Monthly Archive: September 2011

Ask the VDI Experts: VDI Discussion with Cisco, EMC, and VMware

During VMworld’11 I was asked to facilitate a conversation about VDI and Cisco VXI at Cisco booth at the Solutions Exchange pavilion. I was there with Rick Kijewsky (Cisco), David Wakeman @desktopguy (VMware) and Aarun Garg (Cisco). Paul Slager from http://paulslager.com was also there for few moments. Unfortunately the noise was excruciating and you will …

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The Right Hardware for a 10K VDI solution

I have been involved in many VDI designs over the past years, and recently I have been involved in a design and architecture for a 10,000 user VDI solution. I thought it would be interesting to share here the considerations and decisions that goes behind hardware definition for such a large project. So, first let’s …

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VCAP4-DCD and VCP5 in 7 days

About a month ago I sat the VCP5 Beta exam and after 7 weeks I finally received the news that I passed. Taking Beta exams is harder than regular exams in my opinion. The Beta exam had about 100 questions, many with wrong answers and/or multiple correct answers – and you need to comment them. …

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