Welcome to BlogNotions' Virtualization Blog

The BlogNotions Virtualization Blog delivers a diverse series of perspectives provided by thought leaders in the virtualization space. Presented by NetLine, this forum delivers compelling updates on the latest technologies being implemented, discussions of best practices, case studies of creative virtualization execution, and much more. Here you can find helpful information, ask questions, and collaborate freely.

Security Disaster Recovery Plan

In the last three virtualization and cloud security podcasts, Mike Foley, Sr Technical Marketing Architect for vSphere Security, mentioned security disaster recovery plans. There is a growing need for such plans. The 174th podcast covered this need, as well as the why and the how of putting such plans together. Unlike… Read More Security Disaster Recovery […]

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VDI Needs Hypervisor Integration

One of the big issues for virtual desktop infrastructure has always been controlling the cost per user without compromising the user experience. Another common thing has been that the largest VDI vendors each have had their own hypervisor. One of the significant elements of controlling cost is to automate the… Read More VDI Needs Hypervisor […]

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vSphere 6.5 High Availability New Features – Proactive HA

vSphere 6.5 released with lot of new features that most of them were waiting for. vSphere 6.5, the latest version of its industry-leading virtualization platform.  This new release of vSphere features a dramatically simplified experience, comprehensive built-in security, and a universal app platform for running any app. As usual with the release of each vSphere version,It […]

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Cloud: The Great Disaggregated Everything

As I’ve thought about how to implement high-performance, very large-scale networks within a secure hybrid cloud, I have come to the conclusion that the cloud works best with disaggregated network functions. This is the goal of network function virtualization, or NFV, but the real problem is knowing what functions to… Read More Cloud: The Great […]

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Ivanti, the New Home of AppSense

AppSense, for so long a presence in the VDI/RDSH market, was recently acquired by LANDESK, a company that only months later merged into another company along with HEAT software. The resultant company that comprises these various software products is now called Ivanti, and it represents quite a broad spectrum of… Read More Ivanti, the New […]

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On-Premises Serverless

One of the big trends of 2016 was the rise of “serverless” application architectures. The most visible was AWS’s Lambda product, but Microsoft has Azure Functions, and Google has Cloud Functions. But what about organizations that want serverless but must run their IT on-premises? Cloud services are not an acceptable… Read More On-Premises Serverless|TVP Strategy

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Login PI 1.5 released by Login VSI

Today Login VSI released a new version of their end-user computing monitoring tool Login PI (1.5). Login PI is a monitoring tool that measures the performance and availability of a virtual computing environment from a user perspective. New Features in this release: New Dashboard Network latency measurements Logon time breakdown New Installer that contains an […]

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vSphere 6.5 Blog Posts

This post contains the collection of all vSphere 6.5 blog posts in VMwareArena and its Child websites. vSphere 6.5 released with lot of new features that most of them were waiting for. vSphere 6.5, the latest version of its industry-leading virtualization platform.  This new release of vSphere features a dramatically simplified experience, comprehensive built-in security, and […]

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VMware Horizon DaaS for Service Providers

Many organizations are nowadays busy with questions regarding the IT Cloud. It’s not the question if they want cloud services, but more when and how. Some organizations are still busy with Cloud strategy whilst other organizations are already embracing cloud with services like SaaS or IaaS. One of the cloud related topics is around the […]

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Register for my VMUG Session – How did VMware IT Achieve a Non-Disruptive Disaster Recovery Test ?

For those who have missed my VMworld Session STO7443 – How did VMware IT Achieve a Non-Disruptive Disaster Recovery Test in 90 Minutes for 900 Terabytes of Storage and 2000 Production Virtual Machines?, There is an another chance to attend my session in VMware User Group (VMUG Session) which will be a webcast happening on Wednesday, December […]

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