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EUC1453 – Managing from the Middle with Horizon

The Post-PC world is not Mac vs Windows.  It is all about the changes of multi-device, data mobility & anywhere access.  As such applications and means of access need to change. Complexity for end clients has gotten much more complicated … Continue reading

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Keynote Day 2 – Herrod and Future of End User Computing

Today’s Keynote is all about the End User Computing experience and the Battle of the Platinum partners. Branch in a box through the View Rapid Deployment Program.   Take an appliance, some configuration and deploy as many workstations as you need. … Continue reading

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VMworld 2011 – Its on

After much work and challenge, I have been able to get a VMworld Pass, a Plane Ticket and by the generosity of some wonderful VMware Peeps, a room to crash in.  At this point I’m digging into and attempting to … Continue reading

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VMware still supporting DOS

Just saw the release of the 28 July 2011 patches for ESX(i) and in the list fixed is this little nugget. When you use Altiris DOS boot disk and PXE boot a virtual machine running on ESX 4.1 with flexible … Continue reading

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100k vMotions in Production

I logged into the environment and was checking some things out and we just recently broke a rather important milestone. In our production environment one of our oldest clusters just broke 100,000 vMotions (or more accurately since they aren’t at … Continue reading

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I’m on the list of Virtualization Blogs. Woot!

Eric Siebert, of vSphere-land.com fame, has published the Top 25 blog list of 2010.   If you look through the list there is some awesome bloggers out there.  I take great pride in having met some of them at VMworld and … Continue reading

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VMworld 2010 – Opening Movie for the Opening Keynote

Do you want to know what the cloud is?  Watch this and learn. One of the better opening keynotes in a while. It answers the question of “What is the cloud?” in a way that everyone can agree on. Thanks … Continue reading

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Lab Manager is dead.. Long Live Lab Manager

VMware has announced the new product VMware vCloud Director (vCD from now on).   I’ve read the early blog posts and been in some conversations and know at this point I just can’t give it any justice.   The short view it … Continue reading

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PCoIP painting issues

Finally got PCoIP with View 4.0.1 up and running.   All excited and thrilled to compare it to RDP.  It was looking good until I fired up IE 8 and went to a couple websites.  Some had issues.. Some didn’t. I … Continue reading

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Scale Up or Scale Out™

Duncan over at Yellow-Bricks.com brings up the great discussion once again.   Every time  a brand new piece of hardware comes out with more RAM possible or better, faster CPUs I have the “Scale Up or Scale Out™” Discussion with many … Continue reading

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