August 2010 archive

APAC Virtualization Roundtable (Mike Laverick on SRM) – Wed 25/8

Mike Laverick (@mike_laverick) is back in a new session to discuss VMware SRM. Mike will be giving us a sneak preview of his VMworld session on SRM. Misunderstanding and misconfigurations.  Since Mike literally wrote the book on the subject it should be a great session, tell you friends. The broadcast is LIVE via TALKSHOE.com. You …

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Pagefiles and VDI. Not so simple.

Windows Virtual memory, also known as Windows pagefiles, has been part of Microsoft Windows since Windows 3.0. Microsoft introduced virtual memory in response to the failures of Windows 1.0 and Windows 2.0, attempting to slash resource requirements for the operating system. Since then, not much has been discussed about paging until VDI became mainstream. Not …

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My New Homelab

I have been aiming to buy a new homelab for a long time but my commitments with a new house didn’t let me afford the type of hardware I would like to buy. On the other hand I really needed some good equipment for my VCDX studies, Beta tests and simulations. So I went to …

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