Citrix vs. VMware, who comes out on top?

There is an ongoing battle for dominance in the virtualization field, and lines are being drawn. Whose side are you on? Myself, being a VMware evangelist, I obviously side with VMware. That being said, I don’t feel as if I am offering a biased opinion. I’ve been to Citrix’s Maryland headquarters in Bethesda, and they…

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VMworld, I’m most excited about…

3 days to VMworld 2010, and lot’s to be excited about. Today’s “VMworld, I’m most excited about..” deals specifically with networking. I’m most excited about the networking opportunities that are available to you if you attend VMworld 2010. No, I don’t mean you can plug in some cat5e, or configure spanning-tree portfast on a Cisco…

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VMworld, I’m most excited about…

Another day close to my first ever trip to VMworld, and another post on what I’m most excited about. Today I’m most excited about finally finishing up my VMworld schedule. First off, there are way too many things to see and do, and way too many parties. If I was to attend them all I…

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Win the Ultimate vSphere Reference Library and more

THE CONTEST IS CLOSED. THANKS AGAIN TO ALL OF OUR DONORS, AND THANKS TO ALL WHO TWEETED THIS CONTEST AND ENTERED THE CONTEST. I’LL RECORD THE DRAWING TONIGHT AND POST THE WINNER FIRST THING TOMORROW MORNING With the anticipation of VMworld 2010 (US) building every day as we near August 30, I thought it would…

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vSphere Client Caching

vExpert Guest Post: Jason Boche Are you a full time VI Administrator? Managing a large environment with several vCenter Servers? Is providing vSphere Client connection parameters on a regular basis giving you Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? Following are a few tips which may help you out by reducing the amount of data entry you have to…

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Lab Manager Installation 101

Has your company bought the VMware vCenter Lab Manager software, plopped it on your desk and asked you to get it up and running by close of business? Or maybe you’ve ventured out and decided you want to implement it in your infrastructure and you company has given you the funds to do it….either way…

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VCP 4.1???

If you are a current VCP on VMware vSphere 4 or looking to get certified to become one, you are probably wondering if you need to upgrade or if the exam blueprint will change. As far as I know, if you are currently a VCP on vSphere 4 you will not have to upgrade, just…

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