Introduction to Virtualization Class 1 I teach two courses at work. The first is a Cloud Computing course which my first two videos were based on and the other is a VMWare vSphere 5 course which this video is based.
Installing XenDesktop is a pretty frustrating experience. I believe that’s why Citrix came out with VDI-in-a-Box to help those interested in a POC build a quick environment. I haven’t looked at the VDI in a Box solution as I’m more
This only makes since as Microsoft will be able to leverage the improvements in Hyper-V to provide a stronger back end for their own IaaS Cloud offering. If successful they could potential challenge VMWare (or VMLimited as they call it)
I live in Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS). Most of the projects I’ve been involved in have been around either building these services or deploying applications built on these services. It’s also easy to
I haven’t had time to review or weigh in on Citrix’s announcement on dropping support for OpenStack and embracing CloudStack. I know since the announcement OpenStack has had a couple of major wins but I don’t think they come close
I’ve been wanting to start posting training video’s and this is a first for the blog. This is an introduction to cloud computing which helps to differentiate Cloud Computing vs Virtualization. Feedback here or on youtube is appreciated.