John Troyer of VMware has reported that the Nominations for this years tranche of vExperts will close at Midnight Pacific time on the 6th of Feb. Further he has stated that those who are lucky enough to be awarding the status will know by email within the “next two weeks”. So that puts it just prior to VMworld Europe. So who knows you may be pressing the flesh of the worlds first vExperts at Cannes.
Good luck to all those who have been nominated.
One of the most important but often overlooked parts of a VI implementation is the ongoing operational requriements post implementation, People often labour under the mistaken belief that it is just another server, and no changes are required.
Now Rodney Heywood on his blog “The Musing of Rodos” has laided that donkey to rest with a very good post on VMware Operations. It is full of interesting questions and can form a very good basis for a operational review on the introduction of VI.
Congratulations on a well thought out and written post.
the multipathing issues in 3.5 U3 has been fixed, I have just received the following email form VMware support
Continue reading “U3 Multipathing issue solved”
Today VMware have announced the release of the View Client to opensource, this is a significant move as it will allow quicker integration of enhancements by vendors. Perhaps even the ability of View to present other remote desktop protocols like RGS, or VNC, those developer chappies are much cleverer then me 😀
You can find the full press release here
For more information on VMware View Open Client, visit http://vmware-view-client.googlecode.com/.
This morning I received the following from Richard Garsthagen at VMware
I definitely want to move forward with this. I will have a look into what times would be best (2 slots) and will send a proposal in a bit.
So it looks like it will go ahead.
Drop by and see us in the Community lounge. there will be some luminaries such as:
Duncan Epping of Yellow Bricks fame
Alan Renouf of powershell fame
Steve Beaver of Tripwire. a veritable god in the Virtualisation world.
Eric Sloof of ntpro.nl one of Holland best known bloggers.
and some bloke called Tom Howarth, don’t know who he is though 😀
We all know how important time keeping is in a Virtual environment and understand the concept of time drift, so we know it is important to configure your ESX host time source. We all know that with ESX 3.5 it can now be done via the VI client, however what about earlier versions. Continue reading “Configuring NTP”
Here is the second of my next guides, this time on how to use nano, Continue reading “How to use nano”
This is the first of a series of posts on basic linux/UNIX command for new users for ESX Continue reading “How to use VI”
In a small environment where storage is in scant supply, you may want to access a Windows share from your ESX server. you may for example have an ISO store on a File server somewhere. Continue reading “How to add access to a NT file for ISO storage in ESX”
To follow on from my previous VMware View posts here as promised is part 2,
Continue reading “VMware View – Installing View Connection Broker”