vSoup Episode #5 is now available!
Gabrie van Zanten is our guest in Episode #5, where he explains some of the magic behind his Cheap disaster recovery with PowerShell concept. Management through a single pane/pain of glass also gets a mention. We even manage to find time to go sobbing about how generous and great the virtualization community is.
Is the world ready for DHCP only networks? Or how about production vSphere environments running of USB sticks? Seems like the dutch are, but is the rest of the world?
Episode #5 Linkware:
- Cheap disaster recovery with Powershell
- Powershell Scripts for Monitoring and Visualizing Performance Data
- Using vscsiStats for Storage Performance Analysis
- Using vscsiStats (the full how-to)
- Converting vscsiStats data into Excel charts
- vTardis Cloud
- VMware Auto Deploy – Stateless ESXi
- ESXi and USB failure?
First off, in Episode #4 we had the HA & DRS Technical deepdive up for grabs. We’re pleased to announce that the winner is:
Congratulations Damian Karlson! We’ll be in touch to get your shipping address, and we’ll be sure to get the HA & DRS Technical Deepdive shipped your way as soon as possible.
Bob Plankers has decided to sponsor this episodes grand prize! To celebrate the Green Bay Packers and their win in Superbowl XLV he will provide a lucky listener with a cheese hat and a t-shirt from the University of Wisconsin, Madison! Of course, the lucky winner will have to provide us with a photo of themselves, or a hot loved one, in said outfit.
Competition question: How many DHCP servers did Christian manage to connect to a corporate network, and wreck total havoc?
As before, we’ll number all the correct answers and draw one at random when the next episode is served.
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