Following on from the VMware licence change announcements, detailed here. I thought I’d take a quick look at the accompanying PowerShell module to see what… Read More »Extending – Counting CPU licenses needed under new VMware licensing policy
Presenter – Martin Hosken
- VMware Cloud Provider Vision and Strategy
- Managed Service Provider and VMware Cloud on AWS
- VMware Cloud on AWS technical deep-dive
- How can MSP consume this model
VMware EMPOWER – Planning Your Migrations to VMware Cloud on AWS
Session Presenter – Andrea Siviero, VMware Principal Architect
Come and learn how to accelerate cloud migration without complex conversions and run you applications on VMware Cloud on AWSRead More »VMware EMPOWER – Planning Your Migrations to VMware Cloud on AWS
VMworld 2017 Announcements – VMware Cloud on AWS In what was probably the most anticipated and perhaps least surprising announcement in the early press releases… Read More »VMworld 2017 Announcements – VMware Cloud on AWS
Azure Nested Virtualisation announced!
I’m a little late to pick up on this with client engagements and holidays occurring at the time of the announcement.
Last month Microsoft announced availability of nested virtualisation in Azure. Read More »Azure Nested Virtualisation
There are certain things in the IT world, that are if we’re being frank are unforgivable, chief amongst those is failing to patch the operating systems in your IT estate. So what options do we have for Azure Patch Management?
There is a very small set of circumstances where you might be forgiven this cardinal sin. Perhaps your running a legacy application that requires an OS that cannot be patched (HMS Windows XP?). In those circumstances, expectation would be that you take comprehensive steps to protect the workloads using alternative methods, network isolation etc.. If you are not dealing with a workload in those circumstances then there is really no excuse for not having a patching regime!