A few days ago I blogged about my new idea in this post: “The Doctor is: IN” and I received a lot of positive comments and even my first request for assistance. So… here we go !!! Tonight ( June 7th ) at 19:00 CEST the first session will go live. That is, if Google […]
The Doctor is: IN
Many of us in IT read a lot of whitepapers, blogposts, how-to articles and view numerous Podcasts or training video’s to learn all the details about new products or features. Still, I don’t always get some of the details or can’t find the info I need. Meeting people at VMUGs or VMworld gives me the […]
Design question: Why vCenter Server Datacenter?
When working on a design in which there would be two physical datacenters, I started to rethink about why I would create multiple datacenters inside vCenter Server. I noticed that almost all example designs I look at that cover two physical datacenters, also have two datacenters in the vCenter Server design. But why? When searching […]
My first Auto Deploy design for real production environment
Last week I was asked by a customer to build a new VMware vSphere 5 infrastructure in which they would like to use Auto Deploy for the ESXi 5 hosts. Of course I told them that Auto Deploy was a first release but I didn’t push that too hard, because designing and deploying it for […]
How to supply resources for Citrix XenApp on VMware?
I bet many of you that are virtualizing Citrix XenApp, have read the Project VRC whitepapers and want to implement their best practices. Especially in small environments however, it can be a headache creating the design. My biggest headache was and is, is the way I can guarantee no CPU over commit for the pCPU’s […]