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What do you need to create private cloud? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Siva   
Wednesday, 20 August 2008 02:11

Automation, Configuration  & Compliance:

  • vCloud Director
  • vCenter Configuration Manager

SLA Management:

  • Integrien Alive
  • vCenter Site Recovery Manager
  • vCenter Chargeback

Resource Optimization:

  • CapacityIQ
Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 November 2010 09:46
PC over IP - PCoIP PDF Print E-mail
Written by Siva   
Saturday, 07 July 2007 01:54

PCoIP protocal delivers PC over network.

Samsung NC240 23.6" Wide LCD with PC-Over-IP Technology is excellent thin client.


Executables that you need in VMware environment:

VMware-view connection server-4.5.0-293049.exe
VMware-view agent-4.5.0-293049.exe
VMware-view composer-2.5.0-291081.exe

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 November 2010 10:02
7 Best Practices for Physical Servers Hosting Hyper-V Roles PDF Print E-mail
Written by Siva   
Wednesday, 06 August 2008 11:29

1. Avoid Overloading the Server
Determining the number of virtual machines that will be hosted on the Hyper-V server and the workloads they will be handling is critical. The version of the operating system that will be installed on the physical server can help in this regard, so the first “best practice” is to consider using Windows Server 2008 Datacenter x64 with Hyper-V. The Datacenter x64 edition supports up to 64 processors, 2 terabytes of physical memory, and 16 failover cluster nodes for Quick Migration scenarios and allows unlimited virtual machines to be run in Hyper-V. Selecting a Server Core installation provides added benefits, including enhanced security and lower maintenance.

2. Ensure High-Speed Access to Storage
For storage, consider using a storage area network (SAN) that is configured with highspeed (10,000 rpms or greater) drives (SATA or SAS) that support queued I/O and Raid 0 +1 configurations. You can use either Fibre Channel or iSCSI SAN hardware.

3. Install Multiple Network Interface Cards
4. Avoid Mixing Virtual Machines That Can Use Integration Services with Those That Cannot

5. Configure Antivirus Software to Bypass Hyper-V Processes and Directories
6. Avoid Storing System Files on Drives Used for Hyper-V Storage
Do not store any system files (Pagefile.sys) on drives dedicated to storing virtual machine data.

7. Monitor Performance to Optimize and Manage Server Loading


Last Updated on Monday, 01 November 2010 13:17
Differences between a SnapView clone, Mirror, and snapshot? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Siva   
Sunday, 10 August 2008 17:12

1) A clone is a full copy of data in a source LUN. A snapshot is a point-in time "virtual" copy that does not occupy any disk space.

2) A snapshot can be created or destroyed in seconds, unlike a clone or mirror. A clone, for example, can take minutes to hours to create depending on the size of the source LUN.

3) A clone or mirror requires exactly the same amount of disk space as the source LUN. A snapshot cache LUN generally requires approximately 10% to 20% of the source LUN size.

4) A clone is an excellent on-array solution that enables you to recover from a data corruption issue. Mirrors are designed for off-site data recovery.

5) A clone is typically fractured after it is synchronized while a mirror is not fractured but instead is actively and continuously being synchronized to any changes on the source LUN.

Last Updated on Friday, 29 October 2010 02:33

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