Monthly Archive: February 2011

APAC Virtualization Roundtable (Storage: Myths, Mistakes and miracles?) – Wed 2/3

This week Alastair Cooke will be talking storage with Otto Le Roux of Datastor, a New Zealand storage distributor with plenty of virtualisation focus.     * SMB Storage     * Unified storage value     * Common design & implementation issues     * iSCSI vs FC vs FCoE You can participate via web accessing Title: …

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VMware View 4.6 PCoIP Software Gateway (PSG)

VMware View 4.6 has been just released and as everyone expected this release introduces support for external secure remote access with PCoIP, without requirement for a SSL VPN. This feature is also known as View Secure Gateway Server. VMware’s Mark Benson, in his blog article, does a very good job explaining why tunnelling PCoIP traffic …

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VCAP4-DCA… run…run…run

Late last week I received the good news from the VMware Certification Team that I passed my VCAP4-DCA exam. It has taken almost 3 weeks to receive the results. A number of bloggers have provided feedback on their exam experience and how difficult it is. I personally didn’t find it extremely difficult, however in my …

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