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If a host doesn't automatically power off as expected, check for conflicting VMware DRS rules that could prevent this power-saving feature.
Integrating your IPAM server with System Center Virtual Machine Manager allows for end-to-end IP management, even with multiple virtual networks.
VMware makes moving a VM from one datastore to another simple with Storage vMotion, but the details of how the feature works are much more complex.
VMware's vCenter Log Insight gives systems administrators a tool to troubleshoot both their virtual environment and physical devices.
There are times when VMware's vCenter Log Insight needs a nudge to troubleshoot an underperforming vSphere data store.
Getting the newest ESXi platform running in a home lab requires some ingenuity if the necessary drivers aren't in the general availability release.
A new tool from Spoon virtualizes any browser and streams it from the Web, which helps cut through some of the more annoying app demands.
While journeying through your virtual desktop migration, two important steps are to ensure VDI uptime and data availability -- especially on the go.
Before you deploy VDI, you need to take stock of your applications, how often they're used, and how users access them. Plus, make a long-term plan.
OpenLDAP configuration isn't for the faint of heart. LDAP pros weigh in on what you should and shouldn't do when deploying the directory server.
Server refresh cycles can be more nuanced than a rip and replace of used servers. Consider these options for longer server lifecycles.
When a process fails, go for the kill. You know how to start and stop Linux services, but what happens when you need to kill one?
Offloaded data transfers include a number of hardware and software requirements, but they can support virtualization.
When you enable ODX file transfers, consider the necessary support to make them happen as well as taking baselines.
Learn more about this storage system option, which can speed up data transfers and simplify computing overhead.
While it’s tempting to do integration tactically, it’s better overall to go the strategic route. Inside this article, Beth Gold-Bernstein offers compelling reasons and some initial insight.
Inside this e-guide, you'll be able to dig deeper into why BPMN use is increasing and where the standard is headed.
Do you know that Web Services testing is different from conventional testing? Find out just how different they really are in this complimentary e-guide for our members.
Social CRM tools have hit the mainstream. Companies that don't monitor what customers and competition are saying about them could get left behind.
Community software gives customers a new avenue to voice their opinions and grievances, but high-touch interaction is still part of customer service.
Customer support software exploits community forums to address customer support issues in a low-cost way.