I just had a great chat with Tintri Sr. Director of Products Chuck Dubuque about a new newest addition in the VMstor family of arrays. Tintri just announced 2 new All Flash Arrays. Hooray. Awesome news! Great to see a brand new array in this space that is doing real per VM QOS next to … Read more Tintri added 2 New All Flash Arrays to their Portfolio
As one of 20 NTC’s worldwide, I was selected to join the closed Nutanix CE alpha group to test the heck out of this new cool software: The “Nutanix Community Edition”. Nutanix CE is a 100% software solution enabling technology enthusiasts to easily evaluate the latest hyper convergence technology at zero cost. Nutanix Community Edition … Read more Nutanix Community Edition! be warned: You are going to buy new lab gear!
I’m currently testing the new (currently in beta) Unitrends FREE Edition in my home lab to see if this new cool free backup appliance is anything that you should try? Yes, you should. read more about it below: About Unitrends Free Edition Unitrends Free Edition deploys on a server running ESXi 5.0, 5.1, 5.5, Hyper-V … Read more Cool tool: Unitrends Free Edition. Backup Up to 1TB Free!
As a LoginVSI VIP, I have been invited to test out Login PI, the latest product from LoginVSI. Login PI is a brand new product which actually does the reverse thing that LoginVSI does. Login PI tests the performance of your production VDI or DaaS infrastructure. Yes, You need to run this on your actual … Read more Testing Login Pi – Real-World Performance Insights on VDI
Yesterday I had a great chat with Tintri Sr. Director of Products Chuck Dubuque about their newest TintriOS update. My first post about Tintri is exactly from 2 years back. Tintri was the first to have VM-aware storage where VMware is currently doing a similar thing with VVols and other vendors are following their footsteps. … Read more TintriOS 3.2 update introduces per VM level QOS
A few weeks ago I had the pleasure to attend a great meeting with Scale Computing at Virtualization Field Day 4 in Austin, Texas. I had met Jason Collier (@bocanuts) before at Tech Field Day Extra at VMworld US 2012. Jason has managed to build Scale Computing HC3 System into a real mature product in … Read more Scale Computing Adds Disaster Recovery for SMB
For their new 5.1 release, VMTurbo is giving away a home lab to 3 lucky winners who sign up for our 5.1 release webinar! Pretty cool right?! THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH AT 1:30 P.M. EST VMTurbo Director of Product Management, Eva Tuczai & CTO,Charles Crouchman, give a sneak peek of 5.1, including brand new Demand-Driven Application … Read more VMTurbo giving away uber-cool Home Lab!
StorMagic (a UK company) has a very interesting and cost effective product called SvSAN which is a iSCSI Virtual SAN specifically designed for Remote Branch Offices which require a local HA storage infrastructure and central management. Today Stormagic announces a new collaboration with VMware to deliver a 2-node HA Storage Solution for the existing VMware … Read more VMware & StorMagic deliver a 2-node HA Storage Solution with vSphere ROBO edition next to VSAN
The independent R&D project ‘Virtual Reality Check’ (Project VRC) was started in early 2009 and was entirely focuses on research in the virtual desktop and application virtualization market. Several white papers with Login VSI test results were published about the performance and best practices of different hypervisors, Microsoft Office versions, application virtualization solutions, Windows Operating … Read more Project VRC “State of the VDI and SBC union 2015” < Help Needed
In less than 3 weeks the twitter tag #VFD4 will be in your twitter timeline, A LOT!. I am happy to be among the 12 delegates that where voted and invited for Virtualization Field Day 4 hosted in Austin / Texas on January 14-16, 2015. If you never heard of the Tech Field Day event … Read more Virtualization Field Day 4 is approaching