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VMware vSAN: Hybrid vs. All Flash

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We would like to continue our vSAN series with Mayur Parmar’s very helpful blog posts. Please find the complete article from Mayur here and scroll down for some more information. VMware vSAN is a software defined storage solution from VMware to eliminate the need of the additional storage boxes using the local server storage. In […]

VMware vSAN: What is VMware vSAN?

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What is vSAN?VMware vSAN is a software defined storage solution from VMware to eliminate the need of the additional storage boxes using the local server storage. In simple words – vSAN abstracts the local storage of ESXi hosts and makes a pool of it to be used as a shared storage which is very much […]

Opvizor Performance Analyzer – VMware Horizon View Performance

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Since we started the Performance Analyzer development some years ago, it was always important that our customers cannot just monitor and analyze the VMware vSphere performance, but also checking the applications and the underlying hardware. The integration of VMware Horizon View Performance is another step into that direction to monitor the virtual desktop performance from […]

Remote access for home labs and offices with Veeam PN

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On January 2018, Veeam publicly announced the release of Veeam PN (powered network) version 1, a lightweight SDN appliance that was released completely FREE to use. And while Veeam PN was released as part of a greater solution focused on extending network Availability for Microsoft Azure, Veeam PN can also be deployed as a standalone tool via […]

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 […]

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’ […]

Cloud Wars – IBM vs Microsoft vs Google vs Amazon IaaS

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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 […]

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 […]

Decoupling of Cores per Socket from Virtual NUMA Topology in VMware vSphere 6.5

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There are some pretty interesting and helpful blog posts available at the moment and we would like to share some information regarding our new release of Performance Analyzer. You can find here an interesting post from Frank Denneman or just scroll down for more information. Some changes are made in ESXi 6.5 with regards to sizing […]

Using esxtop to identify storage performance issues for ESX / ESXi

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VMware published a very helpful article about esxtop and latency statistics that can be found here. We would like to share the information, for comments and feedback please go to the original article. You can also find a YouTube video there. This article provides information about esxtop and latency statistics that can be used when troubleshooting performance issues […]

NAKIVO Helps a Hosting Provider Save €25,000 in Backup Cost

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Phi Medien Systeme GmbH, a hosting and cloud services provider, headquartered in Jülich, Germany, is using NAKIVO Backup & Replication to back up and near-instantly recover VMware VMs with Flash VM Boot, while also saving €25,000 in backup costs. NAKIVO Inc., a fast-growing software company for protecting virtualized and cloud environments, has announced today that […]

Intel Design Bug – What about VMware ESXi and VMs?

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By now probably everyone with an internet access who read news in the last couple of days noticed the bad Intel design bug that is affecting millions or even billions of devices, server and client computer. While potential hacker might not be extremely interested spending time to bother personal computer and mobiles, the situation changes […]

COZZINI Saves 40% on VM Backup Costs by Selecting NAKIVO

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OZZINI LLC., a leading provider of food processing equipment, headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, is using NAKIVO Backup & Replication installed on a Synology NAS to back up and recover VMware VMs, while reducing VM backup budget by 40%. NAKIVO Inc., a fast-growing software company for protecting virtualized and cloud environments, has announced today that COZZINI […]

Understanding VMware ESXi Queuing and the Flasharray

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So I am in the middle of updating my best practices guide for vSphere on FlashArray and one of the topics I am looking into providing better guidance around is ESXi queue management. This breaks down to a few things: Array volume queue depth limit Datastore queue depth limit Virtual Machine vSCSI Adapter queue depth […]

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