VMware vCloud Suite makes Software Defined Data-centers a Reality!!

In one of my previous posts I wrote about VMware vSphere 5.1 – What’s new with this version?, however now it is time to talk about VMware’s vCloud Suite which was launched at VMworld 2012, San Francisco. As you might have heard it was the most comprehensive release of VMware or for that matter any software vendorContinue reading “VMware vCloud Suite makes Software Defined Data-centers a Reality!!”

Oracle Licensing & Support in VMware vSphere Environments

I believe this is one of the most controversial and confusing topic when it comes to licensing of Oracle Applications/Databases on a Virtual Machine running on VMware vSphere platform. During discussions with my colleagues and customers, we debated on some excellent points on this topic. I thought it would be worth blogging about this to spread the correctContinue reading “Oracle Licensing & Support in VMware vSphere Environments”

VMware vSphere 5.1 – What’s new with this version?

As promised, a quick post to see whats changed after 1st day of  VMworld 2012.Well I hope I can keep up with the word QUICK, because of the number of new things VMware has announced in a single day. I will give you the highlights and then some interesting links to follow which will give you tonsContinue reading “VMware vSphere 5.1 – What’s new with this version?”

VMworld 2012 – The countdown begins!!

10 days to VMworld 2012 and I thought I will write about the excitement I see in the x86 Virtualization market. The market is hot as ever and this time the theme is Who is better and Who can fulfill what the customer needs with the most efficient and cost effective solution. I have been working withContinue reading “VMworld 2012 – The countdown begins!!”