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Brandon Lee is a guest blogger for Vembu. He has been in the IT industry for over 15+ years now and has worked in various IT industries spanning education, manufacturing, hospitality, and consulting for various technology companies including Fortune 500 companies. Brandon is a prolific blogger and contributes to the community through various blog posts and technical documentation primarily at Virtualizationhowto.com
17 12, 2019

Migrating from VMware to Azure Using Azure Migrate – Part 1

By | December 17th, 2019|0 Comments

One of the primary objectives on the task list in most environments today is migrating at least part of the on-premises infrastructure footprint to the cloud. For many, migrating at least part of their on-premises infrastructure to the cloud is extremely beneficial in a number [...]

5 12, 2019

Composable Infrastructure: An Overview

By | December 5th, 2019|0 Comments

Today’s modern data centers are among the most complex and technologically advanced locations on the planet. They sport extremely powerful server and network systems that allow customers to have powerful resources at their disposal for running production workloads. Over the years, the various technologies and [...]

27 11, 2019

Windows Server Hyper-V Licensing Considerations

By | November 27th, 2019|0 Comments

One of the many considerations involved with managing your Windows Server infrastructure is licensing. Licensing plays a key role in determining how you build out your infrastructure as well as what edition of Windows Server you choose for various roles. Additionally, when deploying Hyper-V in [...]

25 11, 2019

Best Practices to backup VMware vSphere Virtual Machines

By | November 25th, 2019|0 Comments

VMware vSphere is arguably the leader in enterprise virtualization today. Used by countless enterprises to host their business-critical workloads, it has great features and capabilities across the board when it comes to manageability, scalability, and high-availability. While VMware vSphere features great high-availability capabilities to your [...]

22 11, 2019

How to create vApp in VMware vSphere

By | November 22nd, 2019|0 Comments

Managing virtual machines and applications comes in many shapes, sizes, and formats. There is an interesting construct found within the VMware vSphere infrastructure environment which you may have seen when installing some types of applications and solutions provided from VMware called a VMware vApp. However, [...]

21 11, 2019

Physical server vs Virtual machine: The Choice is open

By | November 21st, 2019|0 Comments

IT infrastructure has changed drastically over the past decade or more. With the rise of virtualization, organizations have shifted the way business-critical workloads are provisioned, managed, and housed in the infrastructure. Instead of configuring a server workload in a 1:1 fashion with one workload per [...]

14 11, 2019

Windows Server Redundancy Mechanisms for High Availability

By | November 14th, 2019|0 Comments

When designing any system for high availability, one of the basic fundamentals of engineering in any system is to provide redundancy. Redundancy ensures that if you do have failures (you will), there are components or mechanisms in place that will take over for the failed [...]

13 11, 2019

Create Guest Clusters with Hyper-V Shared VHDX and VHD Sets

By | November 13th, 2019|0 Comments

One of the key benefits of virtualized environments is the ability to build very highly available solutions for running business-critical workloads. Today’s hypervisors like VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V have high-availability features that can be enabled at the physical host cluster level that allows virtual [...]