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srinivaskrishnamurti

VMware vSphere Client for iPad has left the building…

March 18, 2011
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VMware vSphere Client for iPad has left the building…

We are excited to announce that VMware vSphere Client for iPad is available for immediate download from the Apple App Store.  The VMware vSphere Client for iPad is a companion interface to the traditional vSphere client and is optimized for managing your vSphere environment on the go from your iPad.  With this client you can monitor the performance of vSphere hosts and virtual machines.  You can also start, stop and suspend virtual machines, reboot them or put them into maintenance mode.     In this post I’m going to give you some background on the thinking and design principles behind this app.  I’ll also give you some hints on what its future might look like, but first, allow me to...

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srinivaskrishnamurti

More iPad Goodness!

December 3, 2010
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More iPad Goodness!

VMworld Europe was another stellar event with more cloud and iPad mojo everywhere.  VMworld TV folks posted an update to the previous video on the vSphere for iPad project.  You can see the progress and a discussion on timelines in the video below.     Since the first video recorded in SF, we’ve added the following capabilities: home screen that shows you all the ESX Servers being managed context-aware settings icon at the top that allows you to perform actions on the selected server or virtual machine history icon that shows a list of all servers and virtual machines you visited in the session so you can easily move around ability to view snapshots in the VM view other minor UI tweaks...

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srinivaskrishnamurti

VMworld 2010 Musings – Clouds and iPads

September 22, 2010
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VMworld 2010 Musings – Clouds and iPads

VMworld 2010 was recently held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA.  We had record number of attendees – over 17,000 – making this one of the biggest IT events in the industry today.  This is a testament to the impact virtualization and VMware are having on how enterprises think about their data centers. Major props for our events team who worked tirelessly through the year to put on this event!     The first day keynotes by Paul and Steve were perhaps the best I’ve seen in a good while.  They clearly articulated our strategy and talked about the new stack for cloud computing.  I overheard a number of attendees saying things along the lines of, ‘ah, now I get...

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