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or other sale or transfer of Clearwater’s assets
Posted on Tuesday September 08, 2020

Home Privacy Policy Privacy Policy Clearwater 2020-06-05T11:49:58-05:00 Privacy Policy. Effective on:  July 12, 2018 Purpose: This Privacy Policy (“Policy”) explains the personal information that Clearwater Compliance LLC (“Clearwater”, “Our,” “We,” or “Us”) collects from you, or that you may provide to us, through our websites, …

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Clayton & McKervey is led by Rob Dutkiewicz
Posted on Tuesday September 08, 2020

How We Help Service Approach. Affiliations. Communications & Technology. Meet Our Team. Our Videos. Testimonials. Our Story. Home. About Us. Our Story. Over 60 years of dedication. our story & our goal. Our firm was founded in 1953 by Don Schmaltz and was called Schmaltz …

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17:15 Closing Panel
Posted on Tuesday September 08, 2020

Rikke Jansen. VR Artist and developer Rikke Jansen is an experienced games artist and technical artist, having been in the field for more than a decade. She discovered VR three years ago and saw the potential in the platform by discovering social VR. She’s been …

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Kayzerfish and most recently Kuti
Posted on Tuesday September 08, 2020

Ralf Hebecker. Hamburg University of Applied Sciences Since 2012, Ralf Hebecker has been Professor of Games Design and Production at the University of applied sciences Hamburg (HAW Hamburg), from 2006-10 he taught as lecturer for Interaction Design at Otago University in New Zealand . He is …

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2012 by Pierre Hall
Posted on Tuesday September 08, 2020

Tag Archive | operating systems September 21 2012 by Pierre Hall. in. Leave a comment. Get modern stay modern. It has been a few weeks since I last posted but with holidays, the odd global sporting event and growing schedule of product releases – it has …

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The Myth of the Millennial Social Movement
Posted on Tuesday September 08, 2020

The Myth of the Millennial Social Movement . 7 05 2013 Hardly a day goes by without me hearing a senior executive at some major company cite the growing influence of the upcoming “Millennial Generation” as the reason for their foray into the enterprise social world.  …

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Bildwerte – Visualität in der digitalen Medienkultur
Posted on Tuesday September 08, 2020

Bildwerte. Conference “Clash of Realities”. Bildwerte – Visualität in der digitalen Medienkultur. Gundolf S. Freyermuth / Lisa Gotto (Hg.) With the transition from industrial to digital culture new visual media are emerging – but they do not come out of nowhere. They emerge gradually, in …

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Imprint – Cologne Game Lab
Posted on Tuesday September 08, 2020

Imprint. Imprint. The Cologne Game Lab is an institute of TH Köln which is subject to public law and represented by Prof. Dr. Stefan Herzig as president. TH Köln – University of Applied SciencesCologne Game LabSchanzenstraße 2851063 KölnGermany Contact person: Judith Abend – Public Relations The facts and …

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PSVRTM HEADPIECE STORAGE & DISPLAY
Posted on Tuesday September 08, 2020

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VMware  New product  Annoucments.
VMware  New product  Annoucments.
VMware  New product  Annoucments.
February 3.

2015        Leave a comment                So

some of you may have heard, VMware made a big announcement today (well, yesterday in US time) about a number of new product / upgrade launches.
Given below is a summary of what was  announced .
I will post more detailed articles about each topic over the coming weeks, as and when I managed to plough through the  marketing  layers and gotten to the real technical details for each offering.
VMware OneCloud:-  This seems to be a new spin to what was previously called Hybrid Cloud (combination of on premise vSphere private cloud + the vCloud Air managed  networking  services + vCloud Air public cloud platform service working as one).
VMware Integrated OpenStack (VIO):- Free for the VMware  enterprise  plus customers which provides a VMware integrated OpenStack distribution.
This is a good one…!.

For those who are new to OpenStack (including myself)

OpenStack is an open source, cloud operating system that allows you to control large pools of compute (managed by the “Nova” module and is compatible with KVM, VMware, XEN, Docker…etc), storage (block storage managed by the “Cinder” module)  and networking (project Neutron) recourses in a datacentre.
To put it differently.

OpenStack is a collection of open source software

bundled together under a single framework, that let you manage number of hypervisors (KVM, XEN, vSphere) to provide a cloud computing platform.
With whats announced today, .

Existing OpenStack solutions can connect to vSphere via the installation of VIO software
VMware support is also on for VIO now
OpenStack management packs also available for vCops

vSphere 6.0:-  Finally…!.
Over 650  new features  added to vSphere platform.
Some key ones are vVols, big data for Hadoop support, 64 hosts per cluster (2X), 4X the VM’s per host supported, cross vCenter VMotion,  long distance  VMotion, Fault Tolerance for multi processors – up to 4 vCPUs (yeah boy.!!) & vCenter enhancements to support bigger environments.
I will be aiming to produce a separate,  dedicated  article  to cover this release.

Also announced were vCloud suite 6 & vCenter Operations suite 6.0

I believe there’s also added graphic supports available in vSphere 6.0 for VDI deployments (especially when deployed with the likes of NVDIA GRID cards with vsga support).

VMware vSAN 6:- I’m not a big fan of vSAN personally yet

but if you are, you may find this interesting.
Again, will produce a more detailed post in time about new features.
Rack awareness support through a concept of fault domains seems interesting (provided that you power you racks from different, redundant power feeds.
Otherwise this is practically of not much use).
Virtual SAN Snapshot Manager fling is available through the fling site (though I haven’t been able to find this yet within the flings site).
vSphere Virtual Volumes:-  Storage policy based management.
Probably the single biggest addition to vSphere platform in my view.
NetApp was a reference case partner for vVols since way back and provide vVol support with Clustered Data OnTAP (cDOT) for VMware from day 1 and of course there are many other storage vendors announcing support too.
vCloud Air Enhanced Disaster Recovery:- vCloud Air for DR was already available as an offering before.
15 Min minimum RPO is still the same as still based on the vSphere replication adaptor. But some new additions include easier fail back (from vCloud Air back to on-prem) now, and easier offline seeding capability (for the initial synch using offline disks),  up to 24 recovery snapshots on vCloud Air (DR), vRO (Orchestrator) integration with a new plugin are all the details I have on new additions at this stage.
vCloud Air Advanced Networking Services:- If you run VMware NSX in your on premise environment, you can now extend that network to VMware’s public cloud platform, vCloud Air public cloud.
(this used to be somewhat possible with vshield edge products earlier, .

But todays announcement now allows NSX customers to do this too by the looks of it)

Think stretched VXLAN between on premise and cloud.
Some the features offered here seems similar to some of the features what Cisco Intercloud offers.
In addition.

Inherent NSX features such as Micro segmentation (distributed firewall)

dynamic routing & up to 200 virtual interfaces (NSX edge interfaces behind the scene) per vDC within vCloud Air are now available (I believe NSX is rolled out in the EMEA version of vCloud Air platform based in UK datacenters so these features are now fully supported).
Great set of announcements….
vSphere 6 and vVOLs are the biggest ones I like most….
Time to start dipping in to the technical nitty gritties of everything now.

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