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Citrix: Another Two Firsts in GPU Virtualization: Announcing XenServer 7.4

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Today we’re announcing the release of XenServer 7.4, a new milestone in XenServer’s leadership of GPU virtualization support. XenServer 7.4 is the only hypervisor to support live migration of vGPU-enabled virtual machines, and also the only hypervisor to fully support GPU virtualization from all three major GPU vendors. Best for GPU Flexibility & Choice The […]

VMware Enables Communications Service Providers to Chart Their Course to 5G

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VMware Helps Customers Modernize, Transform, and Grow their Businesses Expanding Portfolio Opens New Revenue Streams and Industry Opportunities, Lowers Costs, and Improves Customer Satisfaction At Mobile World Congress 2018, VMware, Inc. (NYSE:VMW) showcased how the company’s portfolio of offerings are helping communications service providers (CSPs) prepare for the imminent 5G world, where the ability to quickly build and launch […]

Virtual Machine vCPU and vNUMA Rightsizing – Rules of Thumb

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Using virtualization, we have all enjoyed the flexibility to quickly create virtual machines with various virtual CPU (vCPU) configurations for a diverse set of workloads.  But as we virtualize larger and more demanding workloads, like databases, on top of the latest generations of processors with up to 24 cores, special care must be taken in […]

VMware Capacity Reporting Part IV: VVol Capacity Reporting

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Storage capacity reporting seems like a pretty straight forward topic. How much storage am I using? But when you introduce the concept of multiple levels of thin provisioning AND data reduction into it, all usage is not equal (does it compress well? does it dedupe well? is it zeroes?). This multi-part series will break it […]

Microsoft: Configuration Manager performance guidance for environments of all sizes

Microsoft
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We already document the maximum supported scalability limits as well as the hardware guidelines needed to run Configuration Manager (current branch) sites in the very largest environment sizes. Now we are sharing a draft, unofficial whitepaper with supplemental performance guidance for Configuration Manager environments of all sizes. This document includes specific details and test results […]

Red Hat Virtualization, Meltdown, and Spectre

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In the last several weeks, many of you have likely heard about the new security threat that involves the ability to exploit common features of modern CPUs. These attacks, known as “Meltdown” and “Spectre” can impact both bare metal and virtual servers. Red Hat Virtualization has added the “IBRS Family” of CPUs to the supported […]

Ivanti: What’s New with Ivanti, UEM, and EUC with Jon Wallace – Podcast Episode 301

Ivanti
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 In episode 301, Douglas Brown interviews Jon Wallace from Ivanti and Sagnik Datta, Technical Marketing Specialist at Citrix Ready. Together we discuss what’s new at Ivanti, their Environment Manager solution, how this benefits a Citrix customer along with Jon’s views on the EUC world today!  Always great to have Mr. Wallace on the show! […]

IGEL DISRUPT 2018 Recap Roundtable with EUC Rock Star Cast – Podcast Episode 300

IGEL Technology
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Celebrating 300 Episodes! In episode 300, Douglas Brown is happy to be joined by Christian T. Drieling, Senior Systems Engineer at IGEL Technology, José Arvelo, Practice Manager of the Workplace & Managed Services at Accelera Solutions, Pete Downing, Director – Northeast Region at XenTegra, and Steve Greenberg, CTP Fellow, CEO and Founder of Thin Client […]

VMware vSphere 5.5 and vSAN 5.5 End of General Support Reminder

VMware
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We would like to remind you that the End of General Support (EOGS) for vSphere 5.5 and vSAN 5.5 is September 19, 2018. To maintain your full level of Support and Subscription Services, VMware recommends upgrading to vSphere 6.5. Note that by upgrading to vSphere 6.5 you not only get all the latest capabilities of […]

New VMware KB articles published for week ending 11th February 2018

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VMware vRealize Operations for Published Applications V4PA Broker agent utility controller credentials entries get removed Date Published:2018/2/5 VMware ESXi Windows Server version 1709 crashes or restarts automatically when hot adding vCPU Date Published:2018/2/5 16.04 VM (from .ova file) hangs at “non blocking pool is initialized” during booting Date Published:2018/2/6 VMware Tools ‘VMware Tools user service’ […]

Red Hat: My journey from BASIC to Linux

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I think of computing today as being the convergence of at least three major threads that were once largely apart from each other. There were the proprietary hardware and software stacks: mainframes and their minicomputer counterparts. There was the proto-Internet and Unix, proprietary in their own way but leading to Linux and open source. And […]

Docker for Windows Desktop 18.02 with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

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The headline feature in Docker for Windows Desktop 18.02 is the option for an automated Kubernetes cluster, enabling native support of your favorite Kubernetes tools with Linux containers on your Windows desktop. That’s a big deal. You can try it out by using the whale icon in the system tray to set Docker for Windows Desktop […]

VMware Named a Leader in 2018 Magic Quadrant for Hyperconverged Infrastructure

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VMware, Inc. (NYSE:VMW) today announced that VMware has been positioned in the Leaders quadrant of Gartner, Inc.’s 2018 Magic Quadrant for Hyperconverged Infrastructure. (1) “In our view, Gartner has recognized the important role software plays in powering next-generation hyperconverged infrastructure in this report,” said Lee Caswell, vice president of product, Storage and Availability Business Unit, VMware. “We believe this Magic Quadrant for Hyperconverged […]

Cloud Wars – IBM vs Microsoft vs Google vs Amazon IaaS

IT Blog by Marius Sandbu
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In my previous blog post I did a short overview of the different cloud vendors, a bit about their focus areas and also a bit about strengths and weaknesses. The blogpost can be found here –>http://bit.ly/2CrBgZA .In this post I want to focus more on IaaS and the offerings surrounding it, first I want describe […]

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