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Last Updated on 30 July 2015, Total: 701 Articles and Tutorials

Virtualization Articles and Tutorials including topics on Microsoft Hyper-V, VMware ESX, Citrix XenSource, Application Virtualization, and more.

13 Application Virtualization Articles
19 Citrix Articles
1 Citrix Presentation Server
40 Cloud Computing
102 General Virtualization Articles
223 Microsoft Hyper-V Articles
12 Product Reviews
160 Terminal Services
39 VDI Articles
85 VMware ESX and vSphere Articles
7 VMware Server, Workstation, & Player Articles

Latest Articles and Tutorials

  • Taking a Close Look at Hyper-V Host Properties in SCVMM 2012 R2 (Part 2) 30 July 2015 Nirmal Sharma

    In this part of the article series, we will continue from part one and explain other items that are available on the Hardware tab, but our focus is geared primarily towards storage devices attached to a Hyper-V host.

  • Taking Control of VM Sprawl (Part 6) 28 July 2015 Brien M. Posey

    This article continues the discussion of VM sprawl control by looking at some techniques for extracting event log information using PowerShell.

  • What’s New for Hyper-V in Windows Server Technical Preview 2 22 July 2015 Janique Carbone

    This article describes some of the major new features in Hyper-V released in the Windows Server Technical Preview 2.

  • Taking a Close Look at Hyper-V Host Properties in SCVMM 2012 R2 (Part 1) 16 July 2015 Nirmal Sharma

    In this article series, we are going to take a close look at all the configuration tabs that are available on the property page of a virtualization host.

  • Cisco ACI Programmability - Using REST APIs 14 July 2015 Lauren Malhoit

    I thought I’d take a break from the series of writing how to setup Cisco ACI and talk a little bit about the programmability features available within ACI. Any of the other articles I’ve written where I’ve shown how to set things up using the GUI, you can also do by using REST API calls to the Cisco Application Policy Infrastructure Controller (APIC). You can write python scripts incorporating these calls to orchestrate things, or we can simply just use a REST client, available for free, to make API calls that will do anything from setting up the initial fabric to creating End Point Groups and probably anything else you can think of.

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