Category Archives: Hypervisor

YAvLP – Yet Another vSphere Licensing Post

I was recently asked to write up my thoughts on the new vSphere5 licensing. In our current environment we have approximately 56 physical processors and 1536GB of memory spread across 18 servers. This infrastructure is supporting close to 500 virtual … Continue reading

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My Take on the vSphere 5 Licensing Kerfuffle

Update: I’ve posted a link to new information from VMware at the bottom of this post. I’m too busy right now building my XenDesktop environment on our FlexPods to digest all of the big cloud and other announcements coming out … Continue reading

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Virtualization Platform Choice

Like most large IT organizations I’m familiar with, we run VMware vSphere as our virtualization platform. ¬†When we began to plan for my virtual desktop rollout, the consensus among most of the IT admins involved in the discussions was that, … Continue reading

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