By Steven Cortez, Senior Systems Administrator based in Greensboro, North Carolina & NetApp A-Team Member In my line of work, I spend most of my time talking to customers. And as a long-time NetApp fanboy (read my other blog supporting Mercy Hospital for a NetApp Innovation Award), a lot of that time is spent talking Read More →

This Post It’s here! NEW Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 is available today appeared first on Veeam Software Official Blog I am happy to announce that NEW Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 is now generally available (GA) and ready for download! This latest version of our flagship product builds even further upon a number of enterprise enhancements introduced Read More →

This Post New Technical White Paper – Configuration Maximums vSphere 6.5 appeared first on Eric Sloof – NTPRO.NL The limits presented in this guide are applicable to ESXi 6.5 host and vCenter Server 6.5. The limits can be affected by other factors, such as hardware dependencies. For more information about supported hardware, see the appropriate Read More →

This Post New Technical White Paper – DRS Performance in vSphere 6.5 appeared first on Eric Sloof – NTPRO.NL VMware vSphere Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) is more than a decade old and is constantly innovating with every new version. In vSphere 6.5, DRS comes with many new features and performance improvements to ensure more efficient load balancing Read More →

This Post BREAKING NEWS at #NetAppInsight – ONTAP VVol Support? appeared first on Why Is The Internet Broken? Along with the announcement that vSphere 6.5 went GA today, I’ve got some pretty cool news that I was just given permission to share, on the caveat that I can’t actually give the “when” portion of this… Read More →

This Post vSphere Replication 6.5, 5 minute RPO for ALL! appeared first on Yellow Bricks I just noticed the following in the vSphere Replication 6.5 release notes which I felt was worth sharing: 5-minute Recovery Point Objective (RPO) support for additional data store types – This version of vSphere Replication extends support for the 5 Read More →

This Post Introducing CloudWatch Events for Amazon EBS Snapshots appeared first on What’s New Starting today, you can monitor and automate action on your Amazon EBS snapshots using Amazon CloudWatch Events. CloudWatch Events provide a stream of events describing changes to your AWS resources. EBS CloudWatch Events fire when a snapshot completes or when a Read More →

This Post Amazon WorkSpaces introduces new Graphics bundles appeared first on What’s New Today we announced the availability of Amazon WorkSpaces Graphics bundles. These new bundles offer a virtual cloud desktop which includes a high-end GPU that supports engineering, design, and architectural applications. Amazon WorkSpaces Graphics bundles apply the same benefits of security, economics, flexibility, Read More →

This Post VMware vSphere 6.5 introduces Broadwell EVC Mode appeared first on To simplify vMotion across CPU generations VMware has introduced Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC). EVC automatically configures server CPUs with Intel FlexMigration or AMD-V Extended Migration technologies to be compatible with older servers. In vSphere 6.5 a now EVC mode has been … Read Read More →