Tag Archives: vSphere5

 

 
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Posted on 25. Oct, 2011 by .

 

  Let’s do a quick recap of what we’ve done so far.  1st – we’ve installed Windows SQL 2008 R2 inside a Windows 2008 R2 server. 2nd – we’ve setup the VMware View 5 Database inside that SQL Server The next step of the View install is to go to vCenter and install VMware View […]

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Posted on 23. Oct, 2011 by .

 

The last couple of weekends have afforded me some SERIOUS VMware Home Lab time and out of that is a few blog posts around what I’ve been up to.  In one of my prior blog posts I spoke about my new home lab (still working on that blog) and my endeavor to install everything from […]

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Posted on 18. Oct, 2011 by .

 

  What a difference a week makes !!  Geez, this is what I really love about being in IT and specifically getting to work with VMware products.  Last week I published a quick blog on “How to Monitor vSphere 5 from your iPad”.  Essentially this is a tool that VMware released that allows you to […]

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Posted on 18. Oct, 2011 by .

 

This is something I’ve been wanting to do a while.  As you recall, I’ve been reinstalling everything in my VMware vSphere 5 home lab I’ve decided that I really need/want/”glutton for punishment” to install SQL Server 2008 R2 and start moving away from the default SQL Express stuff that most of the VMware tools let […]

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Posted on 15. Oct, 2011 by .

 

I’ve been in the process of updating my VMware home lab (future blog alert) and with that I’ve decided to do a lot of “fall cleaning” of stuff.  About the only thing I’m keeping is my ActiveDirectory and DNS VM and everything else is getting a brand new install including vSphere 5.0, vCenter 5 etc […]

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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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