January 2016 archive

VDI Calculator v6.6 Now Available with Extensive “How-to-Use” Guide

Today I am releasing a new version on my VDI calculator, 6.6 release. This is a minor update that includes an option to launch an extensive “How-to-Use” Guide with everything you need to know about using the calculator. Have Fun!       To access the VDI calculator click here.     This article was first published …

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Moving Virtual Machines between Hypervisors and Clouds

Cameron Stockwell recently published an article with a video where virtualization administrators seamlessly migrate virtual machines and workloads across different hypervisors. Cameron’s demo demonstrated an one-way migration, but Cameron also alluded to the fact that the upcoming release of Acropolis will allow two-way migration between AHV (Acropolis Hypervisor) and ESXi – and hyper-v in the near future. The use cases for this type of …

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VDI Calculator v6.5 is Now Available Raising Questions on VDI Market

Wow! What a phenomenal journey this VDI calculator has been through. It all started as an Excel spreadsheet in 2010 and later on evolving into a Flash based app and later into a Java based app. Since June 2013 when I implemented access counters using GoogleAnalytics this calculator has been used over 52,000 times by different sources, with United Stated and …

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