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Posted on 13. Oct, 2011 by .

 

  Talk about your perfect timing.  Hot off the presses last week was the very timely VMware View 5 Performance Best Practice Guide that I blogged about and then I see a tweet from Scott Sauer (@ssauer) about the new VMware View Backup Best Practices Deployment and Technical considerations guide.  The funny part is I […]


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Posted on 09. Oct, 2011 by .

 

As I’ve said a couple of times, I’m pretty passionate about End User Computing (EUC) and where that technology is heading towards (like the end of desktops as we know it .  I was afforded the awesome opportunity to be apart of a sub-group within the vSpecialist organization that focuses on EUC and specifically lately […]


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Posted on 05. Oct, 2011 by .

 

    This week I had the awesome opportunity to work the Oracle Open World show in San Francisco.  I was there mostly as an invite from the EMC Oracle Social Media/Marketing team to help with a couple of fun #oowHunt (Scavanger Hunt) things and had a blast participating.  Personally I think Oracle has a […]


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Posted on 26. Sep, 2011 by .

 

From time to time I’m asked to do quick/dirty IO sizing for customers looking to do View Virtual Desktops.  Normally it’s a request by the EMC Technical Consultant to help size the array.  Now, I usually throw a bunch of caveats into the mix like “they really should be working with either EMC Consulting Services […]


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Posted on 20. Sep, 2011 by .

 

This blog post is a long time coming !!  This is a culmination of information I seem to consistently send out to customers and prospects that I meet with on a day to day basis. Usually I send this information in a REALLY REALLY long e-mail but I thought now I can simply send them […]


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Posted on 17. Sep, 2011 by .

 

  As I’ve mentioned in the past I’ve been working with a good friend of mine to help him get his home lab up and running.  In the last blog post I talked about the importance of a solid Windows 2008 Template and the process in vSphere 5 on how to create a template.  As […]


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Posted on 10. Sep, 2011 by .

 

I’ve been working with a good friend of mine in helping him pull his VMware home lab together.  One of the topics we discussed was the key to a good VMware Home Lab was a solid Windows 2008 R2 template.  It doesn’t need to be just Windows 2008, it could also be Windows 7 for […]


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Posted on 05. Sep, 2011 by .

 

Another VMworld USA has come and gone and with it a TON of awesome memories and cool opportunities to learn.  This year was my first year to work along side our VMware brothers and sisters in the VMware Hands on Lab (HoL).  If you recall, the HoL was something I missed all together in 2010 […]


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Posted on 24. Aug, 2011 by .

 

This morning I was having some home desktop issues so as a good little Windows user I decided it might be time for a reboot.  I suspended a work Win7 VM in VMware Workstation and then went about powering down everything else.  Once my desktop rebooted I went to fire up my work Win7 VM […]


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Posted on 22. Aug, 2011 by .

 

One of the many things I enjoy about working here at EMC is the attention they pay to Social Media.  I’m a huge Social Media fan, especially the ability to push information (good/bad or indifferent) out for others to use.  As we get closer to VMworld, and shortly after, you will start to see this […]


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