Today I will write about an experience I had a few months back with vCenter performance issues. I had started noticing some performance degradation on my vCenter environment during tests but I was delaying the debugging to a later point. However, I had to work from home for couple of days. Believe me, it wasn’t a nice experience working over the corporate VPN. So I decided to escalate this issue with our IT department.
You know them when you see them. They’re kind of like the White Walkers from Game of Thrones. Many of them look alike and are hard to tell apart. Some have been around for a long, long time; others only just got created. You have no idea how many there are, or how many there will be in the future. And since you don’t have a Valerian Steel sword, you don’t know how to get rid of them. Yes, I’m talking about database clone copies!
Categories: VMware, VMworld
In technology, we’re always trying to predict the future, and the future is always now. One of the best ways to guess the future of IT is to ask those for whom it matters most: people in IT departments. VMware and EMC did just that and released a very informative study called “The State of IT Transformation.” As they described the “current state and… biggest gaps” in organizations, it struck me that for all of these operational gaps Catalogic provided a great solution.
Categories: Business Agility, Data Center, ECX, VMware