Exchange 2013 demo videos August 30, 2013Posted by vbry21 in Exchange 2013, Microsoft Training.
Tags: demos, Exchange 2013, Microsoft
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One of the courses I teach is the 20341B Core Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013.
As part of my teaching the course I like to produce demo videos, these videos have some advantages.
1) My demos always work.
2) The demos happen faster as we don’t have to wait for the software to install.
3) I can’t type, so in the demo my typing appears a lot better.
4) I can show them time and time again.
To view the demos go to my You Tube page and look for the 20341B playlist.
I hope the videos are useful.
VMware vSphere 5.5 What’s New? August 28, 2013Posted by vbry21 in VMware blogs.
Tags: VMware, vSphere 5.5
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At VMworld this week VMware introduced VMware vSphere 5.5, VMware vSphere 5.5 introduces many new features and enhancements that further extend the core capabilities of the vSphere platform. The core vSphere ESXi Hypervisor enhancements in vSphere 5.5 include the following:
• Hot-pluggable SSD PCIe devices
• Support for Reliable Memory Technology
• Enhancements to CPU C-states
Along with the core vSphere ESXi Hypervisor improvements, vSphere 5.5 provides the following virtual machine–related enhancements:
• Virtual machine compatibility with VMware ESXi 5.5
• Expanded support for hardware-accelerated graphics vendor
• Graphic acceleration support for Linux guest operating systems
In addition, the following vCenter Server enhancements include:
• vCenter Single Sign-On Server security enhancements
• vSphere Web Client platform support and UI improvements
• vCenter Server Appliance configuration maximum increases
• Simplified vSphere App HA application monitoring
• vSphere DRS virtual machine–virtual machine affinity rule enhancements
• vSphere Big Data Extensions, a new feature that deploys and manages Hadoop clusters on vSphere from within vCenter
VMware vSphere 5.5 also includes the following storage-related enhancements:
• Support for 62TB VMDK
• MSCS updates
• vSphere 5.1 enhancements
• 16GB E2E support
• PDL AutoRemove
• vSphere Replication interoperability and multi-point-in-time snapshot retention
VMware vSphere 5.5 also introduces the following networking-related enhancements:
• Improved LACP capabilities
• Traffic filtering
• Quality of Service tagging
For more info on all of the above new features, have a look at VMware’s vSphere 5.5 What’s New document.