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VMworld 2017 (EU) – Hackathon

Sat, 26 Aug 2017 16:36:00 +0000

So it has been a while 🙂 and my great employer is allowing me to visit VMworld Europe. I saw there was a hackathon, so a great opportunity to bring back an quite old project of mine that I never really finished. physical monitoring tools for your VMware/Cloud environment. So what will we do? might…

Updated VMware Scanner in Python3

Fri, 10 Mar 2017 10:52:01 +0000

Over the years I have been getting frequent request to the source code of the VMware scanner. So I decided to re-write it for python (version 3) and make it available. It actually handles the multi tasking better and is faster scanning. It still shocks me how many VMware servers are directly connected to the…

QNAP supporting VMware VAAI… WOW!

Wed, 01 May 2013 15:25:39 +0000

Like many of you, I have an adorable home lab with a few servers, networking and storage. For my storage I have been using for many years now QNAP devices. Currently I have an TS859pro, which is an older 8 bay model with 8x2TB disks in them running raid6. In general I am happy with…

Work in progress; New version of vAudit with support for VMware View 5.x

Sun, 28 Apr 2013 19:48:16 +0000

I finally got around working on a new version of vAudit. If you do not know what vAudit it, it is a monitoring / auditing tool for VMware View/Horizon environments. The standard logs from VMware View are useless as it logs actions, but not really sessions. For each session there is somewhere a log entry…

Oracle Seriously stepping up the game for Private Cloud Solutions!

Wed, 27 Feb 2013 10:23:40 +0000

I know most of you are VMware Fans out there, I do like to use vSphere from time to time as well 🙂 But working now for a bit more then a year at Oracle I have to say, some very exciting things can happen when you marry great management software, virtualization, database and middleware…

Win a Free Pass to techEd 2013

Wed, 27 Feb 2013 09:55:07 +0000

Here on run-virtual we always like to promote free things 🙂 And one of the leaders in giving free things is Veeam, with their previous awesome home-lab give-a-ways and free passes to IT shows. And again veaam is stepping up to the plate, you can win a free pass for TechEd 2013!  

Vote for the best Virtualization Blog!

Wed, 20 Feb 2013 08:03:51 +0000

Well I never before really got involved with the top virtualization blogs, mainly because I do not consider my blog to be one of them 🙂 But I do think we all, us the people reading the blogs, should really take a moment and participate. Most of the 200+ blogs are run purely on a…

vSphere Analog Alarm/Monitor Box – Part IV

Wed, 30 Jan 2013 21:21:24 +0000

Well I am still making progress with my analog alarm/monitor box, but really still need to come up with a better name for it! If anyone has any suggestions, please shoot! I just finished the board design (I hope it is correct) and ordered a few boards, I should have them just after valentines. All the…

Silence!!! Serious Small ESXi hardware, awesome for you home lab :-)

Mon, 28 Jan 2013 21:15:22 +0000

While I am playing on making cheap, cool hardware gadgets for VMware, others are focused on finding the best possible hardware to run your ESXi (or other hypervisor) on. Alex from the UK has made some real awesome progress on this in the past few days. Using a newly released Intel NUC, which is a…

Hardware Gadget revolution to monitor your datacenter!

Sun, 27 Jan 2013 10:32:59 +0000

Is this a new trend? I hope so! I have been working on my analog hardware monitoring box for vSphere environments the last couple of weeks. This weekend I hope to finish writing my software so I can finally release a full working version. But I am not the only one experimenting with Arduino’s and…