With the advent of Office 365 and a raft of SaaS applications now available, I’ve been a big fan of Linux on the desktop for quite a while. Customers are no longer forced to use Windows unless they choose to – other options are available. In this session we learn more about the exciting opportunities available with Linux in the EUC space. Continue reading
This might just be the shortest blog post in history, but I spent a disproportionate amount of time today getting this to work so I thought I’d share it (plus I’d know where to find it in future). In both production and the lab environments we use F5 LTMs to load-balance our VMware Horizon View traffic. Continue reading
Recently I got myself into position where I lost a VMFS partition containing some vital lab VMs. Unfortunately, this was during a quick migration, where the words “what’s the worst that can happen?” were used. Continue reading
Yesterday I decided it was time to rebuild my VCSA. Being a brand new one, I thought it would be a good opportunity to replace the default untrusted SSL certificates with genuine ones issued from my in-house Microsoft Certificate Authority. Continue reading
We’re using Chef at our company to help us solve our compliance and automation challenges. To enable the software to connect to the servers in our estate first however, there needs to be some sort of agent or remote shell running. For our Windows hosts this can be WinRM, but it is not enabled by default. Continue reading
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