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  • […] VMware and Red Hat both have used Kickstart as the method to install and configure the hosts. Using the %pre and %post settings, there was nothing you could not get done during installation. VMware has moved forward with the auto deploy service in conjunction with host profiles to automate installation with centralized management. Auto deploy is not complete, in my opinion; there remains the final hurdle of tying it all together with an interface for the service inside of vCenter Server, thus getting away from having to use PowerCLI to configure the service. […]

  • […] utilizing server virtualization. Panzura’s CloudFS global file system complements existing VMware functionality like VMotion, increasing the value enterprises get from their virtualized […]

  • VMware to Revolutionize Operations Management with Log Insight | Dan Gorman's Technology News

    August 15, 2013 at 9:43 AM

    […] VMware has announced its log management product – Log Insight. Log Insight is priced at $200 per monitored OS instance (per VM pricing) and is to be available in Q3 of this year. VMware’s own vSphere environment is the first targeted environment, and the two first use cases is Operations Management. Right now this is clearly a 1.0 offering competing with a very mature Splunk Enterprise offering – but there are some very interesting short term and long term dynamics at play. […]

  • How Many VM’s Can I Run? | sendilsadasivam

    September 11, 2013 at 10:13 AM

    […] we look at the physical limitation of VMware ESX server, the number of virtual machines you can run is 300 virtual machines per host. Just […]

  • […] and this announcement just confirms my thoughts that Tintri is on a great path for them and for VMware virtualization in general. With that said, it does seem to expose Tintri’s Achilles’ heel in […]

  • […] mobile device management (MDM) and enterprise mobility management (EMM) markets still reeling from VMware’s $1.5B purchase of competitor AirWatch, Good Technology has announced that it is purchasing […]

  • […] should have been posted on Friday when it appeared. Regardless, it seems that VMware has just introduced a re-certification policy that will expire legacy VMware Certified Professional […]