Recently I made the decision to temporarily move away from VMware VSAN. Whilst there was a lot of things about VSAN that I liked (close integration with the vSphere platform for example), my home lab exists to enable me to evaluate a number of different solutions. Continue reading
I’ve long been an advocate for using Distributed vSwitches (dVS) in vSphere. The single point of management, coupled with added functionality such as load-based teaming and NIOC, is a huge advantage over Standard vSwitches.
However, there’s always Continue reading
Following on from the success of the Scottish VMware User Group meeting in Glasgow, I will be speaking at the North-West England VMUG in Manchester on Wednesday 25 May. I will be hosting a session titled “How to ensure your VDI implementation doesn’t run like a three-legged rocking horse”. Continue reading