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Microsoft: How to install and configure GUI and OMS on Azure RHEL Linux VM

Microsoft
I decided to write this blog post because I struggled to find one myself on the internet on how to install GUI on RHEL VM on Azure, the process seems pretty much easy on premises or on virtualization solutions like Hyper-v or VMware but on Azure it generated a lot of errors due to some conflicts […]

Nutanix Performance Monitoring Made Easy

eG Innovations
The Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform provides hyper-converged infrastructures for software-defined data center management and improved operational agility for faster scaling. Delivering storage, compute and network resources as consolidated hardware nodes, Nutanix helps enterprises simplify and accelerate resource provisioning on demand, and the integrated architecture helps avoid the cost of procuring and managing external storage (SAN, […]

Nutanix Performance Monitoring with eG Innovations

eG Innovations
The concept of web-scale IT has caught up with enterprises that are beginning to grow their IT infrastructure and operations, and the adoption of hyper-converged infrastructure has made it easy to scale with increased flexibility, easier management, and lesser CAPEX costs. Nutanix Virtual Computing Platform converges computing and storage into a hardware appliance that runs […]

Microsoft Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) – how does it compare??

WhatMatrix Community
Software-Defined approaches have been embraced widely over the recent years. These models provides increased flexibility, simplification, consolidation and scalability over traditional approaches. Instead of deploying specialized hardware devices (e.g. appliances), Software-Defined models enable the management of network, storage and compute in a software-oriented manner. Software-Defined Compute (SDC) provides hardware virtualization to run many isolated operating […]

Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Nano Server: Demo Video – Part 2

Microsoft
Watch this video to see how to create a Nano Server image for Hyper-V, how to access and manage the image with server manager and also the console. You can also learn about the various features and options of Nano Server throughout the demo. [1:25]  DEMO: How to create a Nano Server image for Hyper-V […]

Setting up Internal vSwitch NATing in Hyper-V

Scott Bollinger
Powershell FTW Being used to VMware Workstation, where NATing is a few GUI clicks away, I couldn’t find a GUI way of configuring it in Hyper-V. inside local outside hokey pokey; Turn yourself around I don’t mind the command line and actually prefer it sometimes. The PowerShell equivent didn’t end up being too bad. Not […]

Microsoft: Hyper-V vs. KVM for OpenStack Performance

Microsoft
During the development of Windows Server 2016 we spent a lot of time working on delivering the best core performance as a cloud platform. At the same time the Cloudbase team have spent a lot of time optimizing the performance of the Hyper-V OpenStack drivers as part of their work on the Mitaka release of […]

Error 3278 or How I blew up my Hyper-V Lab

Scott Bollinger
Falling Skies When powering on virtual machines in my Hyper-V lab, all of them gave Error 3278 failed to change state of the VM. They were working yesterday. All my drives working? What did I do? What changed?  Yeah, 9 times out of 10 it’s the later. What did I do? I remembered working on vSwitches and […]

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