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.

How to Add Capacity Disk to VSAN Disk Group

As our infrastructure grows, need for capacity and/or performance improvement also needs to be grown. It is common to allocate and increase the storage capacity in the typical SAN storage provisioned vSphere environment. Storage Capacity can be allocated just in minutes by allocting new LUN’s to the ESXi hosts in the cluster. When it comes […]

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How to Monitor VSAN Performance using ESXTOP

ESXTOP is a fantastic tool for VMware administrators which is inbuilt with ESXi hosts. ESXTOP helps VMware administrators to monitor and troubleshoot performance problems of ESXi host, storage, and virtual machine, etc. We have already talked a lot about esxtop on VMwareArena. I am sure most of the administrators will be aware of the various […]

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Try Nakivo v7.4 Beta And Get an Amazon Gift Card!

NAKIVO develops a fast, reliable, and affordable data protection solution for VMware, Hyper-V, and cloud environments. Over 10,000 companies are using NAKIVO Backup & Replication to protect and recover their data more efficiently and cost-effectively, while over 140 hosting, managed, and cloud services providers are using NAKIVO’s software to deliver VM BaaS and DRaaS to their customers.With NAKIVO […]

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Query Disks for VSAN Eligibility using vdq command

VMWare vSAN is the VMware’s software-defined storage platform which delivers flash-optimized, secure storage. vSAN pools together server-attached storage to provide a highly resilient shared datastore suitable for any virtualized workload including business-critical applications, virtual desktops, Remote IT, DR and DevOps Infrastructure. VMware vSAN is the distributed layer of software that runs natively as a part of the ESXi hypervisor. Disks […]

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Closing My Chapter With The {code} Team

TL;DR Dell Technologies is no longer funding the open source initiative of The {code} Team (read more). I am looking for a new opportunity that touches on areas of containers, kubernetes, docker, cloud native, developer advocacy, golang, nodeJS, and more. Connect with me on LinkedIn, twitter, or view my resume.   In early 2014, I […]

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4 Factors to Consider when Picking a PCB Design Tool

If you pick engineering design software based on the wrong criteria, you will, at best, get a product that takes more time and money to utilize than you’d otherwise spend. At worst, you’ll buy software that fails to meet your needs and gets in the way of work. Here are four factors to consider when […]

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VMware Workspace ONE overview and VMworld 2017

To start, what a great week it was in Barcelona during VMworld 2017. I have met awesome people, had nice conversations and attended some very good sessions. In this blog post, I like to start with one of my two favorite topics during VMworld: VMware Workspace ONE. Workspace ONE I will kick-off with one of […]

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Dell EMC and IBM Offer VMware Solutions on the IBM Cloud

At VMworld in Barcelona, Dell EMC, IBM, and VMware announced further collaboration and accelerating enterprise cloud adoption. Dell EMC’s customers now have access to VMware solutions on the IBM Cloud. IBM has added Dell EMC infrastructure products to the IBM Cloud and expands VMware solutions, enabling customers to now move workloads to the cloud, leveraging the […]

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