Getting Started with Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) in Azure

Introduction: On the 30th of September 2019, Microsoft announced Windows Virtual Desktop General Availability. Windows Virtual Desktop brings a new era to the End User Computing market where Microsoft takes back the management and configuration of the core Microsoft Remote Desktop infrastructure and allow customers and partners to manage the Endpoint Client and Azure Subscription... Continue Reading →

VMworld Europe – Getting Started with KEMP’s LoadMaster 7th of November 19 12:00 PM – VMTN5103E

I have the great privilege of being selected to present this year at VMworld 2019 Europe, visit my session on Thursday 07 November @ 12:00 on Getting started With KEMP's LoadMaster on VMware [VMTN5103E] “ A introduction into using KEMP Loadmaster's within a VMware environment. Understand the fundamentals of deploying a Kemp and settings to... Continue Reading →

NAKIVO Releases v9 with Support for Physical Windows Server Backup

Introduction Nakivo, a fast-growing software company dedicated to protecting virtualised and cloud environments, announces NAKIVO Backup & Replication v9, which now includes support for Physical windows server backup. This announcement Further strengthens Nakivo's position in the market. Other features include Physical to virtual (p2V) simplifying the migration from Physical Servers to an impressive choice of... Continue Reading →

Whats new With Parallels RAS 17.0

Parallels recently released version 17 of its Parallels Remote Application Server (Parallels RAS). Parallels RAS 17 is an all-in-one solution that enables end users to deliver virtual desktops and business applications simply to many device types including IOS, Android, Mac, Linux and Chromebook. Parallels has previously been positioned as a mid market VDI solution for users... Continue Reading →

Altaro VM Backup v8 Review

Introduction Altaro VM Backup was founded in 2009 and was recognised as one of the first VM Backup products for Hyper-V. 9 years on, the product has made tremendous advances and is now used by over 40,000 customers world wide and is a globally recognised data backup product. The product supports both Hyper-V and VMware... Continue Reading →

VMworld 2018 – Tuesday 6th November General Session 1

This years VMworld was a little later on that pervious years however Barcelona is still sunny and lots of innovation has happened since 2017. This year I did expect to hear more about security and automation using Artificial Intelligence (AI). VMware did not disappoint! https://twitter.com/VMware/status/1059113809787412481 Day one - getting familiar with VM2018's Layout. Same location... Continue Reading →

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