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Opvizor’s Performance Analyzer 3 is certified DataCore Ready

Opvizor Inc. today announced that its Performance Analyzer 3 is certified DataCore Ready for SANsymphony, from the Software-Defined Storage Platform from DataCore Software, making them beneficial for organizations to maximize the availability and utilization of IT assets and to simplify data storage management. “It is a great pleasure to announce the DataCore Ready Solution certification for our Performance […]

Microsoft StorSimple Virtual Array – ROBO Scenario

StorSimple solutions have been addressing some of the biggest problems faced by IT organizations – double digit data growth, storage capacity, and the data protection complexities that come with it. StorSimple 8000 series solution has addressed this problem in datacenters by storing the most used data on-premises physical array and tiering cold unused data automatically […]

Opvizor Performance Analyzer: Part 4 – Performance in real time for Microsoft Hyper-V

“In Windows management, best practices are guidelines that are considered the ideal way, under normal circumstances, to configure a server as defined by experts. Best practice violations, even critical ones, might not necessarily cause problems. But, they can indicate server configurations that can result in poor performance, poor reliability, unexpected conflicts, increased security risks, or other potential […]

Citrix XenDesktop 7.11 Released! and testing with N-series in Azure using DDA

IT Blog by Marius Sandbu
So last night, Citrix released XenDesktop 7.11 which now already supports Windows Server 2016! Which is now availble here –> But that not all! it has alot of new capabilities as well! XenDesktop 7.11: Support for Hyper-V DDA Support for Azure Resource Manager deployments (Which I have blogged about here –> When using Machine […]

Feeling the Undercurrents at VMWorld 2016: Incumbent Vendors, VCs and the Future of the Public Cloud

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Like many others in this field, every year for the last 10 years, I have had to recluse myself from the last full week of the summer to attend VMWorld. Despite untold days of lost beach time, it has always been worth the expedition: each year, VMware would make its big new product introductions and […]

VMware: Smart Monitoring for Nimble SmartStack with vRealize Operations

Nimble SmartStack is the result of a joint effort between Nimble and Cisco to create a series of infrastructure and application solutions which are optimized and validated on Cisco UCS compute, Nimble Adaptive Flash storage, and Cisco Nexus switches. This provides customers with an architectural reference that is pretested and pre-validated to meet the needs […]

No-Click Data Center Site Failovers Powered by Metro Availability Witness

Nutanix Metro Availability is a continuous availability solution which enables synchronous replication and stretched clustering capabilities for Nutanix environments. Metro Availability was first released with AOS 4.1 in early 2015. With Metro Availability, Nutanix was the first hyper-converged platform to provide a native continuous availability solution. While this was a strong achievement in the industry, […]

Microsoft: Script to Inventory VM Guest OSes – Updated

The other day a colleague asked me how to use PowerShell to gather information about what operating system was running inside of each virtual machine on a Hyper-V server.  I went to point them to this blog post: Scripts to Inventory Virtual Machines [Hyper-V].  But then realized that there were two problems: This script uses […]

Nexenta Continues to Lead Storage Market Disruption with Advanced Open Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS) Platform

Simple, Intelligent and Enterprise-Proven Deployment, Management and Operation on Any Hardware Infrastructure via Any Cloud at Any Scale New NexentaStor 5.0 and NexentaFusion 1.0 Break New Ground with Industry-Leading Portfolio of All-Flash Reference Architectures and Best-in-Class VMware Integration Nexenta (@Nexenta), the global leader in Open Source-driven Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS), today announced the general availability (GA) of […]

ControlUp Live Demo: Unveiling ControlUp 6.0

ControlUp CTO and co-founder Yoni Avital walked through a live demo of ControlUp 6.0 and its new capabilities for Citrix admins including: XenDesktop integration, detailed ICA bandwidth and latency metrics, Hyper-V integration, and new reporting features. CTP and CUGC member Theresa Miller moderated the post-presentation Q&A discussion. Click here to view a recording of the webinar! About ControlUp […]

Remote Desktop Manager 12 Sneak Peek: Devolutions Proxy

Good news everyone: Remote Desktop Manager 12 is on the way! I’ve had a chance to try it out, and trust me on this: IT’S AWESOME. Honestly, the development team has really outdone itself. These guys are wizards! I’d love to give you a rundown of all the improvements and additions – but I can’t! […]

Microsoft Announces the new VMware migration offer for Windows Server 2016

With the launch of Windows Server 2016, customers have more reasons than ever to switch from VMware to Microsoft. We want to make it an easy decision for VMware customers to switch to Hyper-V, so today we are announcing a new VMware migration offer. Free Windows Server Datacenter licenses when you buy Windows Server Datacenter […]

Microsoft: Fixing Network Adapter settings on Checkpoints

Here is an interesting question from the Hyper-V forums: In essence – the situation is that the user has: Created a virtual machine Connected it to a virtual switch Taken a checkpoint Deleted and recreated the virtual switch Now, whenever they apply the old checkpoint – they get a configuration error message.  They can fix […]

New Turbonomic Autonomic Platform Editions

Over the last few years we’ve seen our platform evolve and grow in functionality. We’ve also seen our customers leverage it for on-premises workloads on VMware, Hyper-v, KVM, Xen, PowerVM, etc. and transition into next generation architectures leveraging Docker, K8 or Cloud Foundry. With those workloads running in multiple clouds. Turbonomic Editions Our autonomic platform […]