Browsing Posts published in November, 2015

Reading Time: 3 minutes As you probably know VMware vSphere 6.0 had a critical issue con its Change Block Tracking (CBT) implementation that can impact all incremental backup with “VMware native” backup program (all agent-less implementation using the VMware VDAP API). This issue occurs due to an issue with CBT in the disklib area, this causes the change tracking information of I/Os that occur during snapshot consolidation to be lost. The main backup payload data is never lost and it is always written to the backend device. However, the corresponding change tracking information entries which occur during the consolidation task are missed. […]

Reading Time: 2 minutes During the past weeks, Platform9 announces interesting new management capabilities to their SaaaS solution. Platform9 have an interesting product for making private cloud easy using a public cloud enterprise service (according to a SaaS model) based on OpenStack platform (we can call it as an OpenStack as a Service). They goes in GA on January 2015 first with only KVM support, then in August 2015 they add also the VMware vSphere support.

Reading Time: 2 minutes Veeam Endpoint Backup 1.1.x may have an issue with Windows 10 machine updated with the latest big update. Windows 10 support has been introduced in version 1.1 and it works well, but after the Threshold 2 (or Fall Upgrade) some Veeam Endpoint Backup database files could be moved during the OS upgrade procedure. It’s not sure yet if all version are impacted or only Windows 10 coming from a previous major upgrade (Windows.old is normally used to keep a rollback for an in-place upgrade).

Reading Time: 3 minutes One year after the past CloudOps SIG webinar, theCloudOps VMUG SIG will organize a new event with VMware about Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) and End User Computing (EUC) integrations for VMware NSX. Next CloudOps SIG Event: VMware NSX Tuesday, November 24, 2015 – 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. (CST) Registration link

Reading Time: 3 minutes The latest Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 4 add an interesting new features in Hyper-V: Discrete Device Assignment. This feature implement a “device passthrough” for virtual machines running on Hyper-V: users can now take some of the PCI Express devices in their systems and pass them through directly to a guest VM.

Reading Time: 3 minutes Photon Platform is a new infrastructure stack optimized for containers and cloud-native apps. It’s built to be used in API-driven, multi-tenant, high scalable, greenfield environments. You can run on it Docker, Mesos, Cloud Foundry or Kubernetes in a secure environment. The Photon Platform tt’s composed of two main components: Photon Machine, a lightweight “microvisor” based on ESX with Photon OS built-in.With Photon Machine, you can deploy Docker containers on a VMware hypervisor that includes built-in, mature, and enterprise-ready capabilities. Photon Controller, a distributed and multi-tenant, API-driven control plane optimized for scale, churn and high-availability. It manages […]

Reading Time: 2 minutes Microsoft has just released the Technical Preview 4 of Windows Server 2016, the next generation of Windows Server that will provide a wide range of new and enhanced features and capabilities spanning server virtualization, storage, software-defined networking, server management and automation, web and application platform, access and information protection, virtual desktop infrastructure, and more. To evaluate it just go to the download page:

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