Microsoft and VMware Partner Up as Microsoft Virtualization Changes Direction

Microsoft and VMware Partner Up as Microsoft Virtualization Changes Direction

Microsoft Hyper-V is going away and is not included in Windows Server 2022.  You’re probably thinking that it wasn’t that long ago that it felt like Microsoft and VMware were the arch-est of archenemies.  Hyper-V and ESX were leapfrogging each other in capabilities and both developed a following.  VMware made a solid foray into public […]

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vSphere 7.0 U1/U2 Important Upgrade Notice

vSphere 7.0 U1/U2 Important Upgrade Notice

** August 2021 Update ** First, the fine print:  This is suggestive content to be used at your discretion.  Products, processes, and procedures below are not sanctioned, supported, warrantied, or otherwise recommended by WTG, Dell, or other OEMs. We’ve researched this and are making the following suggestion.  For modern Dell servers, for example, you will [...]Read More »
VMware: What’s new in vSphere 7.0

VMware: What’s new in vSphere 7.0

  On March 10th, VMware announced the newest version of vSphere 7.0, in case you missed the announcement, here are some highlights. vSphere 7.0 comes in two different editions- vSphere 7.0 The new generation of vSphere for existing enterprise applications. Two editions Standard and Enterprise Plus vSphere 7.0 with Kubernetes The new generation of vSphere […]

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