Month: November 2017

Microsoft Azure and VMware? Not so fast!

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In August this year, VMware and Amazon announced that VMware Cloud on AWS was available! (Atleast from Oregon) Which essentially means VMware based infrastructure running on AWS hardware. And this was the highest attending session on VMworld this year, so the interest is…

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Cisco Umbrella–What is it?

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I’ve just been introduced to Cisco Umbrella now even though I’ve heard the name before, I haven’t actually tried it yet until now.  Umbrella comes from the OpenDNS Business purchase that Cisco did a while back, and is essentially a service to secure…

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Microsoft Azure Reserved instances and pitfalls

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Microosft recently released Reserved Instances back to Microsoft Azure (Yes it was the before, but was pulled and is now back) which can provide a huge discount on running virtual machines in Azure which are static in nature. With Reserved instances you commit…

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Comparison between Horizon Cloud and Citrix Cloud on Azure

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The last couple of weeks I have been working with VMware Horizon Cloud for Microsoft Azure, and tesing the bits and pieces about the platform, and especially I’ve been looking at how it compares against Citrix Cloud in general. Therefore I decided to…

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More info on VMware HCX

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After looking into the blog post announcements on VMware HCX after VMworld I decided to get a bit more info what HCX actually is. This blog post will try to summarize what it is and what it can do. HCX is not a…

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