• ESX Hardware configuration

    I am interested in bringing up an ESX Server to learn more. I have tried the Evals and am now willing to purchase the product. I have no need to purchase high-end hardware as there will be very few users. Does anyone have a specific hardware list (m/b model, etc)? Thanks in advance

    CraigS655 pointsBadges:
  • How can VMware VI3 servers be clustered?

    I want to Cluster 2 ESX VI3 Servers. Should I use Veritas Cluster for ESX or VMware HA? I am told that VMware HA does not protect from individual VM failures whereas veritas does.

  • Virtualization’s impact on drivers and switches

    What is virtualization’s impact on HBA drivers and zoning switches?

  • Virtualizing Business-Critical Applications VMware expert live chat TOMORROW (10/26)

    Don't forget about the LIVE VMware expert chat TOMORROW, October 26th from 11am-2pm EDT: Virtualizing Business-Critical Applications. You'll learn about application performance considerations, best practices and use cases for deploying Tier 1 applications on VMware. Click here and bookmark this...

    EmNichs3,250 pointsBadges:
  • Sponsor Post: VMware Expert Live Chat – Tuesday 10/26 at 11am EDT

    Join us on October 26 from 11am-2pm EDT for Virtualizing Business-Critical Applications. In this LIVE chat with VMware experts, you’ll learn about application performance considerations, best practices and use cases for deploying Tier 1 applications on VMware. Click here for reminder email to...

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  • Upcoming Live Expert Chat on 10/26: Virtualizing Business-Critical Applications (sponsor post)

    VMware vSphere runs business-critical applications, including Exchange, SQL, Oracle and SAP, with breakthrough performance and outstanding  reliability. Many VMware customers are now virtualizing large Tier 1 applications to consolidate their x86 infrastructure and minimize infrastructure costs....

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  • Consolidating low power/memory servers into virtual machines

    We have several servers that use very little computing power/memory and we would like to consolidate them into one server with several virtual machines. What is the best way to asses what will need to be done and what equipment we will need to purchase?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • VMware V2V

    I'm want to upgrade the legacy hardware with VMware 2.x to New hardware with Vmware 3.5. What is the best practice.

    Sarpri5 pointsBadges:
  • Reminder: Live HP Webcast TODAY — Accelerating Virtualization Adoption. You could win a Nintendo Wii for attending!

    Just a reminder that today at 2 pm EST (19:00 GMT), HP is hosting a live webcast with Roger Barlow, Product Marketing Manager at Hewlett-Packard Company. Barlow will be discussing "new management technology that can help your organization overcome the monitoring challenges of virtualized business...

    ITKE351,850 pointsBadges:
  • Biometric Issues in Healthcare using Mobile COWs (Carts on Wheels)

    Hello, We currently use biometric authentication (Sagem Morphosmart 1300)on our clinical units in a hospital setting.  These COWs are powered by a battery power supply located on the cart and there is no battery in the laptop.  We have consistently and frequently experienced USB failures on the...

    JodiC5 pointsBadges:
  • How integrated is blade technology into today’s virtualization solutions?

    How integrated is blade technology into today's virtualization solutions? This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Chat on ITKnowledgeExchange.com

    ITKE351,850 pointsBadges:
  • What are the base physical systems for your virtualization plans?

    What are the base physical systems for your virtualization plans? 2 or 4 processors? Memory? Disk? This question is sponsored by Microsoft.

    EdwinYuen3,730 pointsBadges:
  • Combination of physical and virtualized blades

    For a midsize company, what situation do you think justifies a combination of physical blades and virtualized blades? Why not just go virtual altogether?

    BladeMarvel35 pointsBadges:
  • Key factors in implementing virtualization in your org

    What are some key factors that helped you decide to implement virtualization in your current environment? Once you decided, how did you choose which vendor was right for you?

    JennyMack4,280 pointsBadges:
  • What tools are being used to diagram server architecture?

    What tools are being used to diagram server architecture? This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Chat on ITKnowledgeExchange.com

    ITKE351,850 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual vs. physical machines

    What are some of the differences between physical and virtual servers that I need to be aware of?

  • Will vender’s hardware revenues shrink as a result of virtualization?

    Since virtualization allows one server to replace several non-virtual servers one would think this would be bad for HP,Dell, IBM and other server vendors. Yet it doesn't seemed to have caused the stock of these vendors to go down. Is this because the new virtual servers will cost more and have a...

    Jim4522820 pointsBadges:
  • Moving Virtual Machines off and on server – VMware ESX 3.5

    I have 3 virtual machines on 1 Dell Poweredge server that is running VMware ESX 3.5. I want to increase the storage space on this server so is it possible to move the VM's off this server while i make the changes and reinstall ESX and add the VM's back?

    ITKE351,850 pointsBadges:
  • Creating a cluster of physical machines to run virtual machines

    I am wanting to create a cluster of 12 physical machines to be able to run multiple virtual machines. For instance a windows 2003 server running exchange 2003. An linux server running mysql, and perhaps a few others but all in seperate controllable virtual machines that span and use the power of...

    Kgdirect15 pointsBadges:
  • Performance monitoring virtual CPU calls

    I just read your advice on <a href=http://searchservervirtualization.techtarget.com/expert/KnowledgebaseAnswer/0,289625,sid94_gci1274257_tax303723,00.html>performance monitoring for virtualization</a>. You said that translating virtual CPU calls to physicals ones was tough. Is this...

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