Archive for October, 2009

Free 2nd try if you failed your 1st round on VCP 410

Posted on October 10th, 2009 in Announcement, VCP | No Comments »

Now there are offer for free on 2nd attempt on the VCP 410 exam if you had previously failed your VCP 410 exam.  You may read more information from here.

VMware Data Recovery Mount Show Password Detail?

Posted on October 9th, 2009 in Tips, VDR | No Comments »

I was testing VMware Data Recovery and I found something may disclose to security leak.

Basically my VMware Data Recovery configuration are mounted on Linux Samba network share at “\\xx.xx.xx.44\oper” and “\\xx.xx.xx.44\share” as you can see below.

VDR Network Share

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SRM 4 is ready for VMware vSphere 4

Posted on October 5th, 2009 in Announcement, Virtualization | No Comments »

SRM version 4 had officially released and ready to download from VMware Official Website. Before this, users with SRM will not able to upgrade to vSphere 4 due to the SRM compatible. Now you will be excited to upgrade your existing ESX 3.5 to vSphere 4 with SRM 4. You can read more about SRM 4 from here. You can download the latest copy of SRM 4 from here.

Received my vExpert Certification

Posted on October 2nd, 2009 in Virtualization | 5 Comments »

I had just finished a busy week in Singapore about the Cisco UCS bootcamp. When I reach my home just now, and found that the vexpert certification had reached my home. I had been waiting for months to have this and would like to thanks VMware who award this to myself.


Here is the certificate for vExpert 2009. Thanks VMware.

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FCoE End to End Solution with Cisco Nexus 5000 and Netapp Storage

Posted on October 1st, 2009 in Hardware, Server, Virtualization | No Comments »

FCoE will be the next trend for most users to be adopted. Previous post I had explain about the high level architecture from Cisco UCS. Here I will describe the FCoE end to end solution which is slightly different with the UCS architecture. Please note that both architecture is similar but it does not same to each others.


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