By Dave Cedrone Yesterday on day 2 of VMworld, I attended a deep dive session on Veeam Backup and Replication 7. With this announcement Veeam has included 2 major innovations, 7 new features, and 75 general enhancements. Veeam was already a top … [Continue reading] about Veeam v7’s New Features Explored at VMworld
By Jason Shiplett Tuesday's general session was focused on giving a little more of a deep-dive on a few big items – VMware NSX, VMware vCloud Automation Center (vCAC, pronounced vee-cake), VMware VSAN, and VMware vCloud Hybrid Service. Since we … [Continue reading] about VMworld 2013 – Day 2 Recap
Here’s a tasty tidbit for you – in the just announced vSphere 5.5, we can now create 64TB VMDK files. While much of vSphere 5.5 offers a 2x increase in configuration maximums over vSphere 5.1, the increase in VMDK size is a whopping 32x. (It may … [Continue reading] about 64TB VMDKs? Yes we can.
It's hard to believe that VMworld 2013 is upon us. Before last year's show I wrote a couple posts on my predictions for VMworld 2012 (here and here). A good number of my predictions were correct on new products, services, and overall direction for … [Continue reading] about Going Nostradamus Style on VMworld 2013