Category Archives: compute power

Audio Recording #325 – vSphere 6.0 upgrade 

Friends, What a year! Just can’t believe we’re in June already and still haven’t gone around the 6.0 upgrade. Had the opportunity to chat with the folks at VMware about the upgrade surrounding 6.0. Open conversation, interesting to see the … 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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Choosing hardware for use as an ESXi host

In today’s workloads higher demands and expectations from our business, choosing the appropriate hardware is not what it used to be. True that a server is a server, and as I always say, all manufacturers are working within the same … Continue reading

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Are we failing the true business needs? Part 4

The Platform Pillar This is the fourth blog on “are we failing the true business needs”; what we have seen so far is that many conversations are not precisely focused on the end user computing side of IT while in … Continue reading

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