Virtualigeek is all speeds and feeds now. So, break out the old school nested virtualization video. Running Windows 10, Windows 8.1 inside of Windows 8.1 VirtualBox host which is running in VMware Workstation 11 on a Windows 7 host. Can you dig it?
I’m really trying to move my everyday computing from the PC to the 13″ Macbook Pro w/Retina that I purchased a couple of months ago. One of the things I still need even on my laptop is a decent VMware lab. As I noted in an earlier post you can’t run the full Windows basedContinue reading “Running a nested vCenter Appliance inside of ESXi on VMware Fusion 5.0”
I took me a while to figure out where the settings for the Network Editor in VMware Fusion 5.0 Professional. Found it so, I thought I’d share a quick video on locating and configuring it.
Episode 5 is all about SDN since you guys can’t get enough of SDN talk. Network as a Service as I wished it Cisco really doesn’t like SDN
In episode 4 – Should AWS and OpenStack mimic VMware’s Cloud model for enterprise adoption VMware should drop the course requirement for the VCP
In episode 3, I talk about the Ars Technica article on VMware vs. AWS and if VMware needs to worry about Amazon’s price cuts. Yet another large company has rolled back their tele-work program. Bestbuy announced the end of R.O.W.E. Last and most fun, we talk about my virtual vs. physical blog post.
I’m on the road in Episode 2 and using the trusty iPad as a content creation tool. I talk about Yahoo, Google Chromebook, VMware Horizon and PaaS vs IaaS in the enterprise.
The first Virtualizeed Geek Tech Talk. We talk about the difference between OpenStack and VMware. You can provide feedback in the comments section.
An experiement to see how many VM’s I could run on my Dell XPS 15 with 16GB of RAM.
My video walk through of configuring a complete vSphere environment in VMware Workstation 8 including the networking needed for nested VM’s.