Scott's Weblog The weblog of an IT pro specializing in virtualization, networking, open source, and cloud computing

New Virtualization Wiki

Rynardt Spies of VirtualVCP hit me up via e-mail yesterday to let me know about a new virtualization wiki he’s launched. It’s called Vi-Pedia.

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IT Knowledge Exchange

I’ve blogged for SearchVMware.com a couple of times, and their blog, Virtualization Pro, is hosted on IT Knowledge Exchange. It wasn’t until just recently that I noticed what IT Knowledge Exchange (ITKE) was really all about.

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What If Hypervisors Shared a File System?

This is more of a “thinking out loud” sort of post, so bear with me. It doesn’t necessarily have a point, other than to prompt readers to start thinking.

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Alas, BladeVault is No More

It doesn’t take long these days: yesterday the bladevault.info and bladevault.com domains, owned by friend and colleague Aaron Delp, expired. Today they were picked up by an unknown registrant and are serving up ads.

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Blades and Virtualization Aren't Mutually Exclusive: Part Two, IBM Power Sizing

By Aaron Delp

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Virtualization Short Take #26, Hyper-V Edition

I’ve been seeing an increasing amount of coverage on Hyper-V, especially with all the hype (sorry, no pun intended) surrounding Windows Server 2008 R2 and the next version of Hyper-V. Kudos to Ben Armstrong aka “Virtual PC Guy”, who pumped out almost all of these articles and is really generating some good content. I don’t want this to be a blatant rip-off of his content, but I did want to share this information with my readers. All the credit goes to Ben!

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Blades and Virtualization Aren't Mutually Exclusive: Part One, HP Power Sizing

By Aaron Delp

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Welcome, Aaron!

I’m very excited to announce that we’ll be adding content from a new author very shortly. Who is this new author, you might ask? Fellow ePlus colleague and engineer extraordinaire Aaron Delp has agreed to begin contributing content here on my site!

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NetApp VIF Member Limitations

I’ve written a couple of times about NetApp virtual interfaces (VIFs), which are Data ONTAP’s name for a link aggregate using either EtherChannel or dynamic LACP. The earlier articles I wrote are:

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I'm Writing a Book!

On the heels of being selected to speak at Virtualization Congress 2009, I’m also very excited to announce that I will be writing a book!

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