October 2009 archive

I’m a VCP4. What now?

This morning I sat the VCP4, official name VCP410, at Dimension Data premises. I like to seat exams at DD because the coffee is courtesy and I never failed an exam there. I passed but I feel I was not as prepared enough. This led me to conclude that the exam is actually very hard …

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Virtualization Events Calendar for ANZ

Update: LoCalendar.com has been replaced with a cale widget but still on the sidebar. I find it hard to find a centralized repository for all virtualisation related events here in Sydney and in the ANZ region. There are always isolated events happening so I decided to put together a simple public calendar that I named …

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Connections and Ports in ESX and ESXi

I have previously in the post “PCI DSS, Network Ports and your VMware Environment” discussed the network port requirements for deploying PCI frameworks, tightening your environment or just relaxing firewall rules. Today I came across a diagram and a great tool to help administrators to identify these connections and the interrelation between different VMware products. …

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