The Real (and Virtual) Adventures of Nathan the IT Guy:

December, 2011


December 23, 2011  7:18 PM

HP P4000 LeftHand SAN Best Practices for vSphere 5

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Do you have a HP P4000 SAN and would you like to configure it based on tried and true best practices? Well look no further as VMware and HP worked together to release a whitepaper that runs you through it all!

This white paper provides detailed information on how to integrate VMware...

December 23, 2011  7:01 PM

VMware Storage and Network I/O Control for NFS

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Were you wondering if these two beautiful technologies when used with NFS would collide? Well look no further as this vSphere Blog explains that they in fact compliment eachother! The below insert was borrowed from blogs.vmware.com.

Intro to Storage I/O Control SIOC...


December 23, 2011  6:47 PM

VMware View Updated and Available from Amazon Appstore

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Now you can access your Windows Desktop right from your Android Kindle Fire, this is good news for Kindle Fire owners, the View Client for other Android platforms has been out for months.

Work the Way You Want To on your Kindle Fire Work on your Windows-based VMware...


December 23, 2011  6:40 PM

Asus Transformer Prime (Last Update)

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I say the last update because I am tired of posting falsely, well I can only post what I find on the net so maybe its not false, just the worst launch of a product ever, and the most sought after Android Tablet to date... My update is this. The Transformer Prime has shipped to some customers, I am...


December 16, 2011  5:02 AM

Asus Transformer Prime Update!

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Okay... so i think it's about official... the Transformer Prime will be available before Christmas! I just hopped on over to Bestbuy.ca and as of now they have a release date for the 20th of December... that is 1 day past what everyone in the whole world seems to think...


December 13, 2011  12:47 PM

Intel Sandy Bridge-E

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So you have the Core i7-2700k 3.4Ghz, and you thought you were the best, well one year later and meet the big brother to the Core i7, the Core i7-3960x at 3.3Ghz. Basically the 3960x is the 2700k on steroids, while clocked slower by 100Mhz(its Turbo Clock is 3.9Ghz, it has 2 extra cores (6 Cores)...


December 9, 2011  3:14 AM

Shaw and their Cisco DPC3825 DOCSIS 3.0 Gateway

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So, you just signed up on a plan to go with SHAW HD TV, Telephone Service, and Extreme Internet, you have the new, well maybe not "new" Cisco DPC3825 Modem and you have your own router. You ask yourself, how do I set this device to bridged(transparent mode). Well that's a slightly loaded...


December 8, 2011  12:39 AM

Intel and Micron Join Forces

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Intel and Micron announced a 20nm build process, and also an upgraded controller interface called ONFi 3, which increases the bandwidth from 166MT/s all the way to 333MT/s. Earlier this year, Intel and Micron's joint NAND manufacturing venture (IMFT) announced it had produced 64Gb (8GB) MLC NAND...


December 6, 2011  1:06 PM

Asus Transformer Prime

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What is being dubbed the best tablet on the market today (well it's not quite here yet) is almost ready to be released to the masses. Some stores even have demo units of the Transformer Prime. What I hear is that it will be release December 19th, but some say December 8th or 12th, so I am not too...


December 1, 2011  2:14 PM

PCIe 4.0 will be 2x Faster than PCIe 3.0

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Wow, PCIe 3.0 hasn't even been out for very long, and now they are going to double the speed to 16 gigatransfers a second? That's 16 billion discrete packets...


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