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How to Upgrade from ESX/ESXi 4.1 to ESX/ESXi 4.1 Update 1

Its been almost 3 months since VMware released an update for its vSphere 4 product. I've began upgrading my lab and clients and wanted...

vSphere Client: Call “Service Instance Retrieve Content” for object “Service Instance”

If you are new to vmware and are using vSphere client to connect to newly deployed ESXi server, you may see an error message...

Mapped direct-access LUN that is not accessible error

On Vmware ESX or ESXi: If you are trying to Vmotion a Virtual Machine (VM) that has a Raw Device Mapping (RDM) attached, you may...

VMware vSphere Now Bundled with Intransa VDMR Appliances

EMC World 2011 Intransa, The VideoAppliance Company, today announced the availability of VMware vSphere integrated with Intransa’s Video and Data Management & Retention (VDMR) Appliance....

CloudBees Opens Up Java Platform as a Service to Private Clouds

RUNcloud Private Edition brings scalable, easy-to-use Java cloud application deployment to enterprise on-premise environments with support for OpenStack and vSphere Company joins OpenStack community to...

VMware Unveils Cloud Management Service for SMBs

Comprehensive Cloud Service Simplifies IT Management, Increases Productivity and Gives SMBs Rapid On-ramp to VMware vSphere VMware, Inc., the global leader in virtualization and cloud...

Microsoft Exchange 2010 on VMware – Availability and Recovery Options

By leveraging the inherent benefits of a VMware-based platform, a Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 deployment on VMware vSphere offers a choice of several availability and recovery options, each providing varying levels of protection and cost.

Hyper9 Announces Cloud Cost Estimator for Virtual Environments

Hyper9, Inc., the enterprise-class virtualization management company, today announced its latest product release focused on bringing greater transparency to the “black box” of virtualization initiatives. The solution features a Cloud Cost Estimator Lens, a customizable dashboard that uses data and analytics to estimate how much it would cost to run a company’s virtual machines on Amazon EC2.

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