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Picking a Motherboard and Processor to use with Virtualization

When selecting you hardware, there are many factors to consider; How many Virtual Machines do you want to run at a time? How busy will these Virtual Machines be? If you are getting ready to P2V a bunch of virtual machines, then you should use Perfmon (In a Windows Environment) to take a benchmark before proceeding. In this article, I am not going to focus on sizing your environment, but rather making sure that the hardware you select is going to be compatible with what you want to do. **Note, this Read more […]

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Published Applications vs Application Virtualization

Portability of Software is the ability to run the same software on a number of different systems.  One of the goals of many software developers are to be able to write the application once, and run it on as many platforms as possible.  A similar goal of Systems administrators is to ensure you can run software with as few conflicts as possible Typically when one thinks of portability of software in the context of virtualization, two things come to mind, Published Applications and Application Virtualization. Read more […]


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How to Install Citrix Xenserver

This article is content I migrated from a previous site I had created. The information may be a bit out of date In this video I explain where to get Citrix Xenserver and how to install it. I use a Virtualbox Virtual Machine in my demonstration, however you would not want to run Xenserver in a Virtual Machine in your production environment. I can’t really think of a situation where you would want to do that. I hope you enjoy the video, and be sure to send me any questions you have either by commenting Read more […]