Tagged: Virtual Machine

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What’s new in OpenStack Ocata

Coming two months earlier than scheduled, on 22th February 2017, OpenStack Ocata is the 15th release of the OpenStack project. This release was squeezed in a shorter time-frame, nevertheless has a focus on a few important...

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Proxmox: manage your virtual machines like a pro!

Virtualization can be a difficult thing at times. Many variegated solutions, different technologies and platform-specific procedures make virtualization difficult to grasp for beginners. Proxmox VE is an open source server virtualization software that provides enterprise-class features...

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Containers: What are they and why do you need them?

Virtual machines revolutionised pretty much the industry at the time of their inception. Today another huge revolution is happening in the IT: containers. Many are speaking of it, but as any buzz-word, it can be difficult...

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How to install ESXi nested inside ProxMox VE

So, one of the tasks I had to complete this past week was: Install an ESXi hypervisor in a virtual machine, on top of a Proxmox VE 4 infrastructure. This post documents the process (since I...

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What is a Virtual Machine?

One of the biggest revolutions in the IT industry was Virtual Machines. The capability of using a machine to host different operating systems (and consequently parallelize workloads) opened a whole new world. But what is a...

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Docker what is it and how to get started

Containers are one of the┬ámost observed technologies lately, with high performance, great functionalities and higher scalability than VMs; they promise much but they’re still a somewhat untested technology. Yet times are coming close and many brave...

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How to set up a Virtual Machine with VirtualBox

So you’ve heard of virtual machines and want to dip your toes in this new world without complicated, IT-savant and complex tutorials? VirtualBox is the answer to your prayers. Originally developed by Sun Microsystems and now...