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So its that time of the year again, when the Danish VMug team will hold their VMug and a movie show. And once again it will be held in the Palads theatre in central Copenhagen. As i said its sold out, but do add your name to the waiting list, as usually a bigger theatre room can be provided if the sponsors see enough people on the waiting lists: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vmug-palads-2016-tickets-20777698656 This years theme… Read More

So it’s finally here! The long-awaited release of vSphere 6.0, has been released, and will ready for download medio March we’ve been told. I’ve done a small write-up of some of the new features in this release. Release cycles As seen at VMworld, where many customers thought that VMware would release vSphere 6.0, VMware has adopted a strategy of longer release cycles of the core component vSphere. So instead of a yearly release… Read More

On Wednesday I attended a session at VMworld about PernixData FVP with Satyam Vaghani and Frank Denneman. And I must say I do like their approach to the Flash idea. They want to make their solution available to all application that runs on top of vSphere. Meaning even all your old p2v’d systems can get a huge boost in IOPS with this. I wont go into much detail on how it works,… Read More

Summer is approaching fast, and soon this years VMworlds in San Francisco and Barcelona will be upon us. This brings with it, a lot of speculations on what will be unveiled and what will happen with old products. As stated in an earlier post, I’ve submitted a Session to VMworld about vCops, and are right now waiting on June the 2nd, to hear whether or not that session has been accepted. Regardless… Read More

  *disclaimer* This post is based on my findings so you might experience different stats, but the general guidelines are sound to my knowledge *disclaimer* NUMA or Non Uniform Memory Access has been around in Intel processors since 2007 when they introduced their Nehalem processors. NUMA and vNUMA VMware has since vSphere v5.0 supported that the guest OS is exposed to the NUMA of the underlying processors. It’s automatically enabled if you… Read More

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