Now that VMware is clearly pushing the Web Client, I thought it would be helpful if I wrote about some of the useful shortcuts.
Here's what you need to know to deploy vSphere Data Protection (VDP) as part of your business continuity plan.
VMware will soon be discontinuing the vSphere Client for Windows application, formerly known as the VMware Infrastructure Client (VI Client).
There's no truth to the rumor that PVS will be retired soon, with MCS taking its place.
Lenovo EasyManage can give you a clear path of visibility to underlying components of the host hardware, not just to Hyper-V.
Microsoft and VMware are pitched in battle in the private cloud space. Both are worthwhile contenders, so how do you pick the right one for your project?
vCenter Heartbeat proves to be a viable alternative to vSphere High Availability when taking advantage of SSO HA.
QoS enables IT admins to control the minimum and maximum number of IOPS a virtual machine can consume.
Local App Access can improve app performance, and allow users to use their non-approved apps without compromising security policies.
Foglight Free Edition has enough capability to figure out your performance and capacity issues. Here's a look at the various tools.
Amazingly easy, once you realize where to look.
I'm excited about this release for 4 very good reasons.
Time has been our greatest teacher and has taught us some valuable lessons as far as what works in virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI).