San Diego VMware Users Group – May 15, 2009

I was asked to speak at the San Diego VMUG meeting this morning, the event had a really good turn out with close to 200 VMware fans!  My session had two major parts, first I discussed vSphere and all the new enchancements, features and names (oh the names) :)   I then talked a little on best practices for deploying mission/business critical applications on VMware, mostly covering on how a solid design is the most important piece of a Virtual Infrastructure, then on how you need to understand how CPU Co-Scheduling and Memory Sharing works – along with some examples on how to look for contention issues.

I’ve included my presentation for everyone to enjoy, I also suggest checking out the San Diego VMUG page on LinkedIn if you are in the Southern California area.  The PowerPoint version of this presentation can also be downloaded HERE.

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Created on May 15, 2009 by Rick Scherer

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  1. Chien Le
    3:41 pm on May 15th, 2009

    Just wanted to say great presentation at the SDVMUG today.

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