Lewan is sponsoring the upcoming Denver VMUG, if you want to learn more about VMware products and network with others in your industry signup and attend. I hope to see you there!
Join us for the upcoming Denver VMUG meeting! This is a great opportunity to come together with your fellow VMware users to discuss virtualization trends, best practices, and the latest technology!
Registration is open and included as part of your VMUG member benefits. Please note, in order to register for this meeting we ask that you sign up for a complimentary VMUG membership, if you haven’t already done so. Click login below to sign up today.
- 11:15 a.m. – Doors open
- 11:30 a.m.- Lunch served
- 11:45 a.m.- Open discussion
- 12:15 p.m. – What’s New at VMware/VMworld review
- 12:30 p.m.- vSphere 5 overview
- 1:15 p.m.- vSphere 5 Demo
- 2:00 p.m.- Questions, discussions, giveaways
Thank you to our meeting sponsor:
Thank you to everyone who came out today to join us at Sports Authority Field. As a reminder, please let me/us know what we can do to help make you and your company successful.
- VMware vSphere 5 architecture and design session, we’ve been part of the beta program now for many months and we’re ready to help you successfully upgrade or implement vSphere 5
- vSphere Health Check, configuration drift happens, best practices changes, lets get your environment back on track
- Onsite vSphere Performance Analysis session
- POC or implementation of vCenter Operations, we’ve got it setup in our offices, you are all welcome to come poke around and see what it can do.
- “Enlightened Enterprise”, not ready for cloud IAAS yet but interested in using some of the features being developed in public cloud infrastructures?
Thanks again for coming, follow me on twitter @dbrinkmann – see you all again soon!
Any of you who are looking for the best, most technical conference on Desktop Virtualization technologies…. should be attending BriForum in Chicago, IL this July. Another reason you should attend? I’m presenting!
FYI- Got this in an email from VMware this morning:
We are pleased to inform you that a new VMware ESX 3.5 Patch is available as of June 02, 2011.
Improvements included in this patch:
- • Updates to the console operating system kernel package to resolve following security issues:
- o IPv4 remote denial of service
- o SCSI driver denial of service/possible privelege escalation
- o Kernel memory management arbitrary code execution
- o e1000 driver packet filer bypass
- • Resolves failure to add an ESXi host to vCenter and hostd restart failure
- • Updated CIM libraries that remove unnecessary dependencies
- • Updated parted module that removes unnecessary dependencies
Detailed information regarding resolved and known issues and enhancements can be found at ESX 3.5 Patch Release Notes:
VMware ESX 3.5 Patch is available for download at http://www.vmware.com/patch/download/.
VMware vSphere Product Management Team
I saw this on another blog and thought it was a very good list of networking recommendations to optimize PCOIP sessions and most importantly reduce the potential for disconnnects on the sessions.
If you are still using ESXi/ESX 3.5 and have not applied the appropriate patch listed below for your environment, we recommend that you install this patch:
· ESXi ESXe350-201012401-I-BG
· ESX ESX350-201012410-BG
This patch MUST be installed to continue patching hosts after June 1st. The patch updates the secure key.
You can find more information about the patch, and how to apply it, in these article:
· For ESXi, see 1030002.
· For ESX, see 1030001.