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Lightwave and Photon Measured from a Rocket, VMware Enhances Cloud-Native Apps

Whether or not their customers realize it, VMware has been in the container game for light years in container time.  One of the things I’ve found the most interesting, is the ability to run containers on the vSphere platform without increasing overhead, or sacrificing performance.  Anyone who has a vSphere environment, and is thinking about …

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The Sphere is Solid: vSphere Hardening, the Right Way

Whether we embrace it or not, IT Security organizations have become key players in our organizations over the years.  Sometimes they get a bad rap, they have to be come the enforces for various policies and compliance requirements our businesses must adhere to.  Audits can be met with enthusiasm or dread, but they aren’t going any place soon.  I think much …

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#VCAPorBUST Objective 3 – Implement and Manage Host Clusters – DRS

Welcome to the latest installment of the #VCAPorBUST series – aimed at preparing for VMware VCAP certifications.  You can see the rest of the articles in this series here.  Today we are going to talk about VMware DRS.  If you are looking for a more general, easy to understand overview of DRS, be sure to …

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From ESX to ESXi, or Where’s My Service Console?

I still remember my thoughts when we were first told that there would be no more ESX classic, and no more service console.  They were pretty much a string of obscenities, and I wasn’t impressed at all. (Needless to say this made the rounds) You see, when I was a customer, I worked with a …

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