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Citrix: XenApp & XenDesktop: With Dell QST, Automating Is Easy as 1-2-3

Citrix Systems
Last year, Citrix and Dell created a simple, all-in-one solution called the Dell Appliance for Wyse Citrix. It was targeted to customers who were new to deploying XenApp or XenDesktop and needed a simpler way for a general IT person to deploy the entire solution stack. Since then, the Citrix-Dell team has been hard at working building […]

Microsoft: Cloud Backup of Azure China

Microsoft
Thursday, February 18, 2016 Based on overwhelming interest from Azure China customers in enabling backup of their Azure virtual machines, we are excited to announce Azure China will now extend the service to protect all cloud virtual machines using Azure Backup. Backup of Azure virtual machines in China will help a broad array of customers […]

Microsoft: Changes to Remote Management using Hyper-V Manager

Microsoft
In Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 we have made some significant changes to the way Hyper-V Manager connects to a remote system.  From an end-user perspective there are a couple of new things that we now support: You can now provide alternate credentials when connecting to a remote computer You can now connect to […]

Microsoft: Zero to SDN in under five minutes

Microsoft
This post was written by Jason Messer, senior PM on the Windows team Deploy a cloud application quickly with the new Microsoft SDN stack You might have seen this blog post recently published on common data center challenges. In that article, Ravi talked about the challenges surrounding deployment, flexibility, resiliency, and security, and how our […]

Changes to Remote Management using Hyper-V Manager

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In Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 we have made some significant changes to the way Hyper-V Manager connects to a remote system. From an end-user perspective there are a couple of new things that we now support: You can now provide alternate credentials when connecting to a remote computer You can now connect to […]

Microsoft: Azure Site Recovery now available in Azure Government Cloud

Microsoft
Monday, February 1, 2016 Continuing our journey to grow Azure Site Recovery (ASR) at scale around the globe, today we are pleased to announce the availability of ASR in Azure Government cloud. US public sector customers can now use ASR to protect their critical applications running on physical and virtual infrastructure – including Hyper-V and […]

Maximum bandwidth in Hyper-V storage QoS policies

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In a previous blog post Hyper-V Storage QoS in Windows Server 2016 Works on SOFS and on LUNs/CSV I have discussed Storage QoS Policies in Windows Server 2016. I have also demonstrated this in a lab setup at VEEAMON 2015 in one of my talks at the Microsoft presentation area. It’s one of those features where a […]

Remote Desktop Manager for Citrix, VMware, Hyper-V, Microsoft Remote Desktop, SSH, FTP, and many more!

Devolutions
As everyone in one way or another connects to remote desktops, apps, and/or servers, I wanted to share with you “Remote Desktop Manager”!  This is truly a great app that lets you centralize all your remote connections, passwords and credentials into a unique platform that users truly love to work with. Remote Desktop Manager acts […]

Citrix XenApp 7.7 is Ready for Microsoft Azure

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Last week, Loay Shbeilat and I presented a session–jam-packed with Citrix Partners–at Citrix Summit in Las Vegas on “How to architect a multi-tenant XenApp solution on Microsoft Azure.” For those Citrix partners that couldn’t make it to Summit, I’ve got a summary of key discussion points and resources to help you succeed. As noted by Brad Anderson during the keynote, Microsoft Azure […]

Moving Virtual Machines between Hypervisors and Clouds

Nutanix
Cameron Stockwell recently published an article with a video where virtualization administrators seamlessly migrate virtual machines and workloads across different hypervisors. Cameron’s demo demonstrated an one-way migration, but Cameron also alluded to the fact that the upcoming release of Acropolis will allow two-way migration between AHV (Acropolis Hypervisor) and ESXi – and hyper-v in the near future. The use cases for this type of […]

Veeam Backup & Replication v9 – Installation and Deployment

Veeam
https://www.veeam.com/availability-suite-features.html In this video, Veeam Solution Architect Tom Sightler shares tips and best practices for deploying Veeam Backup & Replication v9 in your production environment. You’ll learn how to perform a fresh install and how to upgrade from previous editions in both VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V infrastructures. You’ll see default and custom configurations, including: […]

Veeam Availability Suite v9 – Capacity Planning Demo

Veeam
https://www.veeam.com/one-vmware-hyper-v-monitoring-reporting.html Using historical data, Veeam ONE (part of Veeam Availability Suite) provides performance forecasting and capacity planning for your VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, and backup infrastructures. You can forecast resource usage and utilization trends with “what if” modeling and resource overcommit tracking for your backup and virtual infrastructures.

Veeam Availability Suite v9 – Veeam Cloud Connect Infrastructure Monitoring

Veeam
https://www.veeam.com/one-vmware-hyper-v-monitoring-reporting.html Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and Veeam Cloud & Service Providers (VCSPs) can leverage multi-tenant reporting and configuration of Veeam ONE to provide complete visibility into the resource consumption of each customer’s environment.

Veeam Availability Suite v9 – Tracking for Backup and vSphere

Veeam
https://www.veeam.com/one-vmware-hyper-v-monitoring-reporting.html Using historical data, Veeam ONE (part of Veeam Availability Suite) provides performance forecasting and capacity planning for your VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, and backup infrastructures. You can forecast resource usage and utilization trends with “what if” modeling and resource overcommit tracking for your backup and virtual infrastructures.

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