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Jeffrey Kusters is a VMware vExpert.
20 01, 2020

How to migrate VMs from VirtualBox to VMware

By | January 20th, 2020|0 Comments

Introduction When we talk about Virtual Machines (VMs) we always talk about VMware VMs. VMware has been dominating the x86 virtualization market for years. There are still other vendors out there that also deliver x86 virtualization solutions. One of those is Oracle VirtualBox for example. [...]

23 07, 2019

VMware Virtual Disk Thick vs Thin Provisioning – Complete Comparison

By | July 23rd, 2019|2 Comments

What is disk provisioning in VMware? When you create or provision a VMware Virtual Machine, Virtual Machine data is stored inside a virtual hard disk. It is a virtual construct representing a physical disk. i.e, Virtual hard drive files are attached normally to virtual machines [...]

22 04, 2019

VMware vSphere Editions and Licensing – A complete walkthrough

By | April 22nd, 2019|0 Comments

Ever since its inception in the 2000s, VMware’s hypervisor ESX(i) has dominated the market for server virtualization. Over the years, VMware has introduced many new features and also made fundamental changes to the product. Based on that, VMware altered the licensing model and packaging. Let [...]

8 01, 2019

How to implement a Multi-Availability zone, Multi-Region configuration with Vembu BDR Suite

By | January 8th, 2019|0 Comments

In my previous post, I explained how the concepts of Regions and Availability Zones can help you implement an Availability and Recoverability strategy that protects your data on the highest level. This blog post will explain how to configure Vembu BDR Suite as described. A [...]

18 05, 2018

Availability and Recoverability strategies for multiple Availability Zones and Regions

By | May 18th, 2018|0 Comments

Every business has specific requirements with regards to the availability (uptime) of their applications. Digital transformation is gradually evolving applications of nearly every type of business into business-critical applications. When applications are unavailable, most companies are unable to run their business. While ‘born in the [...]