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vMiss’ Vegas Vacation – #VMworld 2017
melissa • August 01, 2017 • No Comments

Well, it sure has been a while since I've been to VMworld.  I attended my first and only VMworld (so far) in 2014.  I had

My Favorite VMware vSphere Host Client Feature in ESXi 6.5 – Browsing Host Logs
melissa • June 16, 2017 • No Comments

I'll have to admit.  When it was announced the VMware vSphere 6.5 C# client was about to ride into the sunset, I was a bit

Resources for Getting Started with VMware NSX
melissa • June 09, 2017 • No Comments

VMware's NSX, their Network Virtualization and Security platform is one of their hottest technology platforms.  NSX is all about micro segmentation, a policy based method

A Look At VMware vSphere Remote Branch Office Editions
melissa • May 25, 2017 • No Comments

Virtualization has become prevalent in all areas of our infrastructure, from the datacenter, to our remote offices. Virtualizing remote offices brings additional challenges to organizations,

The VMware Fusion Post
melissa • March 31, 2017 • No Comments

I've been a Mac user since 1999, which means I've also been a VMware Fusion user for quite a long time.  There's a number of

Comparing vSphere Editions: vSphere Standard and vSphere Enterprise Plus
melissa • March 23, 2017 • No Comments

One of the most important aspects to designing a vSphere environment is choosing what licensing level you’re going to be using.  VMware lists the licensing