10 octobre 2011

Storage and Continuous Availability Enhancements in Windows Server 8

heck out Thomas Pfenning's blog post, General Manager Server and Tools, where he discusses the storage and availability enhancements in the next release of Windows Server codenamed "Windows Server 8".  Read Thomas' post on the Microsoft Server and Cloud Platform blog. http://bit.ly/oIcKJP Source is on : http://blogs.technet.com/b/virtualization/archive/2011/09/20/storage-and-continuous-availability-enhancements-in-windows-server-8.aspx 
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26 octobre 2010

Graphical user interface (GUI) enhancements in Exchange 2010 SP1

SP1 whets the appetite of administrators who want to use Exchange Management Console (EMC) and Exchange Control Panel (ECP) to administer various features. More and more features are exposed in the EMC and ECP, helping Exchange Administrators to manage their Exchange 2010 infrastructure. Exchange 2010 SP1 brings a long list of improvements. This blog focuses mostly on the GUI enhancements both in EMC and ECP. Deployment switch for roles and features Deployment is the gateway after which everything else occurs. There has... [Lire la suite]
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20 mai 2009

vSphere performance

The last couple of weeks I’ve seen all these performance numbers(most not publicly available though)  of vSphere, one even more impressing than the other. I think every one will agree that the latest one is really impressive, 364.00 IOPS is just insane. There’s no load vSphere can’t handle, when correctly sized of course. But something that even made a bigger impression on me, as a consolidation fanatic, is the following line from the latest performance study:VMware’s new paravirtualized SCSI adapter (pvSCSI) offered 12%... [Lire la suite]
20 mai 2009

What's new with mobility in Exchange 2010

Adam Glick, Sr. Technical Manager with the Exchange team, has been out at TechEd this week talking about Mobility in Exchange 2010. But before he left, the TechNet Edge team caught up with Adam in his office back at Redmond. In this newly released video, Adam shares why he is excited about Exchange 2010 and also why he thinks end-users and IT PROs will also be equally happy with the new features and functionality. So, what is new in Mobility? Conversation View: If you use this feature in Outlook and OWA (Outlook Web Access),... [Lire la suite]
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11 avril 2009

Enhanced vmxnet in ESX 3.5 Update 4

One of the enhancements in ESX 3.5 Update 4 is the support for vmxnet. The support for this adapter is a lot better since Update 4 is released. It is possible now that you can add the Enhanced vmxnet adapter to a Windows Server 2003 VM without goint through a workaround described in http://kb.vmware.com/kb/1007195. You can use the VI client to change adapter type. Enhanced vmxnet - The enhanced vmxnet adapter is based on the vmxnet adapter but provides some high-performance features commonly used on modern networks, such as... [Lire la suite]
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