If you have never been to VMworld, especially in Las Vegas, then you need to understand the scope of the event. The user community, partners, and VMware employees provide a unique ecosphere of the totality of IT. Attendees are not here just for the hypervisor anymore. The draw is every major hardware and software vendor… Read more »
Have you ever visited a data center and seen row after row of servers still in production that should have been retired years ago? I am talking about single-processor, single-core tower servers or behemoth rack-mount servers with four or eight single core CPUs. I still see old servers with vSphere 3.x or 4.x running two… Read more »Read More
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All too often, when we start using a new platform, we only scratch the surface of its features. I think about products like Microsoft Excel 2016: the features are so vast, deep, and obscured that I would never know you could merge analysis of pivot tables to find a derived output. Luckily, I found the… Read more »
Get your hands on the new cloud planning analytics engines!! Visit CloudPhysics at VMworld for hands-on demos! CloudPhysics is excited to kick off and share the energy of VMworld with you! If you’re considering moving your in-house workloads to the public cloud, our new offerings enable you to make the best, data-informed decisions. See the… Read more »
If you talk to anyone who sells cloud computing resources, you typically hear the same message: “The cloud will save you money!” But the truth is, it’s very hard to know how much money the cloud can save you. Cloud providers often do a good job of telling you how much an instance with a… Read more »
CloudPhysics Focuses Data-Driven Analytics on Delivering Insight, Cost-Savings, and Smart Management to Virtual Data Centers
CloudPhysics is delivering a new clarity and intelligence to data center administration. Its immense data lake and innovative architecture help admins prevent problems, shrink costs, and make the right decisions. Click here to read the blog!
We were chatting about a blog post by Andreas Lesslhumer concerning a recent vSphere 6 bug affecting VMs, snapshots, and backups: http://www.running-system.com/take-care-express-patch-6-esxi-6-can-break-backup-cbt-bug/ We discussed comments Andreas made at Tech Field Day 2016, pointing out that VMware identified a VMware Changed Block Tracking (CBT) Bug within vSphere Express Patch 6 for ESXi 6 (Build 3825889) affecting… Read more »
In the mid 2000’s when I first started looking at virtualization, the initial value statement for making the leap from bare metal to virtual was consolidation. Prior to virtualization, the traditional compute model distributed workloads to dedicated servers and OS instances. After virtualization, however, consolidation was often based on an assessment, and on rightsizing workloads… Read more »
“What is your actual product offering?” Is it possible to truly illustrate to a customer today the differences among what our industry defines as a Channel Partner? For many it’s never been about just selling a “box.” But for many end-users the ability to differentiate one partner from another is becoming much more difficult. The… Read more »
Check out CloudPhysics’ founder Irfan Ahmad’s blog to find out how the launch of Intel Storage Builders and the partnership with CloudPhysics are driving insights, peak utilization and more! Click here to read the blog!
The buying and selling of products and services in the IT industry has grown so complex that it’s now problematic for the vendor and customer to interact effectively. Vendors don’t understand customer problems and issues, while customers can’t comprehend vendors’ value propositions and how they might solve problems. Tremendous amounts of time, money, and energy… Read more »