VMworld 2015: Here is a recording of a live broadcast panel on Cloud Ops with myself, Shiv Agarwal of Arkin and Madhura Maskasky of Platform9 with Brian Gracely moderating..
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In this #vBrownBag from VMworld 2015, I shared my vision for what vSphere admins should look for in a great dashboard.
Here’s my #vBrownBag Tech Talk from VMworld 2015 highlighting my picks for tools to include in “The Unofficial VCDX Toolchest.”
Neo: Whoa. Déjà vu. [Everyone freezes right in their tracks] Trinity: What did you just say? Neo: Nothing. Just had a little déjà vu. Trinity: What did you see? Cypher: What happened? Neo: A black cat went past us, and then another that looked just like it. Trinity: How much like it? Was it the… Read more »
VMworld 2015 in San Francisco is just a few weeks and it is shaping up to be a great event. Here at CloudPhysics we are doing our best to make it a show you won’t want to miss – including giving away a DJI Phantom 3 Quadcopter! Read on… #VMunderground Party: Win a VIP Pass We’re proud to sponsor… Read more »
Variety is the spice of life, right? So, to keep things fresh and interesting we are applying that principle to CloudPhysics Free Edition. Starting July 1, we’re introducing a new feature rotation program that lets us incorporate Premium Edition features into CloudPhysics Free Edition on a rotating basis. It’s kind of like the flavor of… Read more »
In the past couple weeks, The Register and VMware KB articles have highlighted the two latest ESXi bugs – one for 5.5 and one for 6.0. The bugs are significant because they can result in VM communication errors across hosts, and the inability to back them up or even power them on. The good news is that CloudPhysics is in a… Read more »
Wondering what’s new in CloudPhysics? Over the past few months we’ve been focused on building out and updating our analytics inventory of cards to help you better understand and manage your virtual environment. Each new or updated card brings to light important operational hazards that could cause a lot of damage if they blew up…. Read more »
It’s been six weeks since VMware vSphere 6.0 was released on March 12, 2015. How long will it take before the majority of organizations adopt it? Instead of relying on conventional wisdom or user surveys to provide insight, we thought it would be interesting to examine actual upgrade adoption data to see what it tells… Read more »