Laptop editing and hotel WiFi weren't exactly great for 4K video production and uploading, but I hope you find that the hardware close-ups were worth the wait!
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Again this year, I had a lot of fun roaming around VMworld 2018 US with my iRig Mic, which does a solid job at keeping out the ambient noise that is typical at such conferences. If I'd only learn to not talk so loudly myself, which sometimes clipped my voice a bit. Hoping you won't notice, with all pixels of video, in 4K glory! Yeah, uploading over hotel WiFi was a many hour proposition
Admittedly, having booth duties and presentations/demos of my own this week keeps me focused on short videos of just a few vendors during the spare moments that I had. Hopefully you'll find the content of value, as I visit vendors of interest, completely unscripted. Yeah, I asked for permission to record first, but that was usually just moments before the camera was rolling, neither of us really knew what would happen. That's the fun of it!
In alphabetical order, in 4K.
A close look at Thunderbolt options that greatly expand small system capabilities.
Extensive tour of GIGABYTE Server products, including Xeon D.
NVDIMM-N (PMEM) close-look/live-demo, featuring VMware vSphere 6.7. See also Micron Advances Persistent Memory with 32GB NVDIMM and vSphere support for Persistent Memory (PMem) NVDIMM.
My favorite kind of booth visit, a live demo! Check out my related tweets here and here, then read all about Virtualizing The World's Most Advanced Data Center GPUs, and check out At VMworld: NVIDIA vGPU with vMotion Delivers the Agile Data Center.
Close look at what's new, including the BigTwin SuperServer 2029TP-HC0R.
- All my VMworld related posts at TinkerTry.
- TinkerTry Demo at VMworld 2018 US! "See VMware vSphere 6.7 fly on Intel Xeon D with NVMe SSDs [VMTN12504U]" Wed Aug 29 1pm-5pm VMTN Blogger Table at VMvillage
Aug 23 2018
by Gostev » Tue Sep 06, 2016 1:02 am
Indeed, support for "deduplicating" encrypted backups is really the killer feature of our ReFS integration, and this is something neither external deduplicating storage nor Windows Server dedupe are able to do (and will never be able to). This is really a game changer, especially for Cloud Connect service providers.
- Between Windows Server 2016 TPv3 and TPv4 we moved from ReFS version 2.0 to 3.0
Jan 13 2016 by Didier Van Hoye at Working Hard In IT