Category Archives: VMware

Enterprise Architecture @ Swansea University

So a brief summary of EA @ Swansea – what’s what etc. One Enterprise Architect – Me.  One Solution Architect assigned to the Dev Team to architect in house developments, plus two Business Analysts. Frameworks –  Best described as based … Continue reading

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vSphere 5.1 VSA some observations

I’ve been looking into vSphere 5.1’s Essentials Plus free Virtual Storage appliance (VSA). So first a few gotchas – first it requires four NICs before it’ll install, and it seems to take over all spare storage, leaving no local storage … Continue reading

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VMware – Killing paradigms and Re-inventing the mainframe

So I Listened to Paul Maritz keynote from VMworld 2011 yesterday.  He was making some bold predictions, which of course will come back to bite him! First, of course, the death of the PC – this has always been touted, … Continue reading

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