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Get in the NVMe SSD game (if you are not…

Get in the NVMe SSD game (if you are not already) with Intel 750 among others


Get in the NVMe SSD game (if you are not…

If you are or have talked the Non Volatile Memory (NVM) and NVM Express (NVMe) flash SSD talk, however have not yet done the walk, there are some good opportunities to do so. One example how to start walking the talk is get something like the Intel 750 400GB NVMe PCIe Add in Card (AiC) which you should be able to find on different venues including Amazon for $400 USD or less (recently saw the 400GB version for about $309 USD delivered). Of course the question might then be what to do with a NVMe device when you get it which besides running your applications on it, you can find some benchmark and workload generator tools, scripts and examples here.


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VMworld 2016 Healthcare Sessions and Events

VMworld 2016 Healthcare Sessions and Events


VMworld 2016 Healthcare Sessions and Events

Every year preparing for VMworld is a mad race to get the best content in front of customers, partners, and fans. This year at VMworld, we have a number new sessions, and also will be introducing our first VMworld Healthcare Hands on Labs. Breakout Sessions and Quick Talks Breakout sessions are a great way […] The post VMworld 2016 Healthcare Sessions and Events appeared first on VMware for Healthcare IT.


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Remove a vCenter from a PSC Domain

Virtual Me: Remove a vCenter from a PSC Domain


Remove a vCenter from a PSC Domain

With the new architecture for platform services controller (PSC) I expect we will see a lot more vCenter’s joined to a central platform services controller. At one point I had two vCenter’s connected to one PSC. I deleted one vCenter but continued to get the error: Could not connect to one or more vCenter […]]> With the new architecture for platform services controller (PSC) I expect we will see a lot more vCenter’s joined to a central platform services controller. At one point I had two…Read More


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