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In Part 1 of this blog, we discussed some items that need to be addressed to successfully run ESXi from an SD card or USB drive. Most specifically the syslog files, core dump, and VSAN traces files (if VSAN is enabled).
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What happens when you combine PS Series and SC Series storage in the same environment? PSC Series? CompelLogic? Hmm… well, whatever you want to call it, you get two great storage systems coexisting together. Ah, that's the word we're looking for — coexistence.
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What did your workday look like? You’d wake up every morning, commute to the office and start solving problems. Some days, the problems couldn’t wait – 6AM conference calls, email bombardments, systems going down - all before you hit the snooze button.
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Note: Dell does not offer support for Windows Server 2016 at this time. Dell is actively testing and working closely with Microsoft on WS 2016, but since it is still in development, the exact hardware components/configurations that Dell will fully support are still being determined.
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Dell World 2015 takes place in Austin in a couple of weeks, Oct. 20-22, and I am eager to talk security with our customers, partners, press and analysts.
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It goes without saying that with big data comes big responsibility. That means it’s up to our organizations to find the line of acceptable use in our policies and support ethical behaviors to the best of our abilities.
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In the wake of the recent OPM cyber breach, federal CIO Tony Scott recently announced a 30-day “Cybersecurity Sprint” requiring agencies to immediately take steps to improve protection of federal information and resilience of federal networks.
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Are you tired of the manual effort to manage your IT environment or the redundancy of using multiple point solutions? Are the risks of a security breach or the costs of lost productivity becoming too high to ignore?
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Most IT administrators walk into heterogeneous computing environments every day knowing they’ll have to manage computers and servers running several flavors of Windows, Mac OS X, UNIX, Linux and, more recently, Chrome OS. Efficiently managing such multi-platform environments is not easy.
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In my last post, I described the Dell KACE-Dell Enterprise Mobility Management combination for bringing all of your organization’s traditional, mobile and BYO devices under one umbrella in a single systems management product.
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An adaptable IT infrastructure is critical in helping enterprises match specific workload requirements and keep pace with advances in computing technology.
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OME and DRM are two great products of Dell Systems Management product lines. OME and DRM play vital roles for Data Center management, moreover these two products act remarkably well when interacting with each other.
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Did you know – Dell VMware supports documents are posted at VMware GA and these documents gives you elaborative information on getting started with VMware in Dell PowerEdge servers.
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VMware vSphere (ESXi) 5.1 U3 is an update release from VMware to VMware vSphere 5.1 branch. This release primarily includes bug fixes and security updates from VMware.
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I have been working together with our RAID storage team on some guides for configuring HA clustering on Linux. The first whitepaper we published was on clustering on VRTX with RHEL. This is a whitepaper on clustering with SLES 11 SP3. It is available at: http://en.community.dell.
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Biosdevname is a utility used to help map Linux Ethernet devices to their physical location in a system. Traditionally in Linux, ethernet devices have been named ethX, which may or may not correspond to the Lan-on-Motherboard (LOM) numbering in the system.
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Tien brings more than 15 years of product marketing experience from the semiconductor and storage industries. He has an MBA from McGill University and an Electrical Engineering degree from the University of British Columbia.
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Tien brings more than 15 years of product marketing experience from the semiconductor and storage industries. He has an MBA from McGill University and an Electrical Engineering degree from the University of British Columbia.
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Dell EMC World 2017 has officially kicked off and there are a number of activities going on both on the ground, and virtually. To keep track of the event agenda, visit httpwww.dellemcworld.com/agenda.htm for more details and view live streams. If you want to keep track of what's going on with the
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The Dell TechCenter Rockstar program started several years ago and has been a leading community recognition program since inception. Likewise for the EMC Elect program. And now the two programs have been combined into one, the Dell EMC Elect.
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