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Nexenta explains the economics behind Software-Defined Storage

Nexenta is a software-only, software-defined storage (SDS) solution that enables users to create storage systems with the x86-based hardware of their choice and disk or flash-based arrays, with support recently added for all-flash arrays. 606 more words

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Does Flash make everything in VMware Better?

Bacon makes everything taste better – at least for a lot of folks. At VMworld we met up with Micron, the flash manufacturers who are calling themselves “VMware’s bacon”. 421 more words


vCenter 5.1 Authorize Exception Error On Login

So I had an interesting little problem this morning.  I got a call from a fellow engineer asking if something was wrong with our vCenter 5.1 server.  690 more words


Is VMware OpenStack an embrace of open source -- or an attempt to extinguish it?

Open source–oriented developers tend to view proprietary software — and the companies that make it — with suspicion, if not outright disdain. That seems particularly true of VMware, which this week jumped into the fray with its… 551 more words

VMware Doesn’t Make Many Mistakes, but It Is with Respect to Physical Networking

Summary Bullets:

  • VMware dismisses physical networking as a mere forwarding plane, ignoring the benefits of integration.
  • If that observation is inaccurate, then VMware needs to address its messaging on the importance of physical networking.
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PowerShell - vCheck Exchange

Previously I have blogged about PowerCLI.  This additional post describes how to use vCheck for Exchange with Exchange 2010. 534 more words


VMware VCP550 Exam Question Dumps | greatexam (81-90)

Why is the network configuration shown in the exhibit impossible?

A. A single vmnic cannot be shared by two virtual switches.
B. The MAC address of the Management Network VMkernel port is invalid. 862 more words

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