Links of the Day: June 18, 2008

Eight Black – Going. Going. Nearly Gone. “To put this into some sort of basic perspective, if you had purchased $1000 worth of BlueFreeway stock exactly 1 year ago, that would be worth the princely sum of $42 as of close of play today.”

Virtual Geek – So, how **EXACTLY** does VM HA’s admittance algorithm work? “What’s the symptom – you can’t create new VMs without violating the availability constraints – even when you think you have plenty left, or you upgraded from Virtual Center 2.0.x to 2.5 and can’t shake the “Insufficient Resources to Satisfy” HA error.”

xAnalisys – VMware Infrastructure 3 in a Cisco Network Environment “VMware has collaborated with Cisco to produce a guide for deploying VMware Infrastucture 3 with Cisco switches. This guide covers the physical and virtual data network and storage network deployment … with suggested topologies and designs.”

Pawprints of the Mind – Getting Xen up and running: part II “This post is intended for people who are trying to set up a private network with Xen virtual machines.” Virtual networks are unsupported in base Xen but this is a Debian centric how-to which worked first time.

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