Month: February 2016

Goliath IT Analytics for Netscaler

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Working with NetScaler an almost a daily basis I usually have a good idea when something it not working as it should or when something is plain out wrong. Might also be that end-users are experiencing issues with a particular web service or…

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Veeam 9 Scale-out backup repositories

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So what did backup with v8 used to look like? A backup-job was attached to a file repository, the problem was that if the repository was getting low on space, which might happen from time to time. We could either clean up, try…

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NetScaler and basic functions, status of vServers and ICMP ARP operations

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Sometimes when setting up a new NetScaler and migrating virtual servers from an old one to another, it is quite often that one might forget to disable or shutdown older vServers. Now NetScaler has features to disable different network settings, so this post…

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Storage Wars–HCI edition

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There is alot of fuzz these days around hyperconverged, software defined storage etc.. especially since VMware announced VSAN 6.2 earlier this week, that trigge alot of good old brawling on social media. Since VMware was clearly stating that they are the marked leader…

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Free eBook on Optimizing Citrix NetScaler and services

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So alas, it is here! This is something I have been working on for some time now, and my intention is that this is just the beginning  of something bigger.. (Hopefully) For a couple of years now I have been writing for Packt…

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Getting started with Web based server management tools in Azure

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Yesterday, Microsoft released a public public of some tools that Jeffrey Snover showed of at Microsoft Ignite last year, which was in essence basically just Server manager from within the Azure portal. This tools is aimed for its first release to manage Windows…

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A better explanation on Framehawk

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After speaking with Stephen Vilke (One of the brains behind Framehawk) the other day, he elaborated on what Framehawk actually is and what it actually isn’t. You know I have been caught up thinking about Framehawk as a simple display protocol and ran…

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Vmware Horizon 7 announced

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Earlier today I saw on a couple of blogspost that Vmware was going to announce Horizon 7 later today. So when I read the posts I was blown away in what type of features that are coming in the release. So what’s included…

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Application virtualization vs Application layering

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So this is a blogpost which is mostly about the session I had on NIC this year, where I held this presentation. Where I talked about different technologies from the app-virt and app-layering landscape and discussed the benefits / cons using these types…

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Office365 on Terminal server done right

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So this is a blogpost based upon a session I had at NIC conference, where I spoke about how to optimize the delivery of Office365 in a VDI/RSDH enviroment. There are multiple stuff we need to think / worry about. Might seem a…

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