External, VMWare vSphere

VMware vSphere 6.7 scalability — vInfrastructure Blog

The new VMware vSphere 6.7, recently available in GA, increase all configuration maximums to new limits (compared to the v6.5 and previous versions). Maybe we can say with no limit, or at least, to be serious, with really huge numbers compared to the actual needs and the existing compunting power. Those new limits are both for scalability aspect,…

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Take a pause and look back — EDSAC

Its been long way computers had been evolved, today we take computers for granted in every part of our life, the computer no matter which form either personal, mobile or car had become inseparable, but looking back in history the early engineers or can call then computer scientist had faced tremendous challenges at every steps.

 

University of Warwick had develop a EDSAC Simulator, EDSAC was the world’s first stored-program computer build by Cambridge University as to operate computing services. The simulator is available here if you are interested.

In the above video Professor David Brailsford from University of Nottingham explains how to use the EDSAC Simulator and remembers the challenges faced by actual EDSAC, courtesy YouTube channel Computerphile.

Take a pause and appreciate those early computer scientist.

 

External, Rubrik

Using PowerShell & REST APIs to Monitor Rubrik Nodes v1 — Virtually Sober

Since adding Drift to my blog I’ve been able to get real-time feedback from you, my readers, on what scripts you’d like to see on future posts. This script was requested by a rader last weekend and I’m sure anyone using Rubrik will find it useful. The request was for monitoring the status of a…

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SlideShare: Enterprise Cloud Migration – 4 Problems to Solve — StorageSwiss.com – The Home of Storage Switzerland

The biggest challenge any enterprise has to get over when migrating workloads to the cloud is SCALE! Large organizations have massive amounts of data; thousands of virtual machines and hundreds of terabytes of data. With this level of scale, migration to the cloud is much more than just copying data from a source site to […]

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External, Nutanix

AFS 3.0 Brings NFS for the Busy Developer — IT BLOOD PRESSURE

AFS 3.0 brings NFS v4 Support! This is the rocket ship that your software builds needed! No longer are your build piplines stuck with the lonely power of a single NAS head servicing your workloads. AFS with NFS support enables you to manage a collection of NFS exports distributed across multiple file server VMs (FSVMs,…

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External, Nutanix

Nutanix – Flow Networking — vJenner Blog

AOS 5.6 introduces a SDN function to the Nutanix platform, in particular – Micro Segmentation. Flow is the initial SDN funtions for Nutanix focused on security. It only applies to AHV and it built into the hypervisor during deployment, its not installed after the fact that is managed in Prism Central. Flow will automatically detected the…

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External, VMWare vSphere

Continued Enhancements in vSphere 6.7 — TECHNICLOUD

vSphere 6.7 is finally upon us. It should not be a surprise that vSphere is focused on more efficient manageability, especially at scale, and increased security. These design qualities have become paramount as VMware continues to partner with public cloud vendors (AWS, Microsoft Azure) to deliver “hybrid” offerings and as more edge sites are added […]

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