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Datrium DVX goes GA

Datrium DVX goes GA

Datrium DVX goes GA

Advertise here with BSA I wrote an article about Datrium DVX when Datrium came out of stealth about 6 months ago. I am not going to rehash that as I think it was pretty clear around what Datrium DVX is. Datrium DVX is a combination of “host local data services” and network accessed storage capacity. This basically means that […] ” Datrium DVX goes GA ” originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow Duncan on twitter – @DuncanYB.


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Are You Neglecting Disaster Recovery Testing…

Are You Neglecting Disaster Recovery Testing Your @VMware Environment?

Are You Neglecting Disaster Recovery Testing…

According to the most recent figures a whopping 73 percent of all companies around the world do not have adequate disaster readiness preparations. About 60 percent lack any completed disaster recovery plan , while one-third of those businesses with a plan have not tested to see if it works or not. Sixty-five percent do try to test their plans, but do not pass their own tests.


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VMware vSphere 6 – evaluation till now

VMware vSphere 6 – evaluation till now

VMware vSphere 6 – evaluation till now

????? ???? VMware ?? ?? vSphere 6 ?? ??? ???? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? 2015????? ??? ??????? ????????? ???????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ?? ???? ?? VMUG Egypt??? ????? ????? ??? ???? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?????? : ?? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ???? ?????? ?? ???? ?? ????? ?? ?? Lab ? ???? ?????? ?? ???? ????? ??? ?????? ?? ????????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ??????? ??????? ??????? : ???? ?????? ??????? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ????? ?? ??…Read More


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PowerShell Friday: Snapshots

PowerShell Friday: Snapshots

PowerShell Friday: Snapshots

Virtual machine snapshots areuseful for sysadmins, since theypreserve the state of a virtual machine’s virtual disk and, optionally, virtual memory before upgrading an application for example. VM Snapshots are also taken by a lot ofbackup applications for VMs at the start of the backup and then removed at the end of the backup. Since the original vmdk is frozen and all changes are written to the snapshotfile it can get big real fast, especially on machines that do a lot of write actions. Next…Read More


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