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Operations Management Suite integration: Veeam MP Update 4

Veeam
What a great week so far it has been at VeeamON 2017 in New Orleans! Holding true on one of our core values — Veeam Speed — I am very excited to share with you another VeeamON 2017 product announcement. Veeam Management Pack (MP) for System Center v8 Update 4 is NOW generally available (GA)! […]

Deploying Citrix NetScaler on Nutanix AHV

René Bigler
Citrix NetScaler VPX, the virtual appliance, is available for XenServer, VMWare ESX, Microsoft Hyper-V and KVM hypervisors. Since Nutanix AHV is based on KVM, it is possible to run your NetScaler VPX on the Nutanix native Acropolis hypervisor AHV. NetScaler Gateway VPX is a virtual NetScaler Gateway appliance that is hosted on a hypervisor. NetScaler […]

Ivanti Launches Data Center Discovery, Adds Discovery for On-Premises and Cloud Virtualization Environments

Ivanti
New SAM Tool Automates Discovery of Data Center Assets, Delivers Visibility to Enhance Software License Position and Encourage Ongoing Compliance Today Ivanti unveiled its latest addition to the IT Asset Management offerings, Data Center Discovery, a software asset management (SAM) tool that provides enhanced visibility into the data center. This transparency penetrates layers of virtualization […]

Azure Stack TP3 Overview Preview Review Part II

Greg Schulz
Azure Stack TP3 Overview Preview (Part II) Install Review This is part two of a two-part series looking at Microsoft Azure Stack with a focus on my experiences installing Microsoft Azure Stack Technical Preview 3 (TP3) including into a nested VMware vSphere ESXi environment. Read part one here that provides a general overview of Azure […]

Simplifying the Monitoring of Multi-Hypervisor Infrastructures

eG Innovations
Over the years, many enterprises have achieved tremendous cost reductions and management simplicity through virtualizing their IT infrastructure. According to Gartner, while some firms have virtualized over 90% of their servers, on an average, most firms have over 75% of their servers in a virtualized infrastructure, indicating the growth and maturity of the x86 server […]

Windows Server Containers with Overlay networking for Docker Swarm

IT Blog by Marius Sandbu
With today’s release of Windows Server Network Overlay network driver for Windows Server it is now possible to run Windows Server in a docker swarm mode to have the capability to have containers cross-host communication. This has been available for Windows 10 for some time and with the Creator update. So for those who aren’t […]

Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Adds Native Overlay Network Driver, enabling mixed Linux + Windows Docker Swarm Mode Clusters

Microsoft
Based on customer and partner feedback, we are happy to announce the Windows networking team released a native overlay network driver for Windows Server 2016 to enable admins to create a Docker Swarm cluster spanning multiple Windows Server and Linux container hosts without worrying about configuring the underlying network fabric. Windows Server containers and those with […]

Microsoft: Powering new Linux innovations with Hyper-V isolation and Windows Server

Microsoft
With over 900,000 containerized applications in the Docker Hub there has never been a better time to be a developer.  However, a barrier remained – Linux images run on a Linux host and Windows images on a Windows host requiring multiple infrastructures and more complex development tooling. Today at DockerCon 2017, Microsoft showcased how we […]

What is VMware Hot-Add RAM and How to use it?

opvizor
VMware Hot-Add RAM feature isn’t new, but somehow we haven’t covered it much just yet. So this post will explain What is VMware Hot-Add RAM and How to use it. The Hot-Add RAM goes hand in hand with Hot-Add CPU, but we’ll cover that in a separate post. Using hot-add/hot-plug you can add memory resources to […]

Microsoft: How to use built-in security features in Windows Server 2016

Microsoft
We designed Windows Server 2016 from an “assume breach” posture. Yes, we want to build the most secure servers, and we have taken some giant steps forward when it comes to breach resistance, but we have also built in some new capabilities to mitigate the risk of breaches when they do happen. Two new Microsoft […]

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