Category Archives: VMware

Architecting Hyper-V for EPIC Systems Session– March 25th Washington D.C.

There is still time to signup for the March 25th FREE workshop at the Microsoft office in Chevy Chase, MD (Just outside D.C).  There have been a lot great news coming out of Epic Systems regarding running Epic workloads on … Continue reading

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Recent Article: Ten Easy Ways to Extend Virtual Host Resources on the Cheap

These days, many IT professionals are asked to do more with less money, and increasing the efficiency of your virtual host resources may be the only answer in lean budgetary times. Luckily, there are numerous ways to squeeze more VMs … Continue reading

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Recent Article: Highly Available Clusters for Test/Dev Environments?

Traditionally, many organization have utilized standalone hosts for test/dev VMs, but when does it start to make sense to place these workloads on a highly available clustered environment similar to your production VMs?   Where as there are less hard dollar … Continue reading

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Opinion: Virtualization moving to cloud computing pricing models: Is IT ready?

The SearchServerVirtualization.com Advisory Board looks at how VMware’s recent licensing changes toward a more usage based model might effect your organization.  What are the implications of usage-based virtualization licensing models on IT shops? Rob McShinsky, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center As VMware … Continue reading

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