checking compliance: module ‘string’ has no attribute ‘atoi’” during Host Profile compliance check Date Published:2017/08/09 […]

Fast Virtualized Hadoop And Spark On All-Flash Disks – VMware White Paper

VMware
Best Practices for Optimizing Virtualized Big Data Applications on VMware vSphere 6.5 Best practices are described for optimizing Big Data applications running on VMware vSphere®. Hardware, software, and vSphere configuration parameters are documented, as well as tuning parameters for the operating system, Hadoop, and Spark. The Hewlett Packard Enterprise ProLiant DL380 Gen9 servers used in […]

Like IT Data Centers Do You Take Trade Show Exhibit Infrastructure For Granted?

Greg Schulz
Do You Take Trade Show Exhibit Infrastructure For Granted? Think about this for a moment; do you assume that Information Technology (IT) and Cloud based data centers along with their associated Data Infrastructure supporting various applications will be accessible when needed. Likewise, when you go to a trade show, conference, symposium, user group or another […]

Deep Dive into Deep Learning with Apache MXNet on AWS – #AWS Summit Tel Aviv 2017 Video

Amazon Web Services
Deep learning continues to push the state of the art in domains such as computer vision, natural language understanding, and recommendation engines. One of the key reasons for this progress is the availability of highly flexible, and developer friendly deep learning frameworks. Apache MXNet is a fully-featured, flexible, and massively scalable open source deep learning […]

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 […]

NVMe Wont Replace Flash By Itself They Complement Each Other

Greg Schulz
Various Solid State Devices (SSD) including NVMe, SAS, SATA, USB, M.2 There has been some recent industry marketing buzz generated by a startup to get some attention by claiming via a study sponsored by including the startup that Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) Express (NVMe) will replace flash storage. Granted, many IT customers as well as vendors […]

Improving SQL Server Performance by 20X

DataCore
Hyperconverged infrastructure is often used for applications including VDI and lightly loaded remote sites. So how does an organization that is looking to improve the performance of a mission-critical application such as Microsoft SQL Server end up with hyperconverged infrastructure? At this year’s Flash Memory Summit 2017, I presented a session where attendees could learn […]

VMware vSphere delivers greater out-of-the-box VM density than Red Hat Virtualization

VMware
A third-party study shows that VMware® vSphere® 6.5 supports more virtual machines with out-of-the-box settings than Red Hat Virtualization 4.1. Higher density, lower CapEx The higher the VM density, the lower the per VM capital costs. This is a key advantage VMware vSphere provides to customers. Using advanced memory management VMware vSphere easily assigned more […]

Dell EMC Unity 4.2 Release

Dell
Dell EMC™ has just released a new Dell EMC Unity All-Flash portfolio: the 350F, 450F, 550F, and 650F. These new all-flash arrays are based on the latest Intel® Broadwell chip. Additionally, they are loaded up with twice the memory and up to 40 percent more processor cores than previous Dell EMC Unity models. What does […]

Built-in protection against USB security attacks with USBGuard

Red Hat
Most people don’t consider their average USB memory stick to be a security threat. In fact, in a social engineering experiment conducted in 2016 at the University of Illinois and detailed in this research paper, a group of researchers dropped 297 USB sticks outside in the parking lot, in the hallway, and classrooms. Of the […]

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

VMware
VMware ESXi Virtual Machines becomes unresponsive or hung when running on SEsparse virtual disk format Date Published: 2017/07/24 ESXi hosts are not responding as ql_ima.log fill up the /tmp directory Date Published: 2017/07/25 Intel i40e driver leading to PSOD containing “i40e_lan_xmit_frame” Date Published: 2017/07/25 PSOD occurs shortly after boot and reported against i40e driver version […]

NVIDIA External GPUs Bring New Creative Power to Millions of Artists and Designers

NVIDIA
Interactive Rendering, VR, AI Development Now Possible on PC Notebooks NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) today announced that 25 million artists and designers can now easily upgrade the capability of their notebooks to support new workflows such as video editing, interactive rendering, VR content creation, AI development and more. Creative professionals with underpowered graphics can now harness the […]

SoftNAS Introduces New Cloud Editions

SoftNAS
Today SoftNAS introduced new SoftNAS Cloud NAS products. The company claims that the new offerings will see improvements in read and write performance up to 400%. The new products include the Developer Edition, General Purpose Edition, High Performance Edition, and the Extreme Performance Edition. SoftNAS provides software-defined NAS and file systems for object storage solutions. […]

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