Monthly Archives: August 2014

What to get ready in your vSphere Cluster design – PART 2

In PART 1 https://florenttastet.wordpress.com/2014/08/10/what-to-get-ready-in-your-vsphere-cluster-design-part-1/ of this series fo blogs we’ve reviewed some vSphere best practices and I want to thank everyone that shared feedback. All feedback are greatly appreciated and welcome. They are a source of inspiration and allows a … Continue reading

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What to get ready in your vSphere Cluster design – PART 1

The hardware abstraction tsunami we have witness in the last 5 years is surely far from getting quiet. The growth of infrastructures has far surpassed expectations and the best is yet to come; yes you might be aware of it… … Continue reading

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