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Cost Calculator for AWS

Do Hybrid Clouds Make Cents? Cost Calculator For AWS

It is no secret that organizations are increasingly looking into hybrid cloud solutions to get the best of both private and public clouds. And judging by recent announcements, service providers are paying attention. Last week Amazon augmented their existing AWS offering with a new desktop-as-a-service, while VMware this year launched its vCloud Hybrid Service (vCHS)… Read more »

CloudPhysics Makes vSphere 5.5 Upgrades Safer, Easier And Faster – For Free

VMware recently released a new version of its flagship product – VMware vSphere 5.5 – with loads of new features. You may be planning to upgrade your servers to this release in the near future. But as we all know, software upgrades are prone to risks and careful planing is necessary especially when dealing with… Read more »

CloudPhysics Knowledge Base Advisor Makes It Easy to Sidestep Operational Hazards

Datacenters are becoming more complex than ever, and hardware and software vendors are continuously publishing Knowledge Base articles and best practices to help you fix issues and avoid pitfalls. But if you are like most administrators, it’s difficult to pinpoint the important signals in the midst of all the KB noise. Many ignore these advisories… Read more »

CloudPhysics eliminates VM snapshot bloat

Dealing with VM Snapshot Bloat in Your Virtualized Datacenter (or “How Larry Saved $5000 in 5 Minutes”)

For those new to CloudPhysics, one of the easiest ways to get immediate value is to try “Snapshots Gone Wild,” one of the many apps – called “Cards” – available on our intelligent operations management platform. With Snapshots Gone Wild, you can quickly discover VM snapshot bloat and pinpoint where you’re wasting disk space and… Read more »

The Question: Neo and Trinity

The Question

“It’s the question, Neo. It’s the question that drives us. It’s the question that brought you here. You know the question, just as I did.” — The Matrix Great companies start from simple problems It began with a simple question: “How many virtual machines can sit on my datastore?” And so CloudPhysics was born. As… Read more »

vSphere support with Knowledge Base Advisor

Personalize and Simplify Your vSphere Support with the New Knowledge Base Advisor Card from CloudPhysics

We know that getting the reliable vSphere support you need has never been easy. This is especially true as the vSphere world continues to get increasingly complex. Today when things go wrong in your datacenter, it can take hours or even days to get the answers you need. This time and resource drain is not… Read more »

vSphere reporting with Card Builder

New Card Builder from CloudPhysics: Visibility and vSphere Reporting for the vSphere Admin

Although everyone from admins to CIOs appreciate the advantages of virtualization, chances are your company is still in a fog as to what’s really going on across your ENTIRE organization. Why? As environments have grown in size, so has complexity. Yet it is faster than ever to provision new VMs resulting in VM and server… Read more »

CloudPhysics lets you share info with others.

Shared Cards, When Web Conferencing Just Doesn’t Work

CloudPhysics is announcing a new feature today which allows you to share cards. Shared Cards let you invite anyone you wish to see a selected card. E.g. Want to show a support person or a partner your Host Inventory card? Now you can. Just provide their email address, and they will be able to see… Read more »

CloudPhysics Datastore Space

New CloudPhysics Datastore Space Card Answers Those Two Huge Questions (Then Hundreds More)

As any admin worth his or her salt will tell you, when it comes to storage it all boils down to two fundamental questions: “When am I going to run out of storage?” and “Why am I running of out storage?” Two simple questions for sure. But there’s never been an easy answer to either,… Read more »