When powering on virtual machines in my Hyper-V lab, all of them gave Error 3278 failed to change state of the VM.
They were working yesterday. All my drives working? What did I do? What changed? Yeah, 9 times out of 10 it’s the later. Continue reading “Error 3278 or How I blew up my Hyper-V Lab”
I’ve consolidated my RSS Feeds, Public OPMLs, Twitter Lists, and Blog Roll in HTML all on one page the > Information Firehose Page
AWS, Cisco, Citrix , DevOPs, DevProgramming, DFIR, Exchange, LinuxBSD, MalwareReversing, Microsoft, NeedSorting (Yes, this is a category), NetScaler, Network, Podcast, PowerShell, Security, SecurityAwareness, Storage, Technology, Virtualization, VMware, YouTube, and Archived. Continue reading “Information Firehose – My RSS Feeds, Public OPMLs, My Twitter Lists, and the Blog Roll in HTML all on one page.”
Let’s get vSphere!
But where to start? You want to deploy VMware vSphere as your virtualization platform but…
What’s an Addon?
Do I need a kit?
What do all these features do?
Does the kit come with a screwdriver?
Continue reading “VMware vSphere Editions Demystified “
Visit Eric Siebert’s blog vSphere-land.com today!
Great posts as well as a wealth of information and resources.
Did I mention resources? Ton’s of them. Continue reading “Top vBlogs 2016”
When I take sips from the Information Firehose, a large portion of it comes from the hydrant that is RSS. So today instead of sipping and imbibing one feed, let’s bust open the hydrant and play in the street like kids. OK, I know it’s the middle of winter but allow a little poetic license. 😉
For those of you who do not know what RSS or OPML means <-visit my posts.
RSS Feeds Categories <- Click here for RSS Feeds and Public OPML link by Categories
Massive and neglected or Massively neglected Continue reading “My List of RSS Feeds: Updated, Sorted, and Culled”
I have a great news for you. If you’ve looked into VMware certifications previously, then you know there has always been a training course requirement. The ~5k is a huge sum for small companies or those self funding to pay for training.
Continue reading “VMware Certified Associate 6-Data Center Virtualization (VCA6-DCV) Certification”
Virtualization is the abstracting of physical hardware and the ability to assign those resources via software.
Prior to virtualization, a single operating system was installed on each server. Servers were assigned specific tasks or functions. Email, file, database, etc. Each of the server workloads have busy and slow periods but are rarely 100% utilized. Continue reading “What is Virtualization?”