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Category: Data Center Virtualization

VMware Security Advisory:- VMSA-2010-0004.2

Third one of the week Advertisements

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VMware Security Advisory:= VMSA-2010-0009.1

second advisory for the week

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VMware Security Advisory:- VMSA-2010-0010

Well it is that time again, the release of the VMware Security Advisories. so without further ado.

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Warning ESX U2 and PCoIP

VMware have been touting all over twitter today about an issue but not actually informing us what it was, there have been rather cryptic warning about about a Issue with ESX U2 and VDI,  now these warning have been going out since early morning UK time and it is now 8pm UK time and finally:

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VMware Security Advisory:- VMSA-2010-0002.3

It is that time again, here is the latest security advisory from VMware. it also seems to add more credence to Wil’s post on the future of VMware Server 2.0 as once again the status is affected,but “not being fixed at this time”

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VMware Security Advisory:-VMSA-2010-0004.1

Three of Three

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VMware Security Advisory:-VMSA-2010-0002.2

Two of Three.

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VMware Security Advisory:-VMSA-2010-0009

These were in my mail box on my return from vacation, so as the saying goes better late than never. One of three

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VMware finally announces new VCAP cert

After what seems like an age, and with one of the worse kept secrets ever, VMware have finally “officially” announced their new “inbetweener” certifications,  As if by magic these Certs. are titled [Drum roll Please} VMware Certified Advanced Professional – now I bet nobody saw that one coming 😀 As also expected there are two …

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Major Issue with Change Block Tracking

I was having a conversation with a Developer of a Virtualization Backup software, regarding CBT and he got me very worried,  It appears that there is a major issue with the way VMware handles the indexing of the ChangeID. the conversation went something like below.

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