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Building an advanced lab using VMware vRealize Automation – Part 9: Deploy and configure the IaaS platform

In part 8 we installed and configured the vRealize Automation Appliance into the lab.

In this part we deploy and configure the IaaS platform.  This will involve building a Windows Server VM and installing the requisite components.   1,144 more words


Limitations in monitoring shared NVIDIA GPU technologies

A physical GPU can be shared in a number of ways such as NVIDIA vGPU with Citrix XenDesktop or XenApp or GPU-sharing with XenApp (this is actually a form of pass-through with the sharing done at the RDS layer), or used 1:1 with VMs in VDI with GPU pass-through. 408 more words


That Time Again: Voting For OpenStack (Tokyo) Summit Talks

It seems like only yesterday that we were in Vancouver for the Spring OpenStack Summit and it’s already time to start turning our attention to Tokyo for the Fall summit. 1,659 more words


Building an advanced lab using VMware vRealize Automation – Part 8: Deploy and configure the vRA Appliance

In part 7 we configured SSL certificates for our newly deployed vCenter Server Appliance.  In this part, we deploy the vRealize Automation Appliance into the lab. 993 more words


VMware vSphere Metro Storage Cluster (vMSC)

VMware vSphere Metro Storage Cluster (vMSC) is not a product but a certified configuration where a vSphere cluster spans geographical locations. This could be spread across a campus, metropolitan area or a larger area up to 200 km apart. 604 more words


Issue with an external VMware PSC High Availability deployment

Starting with vSphere 6, components for license, certificate management and SSO are being handled by the PSC (Platform Services Controller). This new part of a vSphere installation can be configured to be highly available. 525 more words


VMware’s strategic solutions perform well, but slowing revenue growth suggests challenges to offset the decline of its ‘naked’ vSphere business

By Andrew Smith, Analyst

VMware experienced year-to-year revenue growth of 4% to $1.52 billion in 2Q15. TBR expected VMware’s year-to-year revenue growth rate to contract based on its emerging product portfolio growth not being sufficient to offset declines in its traditional virtualization solution sets. 714 more words