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Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 5/23/2016!
VMware announced some changes to its NSX versions a few weeks back and are now actually offering more than one version. Imagine going to Baskin-Robbins and only getting vanilla. Well that had been the case with VMware’s NSX. Now, it won’t be 31 different options of NSX, but there at least will be three. NSX will be available in vanilla, strawberry and chocolate. Whoops, sorry, I mean Standard, Advanced and Enterprise. A better analogy would be Low Fat, 2 Percent and Whole.
Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 5/16/2016!
Today VMware announced that it will no longer be supporting the vSphere C# client in the next major version of vSphere. This really shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone. VMware has been shifting towards this for some time now as they keep improving on their web interface. Earlier, other advanced vSphere functionality as well as plugins such as SRM went web client only. With additions of the embedded host client and a new HTML5 web client fling, it’s clear that this will be the future of GUI management going forward. During a recent discussion on this news, it’s clear there are some concerns about the announcement and the plans going forward.
Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 5/9/2016!
At this point the writing is on the wall: Windows Server is on the road to a headless future. This is not a new development, but it is accelerating with the current state of cloud computing. Let’s look into the history of this progression and some of the reasons this is a good thing for the IT community.
Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 5/2/2016!
I’ve recently worked on several XenDesktop implementations which got me thinking about tips I could share that help make these projects successful. For example, there are steps you need to take in the planning phase that, if handled incorrectly, will lead to a lot of frustration for both your end-users and your IT team. There are also pieces you need to consider after deployment to make sure you will continue to be successful. Below are five tips to keep in mind when you’re deploying XenDesktop.