10 avril 2012

Run KVM virtual machines on hardware with real performance

There’s nothing worse than trying to run a workload on a hardware-bottlenecked system. Release the power of KVM with IBM System x servers. You can run virtualization host software on just about any kind of hardware. But why would you if you’re an existing Red Hat customer? Almost a year ago, I wrote, “Big Blue plus Red Hat plus Private Cloud equals Purple Reign?,” which was an analysis of the team-up between Red Hat and IBM to create a new public cloud offering that I called, Purple Reign. Now, there’s something new on the horizon... [Lire la suite]
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10 avril 2012

Free ESXi Hypervisor - Auto Start Breaks with 5.0 Update 1

If you are running the free version of ESXi (aka ESXi Hypervisor) then you'll want to be aware of a critical issue that surfaces after upgrading to 5.0 Update 1. I want to stress this only applies to people runing the free ESXi version. If you're ESXi hosts are licensed this issue does not affect you. There were some changes made in the way the ESXi APIs are accessed in Update 1 that unfortunately breaks the VM Auto Start feature in the free ESXi version. Please note that this issue only affects the free ESXi version and it was not... [Lire la suite]
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10 avril 2012

  Veeam Community Forums Digest April 2 - April 8, 2012 links : http://longwhiteclouds.com/2012/03/29/jumbo-frames-on-vsphere-5-update-1/  http://effndc.wordpress.com/2011/06/03/managing-windows-2008-server-core/  http://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/2012/03/free-esxi-hypervisor-auto-start-breaks-with-50-update-1.html --> Thanks to GOSTEV for his very interesting (as usual :) ) newsletter about VEEAM Products and VMware...   THE WORD FROM GOSTEV I've got a question regarding... [Lire la suite]
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