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Building a Proxmox VE Lab Part 2 Deploying

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In Building a Proxmox VE Lab Part 2 we deploy a small Proxmox VE hyper-converged solution using KVM virtualization and ZFS-backed Gluster storage

Building a Lab Part 3 Configuring VMWare ESXI and TrueNAS Core

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In Building a Lab Part 3 we show how to configure VMware ESXi and TrueNAS Core using iSCSI to create a functioning lab environment

Building a Lab Part 2 Building Our Network

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In part 2 of our Building a Lab series, we take a look at the network setup used to build our lab. We also discuss challenges and what can be done better

Building a Lab Part 1 Planning with TrueNAS and VMWare ESXi

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In part 1 of our Building a Lab series, we discuss planning aspects using pfSense, TrueNAS, VMWare ESXi and low-cost hardware platforms
Dell EMC Ready Solutions For AI And HPC GPUaaS

Dell Brings Turnkey GPUaaS to VMware Using Bitfusion

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Dell is bringing turnkey GPUaaS solutions to its customers enabled through VMware and Bitfusion to ease AI clusters into corporate IT

Small Business Server Solution with Backup DR Capabilities

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We share a recipe for a VMware and Veeam based small business server solution with backup DR capabilities using a Supermicro AMD EPYC 3251 platform

VMware Tanzu and Cloud Foundation 4.0 for Enterprise Infrastructure

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VMware Tanzu and Cloud Foundation 4.0 are designed to deliver Kubernetes atop vSphere 7 to help enterprises manage a multi-cloud VM and container world

Licenseageddon Rages as VMware Overhauls Per-Socket Licensing

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We discuss how the per-socket Licenseageddon we predicted is happening as VMware overhauls their licensing model to be socket and core based

Intel Stratix 10 Adds UPI and PCIe Gen4 Readying for CXL

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The Intel Stratix 10 adds UPI for cache coherent connectivity with Xeon CPUs along with PCIe Gen4. Intel also hints at an Agilex with CLX and PCIe Gen5

Mellanox Bluefield-2 IPU SmartNIC Bringing AWS-like Features to VMware

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The Mellanox Bluefield-2 IPU SmartNIC launched at VMworld 2019 may have been a lead-in to providing AWS Nitro-like features for the VMware ecosystem