13 janvier 2009

Microsoft Licensing Revisions for Virtualization are Imminent

un extrait de l'article : In early December, one of our clients was on Microsoft’s web site and read “Your Ultimate Quick Reference Resource for Licensing and Pricing.” The guide summarizes OS and application licensing scenarios in a relatively brief 39 pages (compared to the 104 page Product Use Rights, which has served as the definitive reference for Microsoft licensing policy). Now back to the problem. On page 11 of “Your Ultimate Quick Reference Resource for Licensing and Pricing” there is a FAQ with the following question... [Lire la suite]
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05 janvier 2009

Gratuit eBook Microsoft Press “Understanding Microsoft Virtualization”

c'est disponible en téléchargement : https://www.getvirtualnow.com/usevents/education/download/693371eBook.pdf et le détail des chapitres Microsoft’s Virtualization Solution Server virtualization – Hyper-V Managing Virtualization – VMM 2008 Application Virtualization - App-V Presentation Virtualization – Terminal Services Desktop Virtualization – MED-V and VDI User State Virtualization Building a Virtualization Infrastructure A ne pas manquer !! ... [Lire la suite]
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22 décembre 2008

A New Year’s Resolution for Oracle

As the year winds down, I thought it would be a good time to think about New Year’s resolutions. Let’s face it. A lot of us come up with New Year’s Resolutions each year. Sometimes we see them through, and sometimes we don’t. I don’t think it would be very interesting to blog about my personal New Year’s Resolutions, so instead I thought it would be good to make some New Year’s Resolutions for vendors. Today I’m going to start with Oracle, and plan to blog on resolutions for a couple of more vendors in the coming weeks. I don’t... [Lire la suite]
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02 décembre 2008

The Domain Controller Dilemma

Often I have people ask me about the Domain Controller dilemma.  The basic problem is this: if you decide to virtualize all of your servers, how do you handle the domain controllers which control the domain used by your Hyper-V servers?  There are a couple of options that you can consider here: Keep the root domain controller on physical hardware By keeping the root domain controller on separate physical hardware you can avoid any potential for problems.  However you also miss out on the benefits of... [Lire la suite]
03 octobre 2008

Technet Magazine présente la / les virtualisations

http://blogs.technet.com/josebda/archive/2008/09/18/october-issue-of-technet-magazine-focuses-on-virtualization.aspx The latest issue of TechNet Magazine has just been published and it focuses on Virtualization. Articles include: Virtualization: An Introduction to Hyper-V in Windows Server 2008 The introduction of Hyper-V makes virtualization an even more compelling solution for IT environments. Get an overview of today’s virtualization market and see how Hyper-V improves the manageability, reliability, and security of... [Lire la suite]