vBrownBag Follow-Up AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Domain 2 w Bryan Krausen @btkrausen

Bryan Krausen discusses the objectives for Domain 2.0 of the Amazon AWS Certified SysOps Administrator exam, covering high availability, elasticity, and fault tolerance. AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Domain 2.0 Video Show Notes: Presenter: Bryan Krausen – Scalability; Scaling Up (3:00) – Scale Up; Pros and Cons (4:30) – Scalability; Scaling Out (7:20) – Scale Out; Read more about vBrownBag Follow-Up AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Domain 2 w Bryan Krausen @btkrausen[…]

#vBrownBag Follow-Up AWS Solutions Architect Associate Domain 1.0 Part 2 w Tim Carr (@timmycarr)

Tim Carr from Ahead discuss the second part of Domain 1.0 for the AWS Solutions Architect Associate certification. Tim reviews: Architectural trade-off decisions — High Availability (HA) vs cost — RDS vs installing your own DB on EC2 AWS Solutions Architect Domain 1.0 Part 2 Video You can follow Tim on Twitter @timmycarr and find Read more about #vBrownBag Follow-Up AWS Solutions Architect Associate Domain 1.0 Part 2 w Tim Carr (@timmycarr)[…]

#vBrownBag Follow-Up AWS Solutions Architect Associate Domain 1.0 w Nick Colyer (@vnickc)

Nick Colyer, from Ahead, helps guide you through the first part of Domain 1.0 for the AWS Solutions Architect Associate certification. Nick covers designing highly available, cost efficient, fault tolerant,and scalable systems. AWS Solutions Architect Domain 1.0 Video You can follow Nick on Twitter @vnickc Originally published by www.professionalvmware.com

#vBrownBag Follow-Up VCP6 Foundation Exam Section 5 with Jonathan Frappier (@jfrappier)

Jonathan Frappier, minus an epic self muting, covers section 5 of the VCP6 Foundation Exam which includes HA, DRS, and FT. VCP6 Foundation Exam Section 5 Video Objective 5.1 – Describe DRS, Storage DRS, VMCP, and HA, use cases, configuration options – Discuss DRS thresholds and HA Admission Control – Demo includes create cluster, enable Read more about #vBrownBag Follow-Up VCP6 Foundation Exam Section 5 with Jonathan Frappier (@jfrappier)[…]

#vBrownBag Follow-Up What’s New in vSphere 6 Availability w Gurusimran Khalsa (@gurusimran)

GS shows you what’s new with vSphere 6 availability features such as the new multi-vCPU FT/SMP-FT support, high availability, storage HA, vSphere Replication, and Site Recovery Manager (SRM). vSphere 6 Availability Features Video You can find GS on Twitter @gurusimran Originally published at http://vbrownbag.comm – Sign up for the live #vBrownBag broadcast at http://vbrownbag.comm/brownbags/ where Read more about #vBrownBag Follow-Up What’s New in vSphere 6 Availability w Gurusimran Khalsa (@gurusimran)[…]

2013-7-18 ProfessionalVMware #vBrownBag LATAM #VCAP DCA5 obj4.2 Deploy & Test VMware Fault Tolerance por Walter Solano Sanchez

The following content is in Spanish, the language in which the webinar is presented. 2013-7-18 ProfessionalVMware #vBrownBag LATAM #VCAP DCA5 obj4.2 Deploy & Test VMware Fault Tolerance por Walter Solano Sanchez Mencionado hoy en #vBrownbag: ¿Qué es VMware Fault Tolerance? http://t.co/ORYjFf4GAl VMware Fault Tolerance FAQ http://t.co/bIVJDzGtn5 Processors and guest operating systems that support VMware Fault Tolerance Read more about 2013-7-18 ProfessionalVMware #vBrownBag LATAM #VCAP DCA5 obj4.2 Deploy & Test VMware Fault Tolerance por Walter Solano Sanchez[…]

Scheduling VMware’s FT (Fault Tolerance)

What is VMware Fault Tolerance (FT)? I’d start with reviewing the overview page. VMware Fault Tolerance, based on vLockstep technology, provides zero downtime, zero data loss continuous availability for your applications, without the cost and complexity of traditional hardware or software clustering solutions. Pretty awesome no? FT has it’s limits (1 vCPU, etc) and it Read more about Scheduling VMware’s FT (Fault Tolerance)[…]

VMware FT (Fault Tolerance) Requirements & Limits

In doing some background research for a post on FT vs. MSCS, I stumbled upon a wonderful write up by Brian Atkinson aka. “VMRoyale”, on FT’s laundry list of requirements, limits, and other considerations. The original post is here. He does an excellent job of pulling together data from various VMware docs and puts together Read more about VMware FT (Fault Tolerance) Requirements & Limits[…]