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UPDATED: This photo is over five years old and is out-dated. If you are interested in seeing what my half of our office looks like Click Here. I've switched almost entirely over to Mac and things are a lot simpler overall.

 

Old Description of Office as it Was in 2005:

I spend a lot of time here. It's my half of our home office (my wife has the other half). I work out of my house about 40% of the time, and my wife works out of the house in the evenings and weekends. We both work a good bit... so we are in this room more than any other in our house.

 

Anyways, my side of our office is filled with tech stuff. I have two large tower cases (one is a server, the other is my desktop), my work laptop, my personal laptop and my Macinotsh G4.

 

These machines connect to another group of computers in my basement (I have six runs of CAT5e cabling between my 2nd floor office and basement). I run my firewall (Smoothwall), two test linux systems, and another Windows XP machine running next to my music/audio stuff, all out of my basement to avoid the complete geek overrun of the office. In fact soon the server and desktop machines will also move to the basement and into a custom rack enclosure (along with my other mess of boxes downstairs) I will then build another AMD dual core system to be my desktop computer. As my current desktop is headed to be a virtualization server (VMWare) which will act as a test bed /home lab for me.

 

All the fast stuff connects via gigabit ethernet (Server, Main Desktop, G4 Macintosh, downstairs XP machine and my wife's HP nc8230 laptop), the other stuff has to stay in the slow lane with fast ethernet connections, or wireless connections if I feel like walking about.

 

Click here to see a photo of our book case on the other side of the room.

 

Here is a link to the photo of my real office which isn't nearly as exciting.

 

NOTE: This photo made it into Flickr's 'Explore" as one of the top five hundred most interesting photos on a particular day. You can see all of my photo's that have made it into the Flickr Explore pages here.

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Amidst all the recent competition from Citrix and Microsoft, VMwares vSphere product line is still the most feature rich and futuristic product in the virtualization industry.

Knowing how to install and configure vSphere components...

 

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Linux Overview:

 

Linux is also known as GNU/Linux is a computer operating system, Just like Microsoft Windows or Apple Mac OS. Unlike those two, however, it is built with a collaborative development model. The operating system and most of its software are created by volunteers and employees of companies, governments and organizations from all over the world. It has many other benefits including speed, security and stability. Linux kernel based operating systems are called Linux OS, like redhat, Linux mint, Ubuntu, centos etc.

 

Training Objectives of Linux:

 

Linux is, in simplest terms, an operating system. It is designed to provide personal computer users a free or very low-cost operating system comparable to traditional and usually more expensive UNIX systems. We will give you complete overview on Partitions, Boot Process, File Management, File System Maintenance, Administration and Documentation, Backup and Restore and many other activities.

 

Target Students / Prerequisites:

 

Students Must be belongs to Technical Background and having Knowledge in UNIX and Linux Commands.

 

Linux Online Training Course

Module 1: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Essentials (RH124)

 

Linux basics-logging into the system, changing users.

 

Understand the Linux file system.

 

Running commands and getting help.

 

Browsing the file system.

 

Open,edit, and save text document using the VIM text editor.

 

Text processing tools-grep,cut,sed,sort,diff and patch.

 

Perform common tasks using the graphical GNOME GUI.

 

Reading and setting permissions on files and directories.

 

Graphical configuration tools to manage networking&printing.

 

Finding files and directories using text and graphical utilities

 

Network clients using web browser,email,chat.

 

Regular expressions patterns matching and i/o redirection.

 

Customize your X windows system.

 

Installing Red hat enterprise Linux.

 

Install remove packages using yum,pup &pirut

 

Module 2: Red Hat Enterprise Linux System Administration (RH 135)

 

Create and maintain the Linux file system.

 

Configure an NFS Client with autofs.

 

Understand system boot sequence.

 

Understand the Linux kernel and set kernel parameters.

 

Configure network in IPV4.

 

Configure a workstation as a client to NIS,DNS&DHCP services.

 

Install RHEL interactively and with Kickstart.

 

Install,remove,query new packages using rpm and yum.

 

Printing and administration tools.

 

Automate task with at,cron&anacron.

 

Backup file system to tape and tar archives.

 

Advance user and group administration with SUID/SGID&sticky bit.

 

Configure basic host security with acces control list&Selinux.

 

Manage and configure GNOME desktop environment.

 

Perform basic performance,memory and process management.

 

Configure RAID and LVM advance file system.

 

Use Xen Virtualization to create and manage guest OS.

 

Perform basic troubleshooting.

 

Module 3: Red Hat Network Services And Security Administration(RH255)

 

System performance and introduction to security.

 

Benifits of system monitoring.

 

Secure system with SELinux and tcpwrappers.

 

Password and kernel security.

 

Configure firewall with iptables.

 

Deploying DNS and DHCP server.

 

Configure and manage FTP, NFS and Samba server.

 

Implementing Apache web server.

 

Content filtering through squid proxy server.

 

Configure and manage mail server with send mail and postfix.

 

Securing system with physical,network and local security.

 

Secure data with symmetric and asymmetric encryption.

 

Account management with Pluggable Authentication Modules.

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Server Virtualization Services for Corporate users,

ITSupportDesk is Helping you to plan your strategy for Server Virtualization using VMWARE or Microsoft Server 2008 Hyper-V Technology.

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Hyper-V, a hypervisor-based server virtualization technology from Microsoft, is a key feature of Windows Server 2008, and provides a reliable and highly available server virtualization platform. Hyper-V virtualization platform enables multiple operating systems to run within multiple isolated environments on a single physical server. It provides users an ideal platform for key virtualization scenarios, such as production server consolidation, business continuity management, and software test and development.

Some of the other features of ESDS - Hyper-V VPS Hosting include guest multi-processing support and 64-bit guest and host support, quick migration of virtual machines from one physical host to another, and integration with System Center Virtual Machine Manager, complete Hyper-V Server Management, 24x7 Customer Support and much more.

 

VirtualBox is a Type 2 Hypervisor, a user-space program which runs in the host operating system (in our case, the host OS is OpenIndiana) and emulates a hardware virtual machine, and is one of very few hypervisors running on Solaris and its descendants. It also runs on Linux, MacOS and Windows, is GPL2'ed, and the VirtualBox 4.x Extension Pack with extra features is free for "Personal Use and Evaluation", making it a very versatile tool. Its public discussion for running under Solaris-related operating systems is maintained at the product forum here: forums.virtualbox.org/viewforum.php?f=11 (participation may require a free Oracle SSO login).

 

This hypervisor can help when you need to run different operating systems (i.e. to support particular software) with the benefits of OpenIndiana (including CrossBow networking, ZFS storage, local zones for resource allocation, etc.) It may also be useful for developers seeking to test newly compiled OpenIndiana distributions without risk to their host OS, or to isolate certain tasks from their interactive environment. www.youtube.com/watch?v=RsSiewDb7Dk

 

Overview

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLJbP6vBk2M

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=0oJ0vlzeJio

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLbtJQmfumI

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xs-qzQYOZf8

 

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6087 S. Redwood Rd Suite B, Salt Lake City, UT 84123

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JmG Virtual Consulting, expertos en servicios y soluciones de virtualización y cloud computing

Q.app is a svelte VM app for Mac OS X I've been using for digital nostalgia!

 

Pictured from left to right:

Windows NT 4.0 Workstation SP6a

FreeDOS 1.0 with OpenGEM

Windows 3.11WG in MS-DOS 6.22

 

I stopped using Windows as my primary OS after Windows 2000 around 2002, but that's not to say I still don't have fond memories of being a little kid playing around with these systems (I was born in 1986).

 

We did use Gem out of curiosity, but I don't have a licence for it myself. Didn't matter though, the people behind the OpenGem distribution have done a stellar job. One thing I pride myself on is actually having legit copies of all these systems. eBay is still a great place to get original media if you don't have such stuff.

How to install and run Microsoft Windows for free on Linux

 

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My Specialties

I’ve worked with a lot of technologies, but these are where my focus has been in recent years:

* Microsoft SQL Server (particularly high availability and disaster recovery)

* VMWare Virtualization

* Oracle (yes, Oracle, I’ve worked on 7-11)

* Microsoft Clustering

* Red Hat Linux (I can still write shell scripts)

 

Photograph from Saltmarch Media's Business Technology Summit 2008 in Bangalore. Photograph ©Copyright Saltmarch Media. Non-commercial use permitted with attribution and linkback to this page on Saltmarch's Flickr photostream. All other rights reserved.

From the AO Venture Summit today (live webcast), with panelists from left to right:

 

* Dan'l Lewin, Corporate VP, Microsoft

* Claudia Fan Munce, Managing Director, IBM Venture Capital Group

* Brian Moriarty, VP, Corporate Affairs, Sun Microsystems

* David Lawee, VP Corporate Development, Google (buys one company/month)

* Jeff Russakow, VP, Global Strategies & Solutions, Symantec

 

Question: What areas are you scouting out for 2009 corporate acquisitions?

 

Microsoft: We do not comment on future plans.

 

IBM: Do your homework on what you can do for a big company.

 

Sun: Cloud computing. We have been enamored with grid computing for years. There are two opportunities for us. First, it’s a demanding environment for systems. Second, we will launch a cloud service ourselves in the coming months. We are interested in more power sensitive data centers as well.

 

Google: Many exciting areas. Instead of 90-day product push cycles, a slower market allows for more fully baked products. We are looking at audio, video codecs, SaaS. One million businesses on our cloud. It’s addicting.

 

Symantec: SaaS, virtualization, cloud-based services based on the consumer, how to repurpose and make existing apps digestible in this new model. Security, malware, keeping good in and bad out. Backup. 6x explosion of data over next three years, and the mix moves from 25% unstructured data to 63%. 75% of corporate IP is in the email inbox. It has become the file system. Greater opportunity there than virtualization. How to backup and store things that are not virtualized? Make it work through the ecosystem. Seachange: cloud and SaaS, proliferation of endpoints, and the endpoint is access point, not the computing center. Challenge for Symantec: how to I protect the data, not the laptop? Many hot trends around that. Archive and backup converge. De-dup, storage and retrieval in the cloud.

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Just finished downloading the beta and I am installing it to a 1.5GB Virtual PC...

 

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Wow, well I never thought this screenshot would create such a stir. Seems that windows thing is an interesting topic to everyone.

 

But I love XP!

Well Windows 7 outperforms both Vista and XP by miles!! In this article "How does Windows 7 compare to XP?" there is a Proof!

 

My Vista Experience:

I've been on vista for over a year. The first thing I did when I first installed it is downloading SP1 and install it. Vista became very stable and ran very smoothly

 

I have to add that my laptop has 4GB of RAM which is more than enough for the Vista beast. I also installed the 64-bit edition to make use of my Dual Core processor.

 

Windows 7:

Most of the people look at OS upgrades as Software Upgrades. The latter is all about new features, better GUI, performance..etc. However the former is about more stability, security..(under the hood stuff).

 

With Windows 7 it seems that Microsoft is pulling what they've missed in Vista: truly new User Experience and very good performance (compared to Vista)

 

They redeveloped the very old toolbar thing and call it super bar now

 

The stupid UAC window (the source of users frustration and negative feedback of Vista) that shows up whenever you want to do system changes is much more intelligent now.

 

There is a new Paint and Wordpad!! they haven't been touched since god knows when!

 

Upgrading from Vista to 7:

My only concern is upgrading to Windows 7 license. I would love to see Microsoft appreciate those who DO HAVE vista license and give them a quite good upgrade price.

 

Here are some good links (with screenshots):

www.techreviewsource.com/content/view/227/1/

content.zdnet.com/2346-12554_22-256914.html (screenshots only)

Photograph from Saltmarch Media's Business Technology Summit 2008 in Bangalore. Photograph ©Copyright Saltmarch Media. Non-commercial use permitted with attribution and linkback to this page on Saltmarch's Flickr photostream. All other rights reserved.

Photograph from Saltmarch Media's Business Technology Summit 2008 in Bangalore. Photograph ©Copyright Saltmarch Media. Non-commercial use permitted with attribution and linkback to this page on Saltmarch's Flickr photostream. All other rights reserved.

Audience at Business Technology Summit 2008.

 

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Photograph from Business Technology Summit 2009 held in Bangalore and Mumbai, India, November 3-6 2009, produced by Saltmarch Media. Photograph ©Copyright Saltmarch Media. Non-commercial use permitted with attribution and linkback to this page on Saltmarch's Flickr photostream. All other rights reserved.

Shri. Anand Vasant Asnotikar, Hon'ble Minister for Science & Technology, Government of Karnataka at Business Technology Summit 2008.

 

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Photograph from Business Technology Summit 2009 held in Bangalore and Mumbai, India, November 3-6 2009, produced by Saltmarch Media. Photograph ©Copyright Saltmarch Media. Non-commercial use permitted with attribution and linkback to this page on Saltmarch's Flickr photostream. All other rights reserved.

How to install and run Microsoft Windows for free on Linux

 

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10ZiG provides an array of Thin Clients and Zero Clients for Desktop Virtualization. Thin Clients with full support for VMware, Citrix, Microsoft, Quest and more. Zero Clients optimized for both Citrix HDX and VMware Horizon View.

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Audience at Business Technology Summit 2008.

 

Photograph from Business Technology Summit 2008 in Bangalore, presented by Saltmarch Media. Photograph ©Copyright Saltmarch Media

Photograph from Business Technology Summit 2009 held in Bangalore and Mumbai, India, November 3-6 2009, produced by Saltmarch Media. Photograph ©Copyright Saltmarch Media. Non-commercial use permitted with attribution and linkback to this page on Saltmarch's Flickr photostream. All other rights reserved.

Photograph from Business Technology Summit 2009 held in Bangalore and Mumbai, India, November 3-6 2009, produced by Saltmarch Media. Photograph ©Copyright Saltmarch Media. Non-commercial use permitted with attribution and linkback to this page on Saltmarch's Flickr photostream. All other rights reserved.

Photograph from Saltmarch Media's Business Technology Summit 2008 in Bangalore. Photograph ©Copyright Saltmarch Media. Non-commercial use permitted with attribution and linkback to this page on Saltmarch's Flickr photostream. All other rights reserved.

Photograph from Business Technology Summit 2009 held in Bangalore and Mumbai, India, November 3-6 2009, produced by Saltmarch Media. Photograph ©Copyright Saltmarch Media. Non-commercial use permitted with attribution and linkback to this page on Saltmarch's Flickr photostream. All other rights reserved.

With single virtual client support for VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V, Simpana 8 includes a host of flexibility and usability options designed to simplify management of virtualized environments. Auto-discovery helps eliminate time consuming manual processes, while ensuring users meet their protection/recovery service level agreements. Users can conduct backups in an efficient off-host mode to minimize the impact on production and move just the changes to ensure seamless scalability. Additionally, users benefits from a broad range of recovery options from single files to virtual disks to the entire machine; and cross platform restores from virtual systems to physical servers, or across virtual platforms such as recovering a VMware image directly to a Microsoft Hyper-V system.

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