Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft’

Virtualizing Business Critical Applications on VMware Whitepaper

December 11, 2012 1 comment

I’ve been reading through a great whitepaper published by VMware recently that covers a number of different business critical applications. The Virtualizing Business Critical Applications on VMware whitepaper has plenty of good guidance for Oracle, SAP, Java, Exchange, SQL Server, Sharepoint, Hadoop and also covers support and licensing. The paper also includes all of the leading VMware Partners that are accredited by VMware under their Virtualizing Business Critical Applications Competency to provide services to help you virtualize these business critical applications. (<blatant plug>including IT Solutions 2000, my company</blatant plug>).

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1 Million IOPS Microsoft vs VMware Comparison

March 22, 2012 1 comment

I recently read an article that announced Microsoft and Intel had achieved 1 Million iSCSI IOPS out of a single 10 GbE NIC. This is by no means a small achievement, on the surface at least. When you dig into the article a bit deeper you find out that the headline is not quite what it’s cracked up to be. Want to find out the full story?

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