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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 8/22/2016!
The post below was written by GreenPages’ Advanced Virtualization Consultant Sean Thulin. It was originally published on his blog.
Windows 2016 is almost here & there are going to be important changes to note around licensing! Back in 2012, Microsoft came out with a Core-based license model for SQL Server, and you probably thought to yourself, did I leave the iron on, this is going to be a hot mess! I have to count now? I have to do math? Come on Microsoft, you make licensing more complicated than coding. Well, for some of us, over the past couple of years we’ve sort of become accustomed to the way SQL is licensed. It’s the direction a lot of manufacturers are going. Around the same time, Microsoft also released Window Server 2012. However, instead of being Core-based, Windows Server’s licensing focused on being CPU or Socket-based. Whether you chose Windows Standard or Datacenter, you were required to license all the physical sockets in the host. The main difference between Windows Standard versus Datacenter was how many VMs you received. Windows Standard allowed you to license two VM’s per license and Datacenter jumped to unlimited VMs per license.
Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 8/15/2016!
GreenPages Enterprise Consultant Chris Williams will be hosting a webinar on August 24th to help IT professionals pass the AWS Solutions Architect Associate exam. The series is brought to you by #vBrownBag and follows the official certification blueprint published by Amazon. If you're thinking of taking this AWS exam, you don't want to miss out!
VMware’s vSphere ESXi 5.0 and 5.1, which is the hypervisor included in vSphere 5.0 and 5.1, is going to end of support (EOS) this summer. Effective August 24, 2016, VMware will no longer offer General Support for these editions. Basically, this means no phone or email support regardless if you are current on your Subscription and Support (SnS) or not.
Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 8/8/2016!
The post below was written by GreenPages Enterprise Consultant Chris Williams and was published on his Mistwire blog.
Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 8/1/2016!
The post below was written by GreenPages' Advanced Virtualization Consultant Sean Thulin. It was originally published on his blog.