I found this in the Sahara desert. It looks like a fancy rock. But what it is actually is Sahara sand that has been hit by lighting. I took a small piece since I had to put it in my pack to get home. But I think this looks really cool. Which is why I … Continue reading Is this a rock, or what?
Helllo all, I used to use the test below before I told clients there new servers were ready for hosting virtualized apps. I also use it in my lab too and I thought it might be helpful for other people so I am adding it to my blog. Run VMware's memory tester overnight. It is … Continue reading Success Criteria – for VMware hosts
Hello all, I hope that this article helps people with their own survival kits. This kit is carried in my daypack which is used for hiking. I have taken two survival course, one civilian and one military (which was two weeks long) and I have a lot of experience in the back country. I have … Continue reading My survival kit contents
This is an interesting feature, and I am looking at it to help out IT at work (plus I am curious). But, I am finding not much info, and some conflicting info. I am going to write up what I think is right and add a few questions and we will see if anyone knows … Continue reading Using Proactive HA
I guess I should have called this how to be successful with BCDR. I have heard of people saying DR orchestration tools just works. It doesn’t quite mind you. It is a BCDR tool so it is only - at best - 15% of a BCDR project. The rest is the investigation and learning you … Continue reading How to be Successful with DR Orchestration Tools