Posts Tagged ‘esxi’

Routed vMotion: Why?

Recently, a customer ¬†asked me, “What are the limitations around vMotion across an L3 Clos?”. That question prompted me to re-raise the issue via a discussion I had on Twitter.¬†This post documents my thought process on why vMotion at the routing layer is a requirement in the modern data center. Read the rest of this entry »

Building a Multi-Tenant Veeam Replication Target

Intro

Ok, so it’s been a while, but I’ve been very busy building a few new products :) Honestly I don’t know how the other bloggers manage to get time to blog if they’re actually doing work as well, but I digress….

The task laid upon me was pretty simple in it’s definition:

“Provide one or more ways for a customers to replicate their on-premise VM’s to a cloud provider in a scalable and secure manner”

… simple, right? Not so much…. Read the rest of this entry »

New Home Lab: CniLab 1.0 (Part 1)

Well, since I’m moving on from my current workplace which has a fantastic lab environment, I thought it was probably about time to build myself a testlab at home. I’ve done a fair bit of research into what others have done, as well as looking at a variety of SMB sites. Ultimately, I want to create something that meets my own needs, not anyone elses though.

Why CniLab?
After seeing Simon Gallagher’s vTardis, I thought “damn that’s a cool name for a vm-lab”, not to mention a very nice setup in general, so being a complete geek; I set about thinking up a name for mine. Read the rest of this entry »

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