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October, 2008


October 1, 2008  4:02 AM

VMWorld 2008: Round-Up of VMworld Posts

Michelle Laverick Michelle Laverick Profile: Michelle Laverick

Of course no matter how diligent you are – it’s impossible to see every breakout session – sure in a few weeks time the whole darn thing will probably be viewable from VMWorld.com – but its still nice to see other peoples take on the thing. This crop came from Scott Lowe

October 1, 2008  3:27 AM

Lefthand Networks Acquired by HP

Michelle Laverick Michelle Laverick Profile: Michelle Laverick

Just picked this up from Scott Lowe’s blog. It appears that LHN has been acquired by HP for $360 million in cash. So despite the credit crunch is seems like some companies still have money to splash about! I was surprised to here this, but then again perhaps not… Seems like the little guy...


October 1, 2008  3:07 AM

VMotion Warnings

Michelle Laverick Michelle Laverick Profile: Michelle Laverick

I’m a bit embarassed to say this – but I came across a new VMotion warning the other day. I wasn’t aware that if a VM is configured for more than 4GB of memory – then when you try the VMotion a warning will appear (not error which is show stopper). So this will be going on my list of things...


October 1, 2008  2:14 AM

VMware VDC-OS

Michelle Laverick Michelle Laverick Profile: Michelle Laverick

There’s been a mixed response to VMware’s VDC-OS. Of course its all about the buzz/hyper/PR-Bonanza that is this cloud thing. I think the Register on this – comparing it to the various other attempts in the past. Clearly, the last couple of years have questioned what we mean by the term...


October 1, 2008  1:25 AM

ESX3i is the easiest to “install”, even if you are Windows Expert

Michelle Laverick Michelle Laverick Profile: Michelle Laverick

Microsoft and others have been banging on about how “easy” it is to get up and get running with HyperV. In response the people over from VMware’s VMTN website have put together a blog post to show how this just isn’t the case, especially when you compare it to ESX3i


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