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Monthly Archives March 2011

VMware vSphere Client for the IPAD

VMware understands the value of tablet devices from different manufacturers and different flavors of operating systems. obviously as stated by market trends that the IPAD has taken about 85% market share in this vast growing market.

Now, every time i walk around i find people with iPads in there hands that they use for variety of stuff including business, education, entertainment, health … etc. to be honest I am writing this post now using word press application for the IPAD. :)

with the portability feature that the cloud promise. the ability to administer the infrastructure from variety of devices has become a major concern for VMware that it has just released an application on 17/03/2011 that act as vCenter client running as an application on the IPAD.

Below are some of the snapshot for the application.

 

 

 

 

 

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VMware vCenter Operation

Since this will be the first post in my blog. I though i will make an announcement myself about the availability of the titled product. VMware has gone high again in their products portfolio to satisfy customer need for a proactive way to manage, and troubleshoot their environment from the bottom-up. the need of the customer to get a solution that could show a root-cause analysis of issues that are happening in their datacenter environment has lead VMware to think about a way to help the customers in making it a reality. and yes when i said datacenter environment i meant the whole stack in term of physical or virtual infrastructure. not only that, but making sure that the environment is compliant with standards in the IT industry, Capacity management, as well as performance management.

The customer needs has gone from just a graphical diagram that shows the characteristics of their environment in term of performance to a complete stack that can easily show where bottlenecks are in a very easy way. The metrics behind these calculation are very mathematically complex in explaining. but the results are graphically shown in multiple metrics. so the only thing the customer need to do is look at this metrics to just find where the issue is at the level of ESX/ESXi and all of its underlying component. when it is easily found.

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