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Reading Time: 5 minutes VMware Horizon version 7.6 was released on September 2018, with a lot of new features, and now VMware has just released the new version of VMware Horizon: version 7.7 has several improvements as documented in the release notes. Definitely VDI is not dead, and each year is an important year for VDI and EUC. And not only Horizon 7 version 7.7 has been released, but also VMware Horizon Client 4.10. Other products remain at the same version (VMware ThinApp 5.2.4, VMware Mirage 5.9.1, VMware App Volumes 2.15.0 and 3.0, VMware User Environment Manager 9.6.0). More information on […]

Reading Time: 3 minutes Few months ago Runecast reach the v2.0 milestone of their Runecast Analyzer, a solution that provides software-defined expertise to mitigate service outages, increase security and compliance and reduce time in troubleshooting. Runecast Analyzer supports and proactively helps you protect the VMware SDDC stack and actually was supporting vSphere, vSAN and NSX monitoring.

Reading Time: 3 minutes The Dell Boot Optimized Storage Solution (BOSS) is a new option for the installation of the hypervisor part, in a virtualization enviroment, or more important in a hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) host! The dual SD option was already present in all PowerEdge, also in previous generations, and was a good choice to separate the hypervisor from the disks or simple use diskless based solutions. And was a good option for vSphere ESXi when servers were only used as a compute nodes.

Reading Time: 3 minutes Every year, the VeeamON Virtual online event brings together more than 2,500 industry experts to showcase the latest technology solutions for data hyper-availability. During this event, Veeam explores the challenges of data growth and inevitable data proliferation, the threats they pose to data availability and protection, and the steps to be taken to achieve Intelligent Data Management.

Reading Time: 3 minutes NAKIVO is continuing releasing new versions of its main product, and now, after NAKIVO Backup & Replication v8.0  there is the new v8.1 release which introduces a breakthrough solution for data protection automation. This latest version of the software revolutionizes the way businesses manage their data protection routines by reducing manual work to a minimum. In addition, v8.1 provides for universal recovery of any application objects.

Reading Time: 2 minutes Red Hat has announced that it has acquired NooBaa, an early stage company developing software for managing data storage services across hybrid and multicloud environments. The addition of NooBaa’s data management technology augments Red Hat’s existing portfolio of hybrid cloud offerings and helps advance Red Hat’s position as a leading provider of open hybrid cloud technologies.

Reading Time: 3 minutes As you probably know, VMware vSphere Data Protection (VDP) is the builtin “backup solution” for vSphere and was first introduced with vSphere 5.1 (see VDP: the new VDR in vSphere 5.1). But VMware has decided its End of Availability (EOA) and VMware vSphere 6.5 was the last release to include vSphere Data Protection and future vSphere releases will no longer include this product. VMware want to focusing its investments on vSphere Storage APIs – Data Protection to further strengthen the vSphere backup partner ecosystem that provides better 3rd part native backup products. For sure it’s […]

Reading Time: 4 minutes INFINIDAT has several storage product, included one specific for the public cloud: Neutrix Cloud. With Neutrix Cloud, it is easier than ever to centralize your cloud storage and provide simultaneous access to multiple public cloud services. Run enterprise applications natively on your virtual private cloud while utilizing adjacent enterprise-class storage.

Reading Time: 3 minutes Rubrik has just announced the new Rubrik Andes 5.0 to deliver automated backup, recovery, archival, search, cloud, and development in a simple, scale-out platform built for the hybrid cloud. Rubrik Andes is the company’s 14th and most significant release to date of its Cloud Data Management (CDM) platform, that supports for the key modern operating environments in the enterprise, including: VMware, Hyper-V, AHV; physical environments such as Linux and Windows; and AWS, Azure and private clouds.

Reading Time: 3 minutes The last week I’ve realized an article for the StarWind blog and focused on the design and architecture of VMware vCenter and PSC topologies (see VMware vCenter and PSC topologies). Some days ago, there was an interesting post from Emad Younis, on how the external PSC deployment it’s not only an old approach, but will also become no more supported in future release of vSphere (see: External Platform Services Controller, A Thing of the Past).

Reading Time: 6 minutes Veeam Backup & Replication does not have a native integration with “entry-level” NAS appliance, but there are some different options if you want to configure a Veeam repository on a NAS hardware appliance. The most common option is just to use the CIFS/SMB protocol on the NAS appliance and connect the repository as a network share. But for some NAS appliances there is also the possibility to export a LUN with iSCSI and then you can connect it with a software iSCSI initiator to the Veeam Backup Server and use as “local storage”.

Reading Time: 2 minutes On April was released Docker Enterprise Edition 2.0 and now it’s the turn of Docker Enterprise Edition (EE) 2.1  the next leap forward for the leading container platform in the industry and the only one designed for both Windows and Linux apps. With Docker Enterprise 2.1, is possible improve Windows Server application migration program, organizations get the best platform for securing and modernizing Windows Server applications, while building the foundation for continuous innovation across any application, delivered anywhere.

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