VSPEX is a pre-validated set of reference architectures currently focused around Server Virtualization (cloud computing if you want to church it up) as well as end-user computing (VDI/VXI/Application Presentation Solutions). It fills the gap in EMC’s solution offerings that exists between a design and build your own solutions and their converged infrastructure product (VCE Vblock).
Entries Tagged as 'Cisco Unified Computing System'
April 12th, 2012 · 1 Comment · CISCO, Cisco Unified Computing System, EMC, VSPEX
July 30th, 2010 · 6 Comments · CISCO, Cisco UCS, Cisco Unified Computing System, ESXi, vmware
Boring title huh? Well, this isn’t what I wanted to be dealing with on a Friday afternoon either. My plan was to set up a PXE boot environment to create scripted installations of ESXi 4.1 on UCS. However when I shelled into the UCS lab at work, I was made aware of a little bug. [...]
July 9th, 2009 · No Comments · B-Series, CISCO, Cisco 2100 Fabric Extender, Cisco 6120XP, Cisco 6140XP, Cisco B Series Blades, Cisco Server Array Manager SAM, Cisco UCS B200, Cisco UCS B250, Cisco Unified Computing System, Cisco Unified Computing System Managerm UCSM
What I would like to share today is a video guide on how to properly create a Unified Computing System (UCS) Bill of Materials (BOM), and how to route that BOM into the appropriate ordering system. You may notice that I am using a tool called Netformx. You may ask – since this is a [...]