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Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 Update 3a Announcement

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Platform support is a priority at Veeam. Whether that is the latest operating systems, new storage systems or updated hypervisors, we take platform support seriously. Since Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5 Update 3 has been released, a number of ecosystem changes have warranted an update ahead of the upcoming set of Veeam capabilities (due later […]

Citrix Machine Creation Services Demystified Part II

Wilco van Bragt
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In the first part article we discussed the first steps for creating and maintaining Citrix Machine Creation Services (MCS). We talked quickly about creating the master image, followed by the available MCS deployment type with their characteristics. In this article we will discuss what happens under the hood when creating a MCS machine catalog per deployment […]

Hyper-V Backup Guide for VMware Administrators

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With Microsoft Hyper-V gaining more market share and coming of age, VMware administrators are finding themselves having to administer Hyper-V alongside vSphere in their environments. There are certainly similarities in administering the various hypervisors, including VMware and Hyper-V, but there are also subtle (if not more major) differences as well. Often, out of habit, we […]

Microsoft Project Honolulu – A New Windows Server Management Experience for the Software Defined Datacenter – Part 1

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Hello! My name is Kevin Kelling and I’m a Premier Field Engineer with Microsoft focused on Windows Server, virtualization, and Azure. Having worked with Windows Server since the NT 3.51 days, I’m excited to have the opportunity to share a major new feature which holds the potential to change how we interact with and experience […]

Microsoft: New System Center Virtual Machine Manager Analytics solution

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In System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM), administrators often monitor detailed job status to learn about the health and performance of operations and to diagnose any issues with the hosts or virtual machines.To improve this experience, we are delighted to introduce you to the Virtual Machine Manager Analytics solution, now available in Azure Log Analytics […]

Microsoft: Stretched Hyper-V Cluster on Azure using Express Route

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Traditionally, in an on-premises environment we setup stretch clusters across regions to protect against region failure. Microsoft came up with Azure Site Recovery to give users the the capability to move their workloads into Azure during a site or workload down situation. In this article, we are going to talk about an alternate approach to […]

Operations Management Suite integration: Veeam MP Update 4

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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)! […]

Veeam Management Pack v8 Update 3 is Available NOW

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It has been an extremely busy time for Veeam with the release of Veeam Availability Suite 9.5, the release of Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 as well as the upcoming public beta of Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows. This release trend is continuing and today I am pleased to announce the general availability (GA) […]

AzureStack breakdown of Network Controller

IT Blog by Marius Sandbu
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Now I’ve previously blogged about some of the other networking component in AzureStack (Software Load Balancing) and Distributed Firewall which are essential components on how we can achieve a software-defined network. Now both the dfW and SLB are just components that operate in the data plane, but would not be possible without a central component […]

VMware: Top 5 Reasons to Deploy System Center 2016

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In this post I will share the top 5 reasons why I think mid-to-large sized customers should deploy System Center 2016. Overview System Center 2016 was released with Windows Server 2016. As usual, if you want to manage the new Server operating system, then you need to have the latest version of Microsoft’s infrastructure and […]

Microsoft Hyper-V Real-Time Performance Monitoring and Management

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By now, many people have heard about (and sing the praises of) ControlUp and our unique way of bringing IT insights to sysadmins around the world. In version 4.0, we introduced Hypervisor integration to extend our real-time performance monitoring to the virtualization world, starting with VMware ESXi and XenServer. Now, in version 6, we are […]

DataCore Unleashes Significant Performance Enhancements for Software-Defined Storage and Enterprise Class Hyper-converged Solutions

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Parallel I/O Advances, Deeper Hypervisor Integration, Richer Monitoring and Planning Tools, More Granular Quality of Service (QoS) Controls, Certified VVOLs Support and Lower Cost Bulk Storage Among Product Upgrades in Latest Software Update DataCore today announced significant performance enhancements to two of its product lines: DataCore™SANsymphony™ Software-Defined Storage (SDS) platform and DataCore™ Hyper-converged Virtual SAN. […]

Embotics vCommander added to WhatMatrix – straight into Top 3 in CMP category

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We welcome Embotics to our Cloud Management Platform evaluation category. We’ve added their Cloud Management Software vCommander version 5.6.3 to our technical comparison and after evaluating its capabilities it went straight into the “top 3″ of the category, reflecting the increasing capabilities of Embotics. One of the (differentiating) key value propositions of vCommander is the […]

Private Cloud Management: Bringing Control to System Center Virtual Machine Manager

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Many customers I speak with are looking towards the cloud. But more often than not, when I ask what cloud means to them, they respond by saying that they are looking to build their own private cloud infrastructure as opposed to outsourcing the entirety of their environment to a third party. Some infrastructure teams are […]

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