Category Archives: VMware

What’s New in vCenter Server 6.5

vCenter Server 6.5 The vCenter Server Appliance took center stage in this release. The installer has gotten a facelift with a new look and feel. Linux and Mac users can rejoice because the installer is now supported. If that isn’t enough out of the box change, the vCenter Server Appliance now has features that are exclusive: Migration Improved Management… Read More »

VMware and the cloud

VMworld 2016 Day 1 To answer my first question, What did we learn… Not much. It was a hugely anti-climatic Keynote speak.  First we were enlightened, then we were told “On-Premise” and “Cloud” are the future. What, no year of VDI??? I have worked in the healthcare and credit card industry fields for many year. Cloud… Read More »

Where is EVO:RAIL?

What happened to EVO:Rail? This morning I was reading an article called EVO:Fail.  You can ready it here. When VMware announced that EVO:RAIL was the way that they would compete with companies like Nutanix or SimpliVity.  I took a long look into how and why. At VMWorld this year I asked around about how many people… Read More »

VEEAM 9

VEEAM v9 I just got out of a online webinar for VEEAM v9. I am really excited for the VEEAM v9 release. There are a ton of features that are coming soon. This is a really short post because I cannot say much more than that. Be on the look out for the release!  

VMware vExpert

VMware vExpert I was planning to write about my VCDX progress and what I have going on. Then work happened. I am not going to get into it. OK enough about that. Why would you want to apply to be a VMware vExpert? My first question is why no? Last year I asked my self… Read More »