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A sneak peak of PernixData VFD5 presentation

Tomorrow, June 24th Tech Field Day kicks of its 5th Virtualization Field Day. Those that follow PernixData know that we use Field Day events to reveal big news. For example, at Storage Field Day 3 we announced FVP to the world (video here), and then at SFD5 we announced Infrastructure...

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PernixPros participating in FVP beta programs

The PernixPro program select members on a few criteria, the level of involvement in the virtualization community, expertise and if a customer apply for the PernixPro program previous interaction with PernixData employees. These three factors are important for us as multiple groups within PernixData interact with the PernixPros. On a...

When your Home Lab turns into a Home DC

A little bit over a year ago I decide to update my lab and build two servers. My old lab had plenty of compute power, however they were lacking bandwidth, 3 Gbit/s SATA and 1 Gb network bandwidth. I turned to one of the masters of building a home lab,...

ESXi Host NIC configuration Poll

Recently I've been dedicating my time to writing a book with my colleagues and we need your help on getting some accurate statistics about ESXi networking. Please fill out this short poll: http://nl.surveymonkey.com/s/ZS3YVTX

Ballooning, Queue Depths and other back pressure features revisited

Recently I’ve been involved in a couple conversations about ballooning, QoS and queue depths. Remarks like ballooning is bad, increase the queue depths and use QoS are just the sound bits that spark the conversation. What I learn from these conversations is that it seems we might have lost track...