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VMware vSphere News

  • April 09, 2015 09 Apr'15

    Nimble InfoSight goes deeper into monitoring with VM support

    Nimble Storage enhances InfoSight's service and analytics portal, concentrating on virtual machine monitoring that could tie into its VVOLs support.

  • April 06, 2015 06 Apr'15

    VMware VVOLs redefine storage

    VMware has been shaking up data storage for years, and its VVOLs technology just might revolutionize it. The newly introduced VMware VVOLs have vendors scrambling to support it or risk becoming irrelevant in the virtual machine storage market. VVOLs should make configuring and allocating storage easy while providing traditional networked storage services.

    Many companies use cloud storage services, but few have significant amounts of data in the cloud. Uneasiness about having data offsite, as well as security issues, still dog cloud storage. Hybrid implementations pairing on-premises storage with cloud storage are becoming popular, with vendors offering a variety of products and services.

    Now in its 10th year, the Storage magazine/SearchStorage.com Quality Awards poll readers about the service and reliability of data storage products. Read the results of our latest survey on enterprise-class arrays.

  • April 06, 2015 06 Apr'15

    Symantec delivers Backup Exec 15 to support VMware releases

    Symantec, soon to be known as Veritas, brings out Backup Exec 15 on the heels of VMmare's vSphere 6 release to support the latest VMware technology.

  • March 31, 2015 31 Mar'15

    SanDisk FlashSoft bundled with caching software, SSDs

    SanDisk upgrades FlashSoft server-side caching software to work better with VMware, Windows and Linux, and packages it on its Fusion ioMemory PCIe card and Ascend solid-state drives.

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  • Avoid CPU affinity if a VM needs a performance bump

    Setting CPU affinity on a VM will probably cause performance to degrade and make the VM much harder to manage. Continue Reading

  • Move away from the LUN for storage snapshots

    Howard Marks discusses creating storage snapshots, the move to virtual workloads and the death of the LUN. Continue Reading

  • The new face of scale-out storage

    There are plenty of new approaches to address ever-growing data needs, including scale-out vs. scale-up designs, the shift from hierarchical file systems to object storage, and the Hadoop Distributed File System. Pretty soon there will be absolutely no excuse not to store every crumb of data ever created.

    Delivering Windows applications remotely is another area that could use some improvement, especially in today's age of tablets and mobile devices. App transformation takes existing Windows applications and intelligently delivers them to the target device, similar to how responsive web design principles package web pages differently depending on whether the client is a traditional PC, tablet or smartphone.

    VMware, meanwhile seems to have hit a home run among users with its latest release to its venerable vSphere virtualization platform. Some things, it seems, get better with age.

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