Multiple Hypervisors Ahead: Proceed with Caution

Multi-hypervisor management tools are great for common provisioning and monitoring tasks, but they fall flat when it comes to deeper functionality, which provide the most value. Looking past the feature parity and marketing hype in the hypervisor market, there are … Continue reading

Microsoft Hypervisor and OS Support Conflict of Interest

A few weeks ago, I followed some back and forth commentaries comparing Microsoft’s Hyper-V to VMware’s vSphere. There was a lot of discussion on the features of Hyper-V and vSphere, which touched on the support of guest operating systems. It … Continue reading

Review – Foundation for Cloud Computing with VMware vSphere 4

I just received a copy of “Foundation for Cloud Computing with VMware vSphere 4” by John Arrasjid (@vcdx001), Duncan Epping (@duncanyb) and Steve Kaplan (@roidude). I was one of the lucky people to receive a copy of this book by … Continue reading