Microsoft


turbonomic is today and beyond while VMTurbo was yesterday.

What was once VMTurbo is now turbonomic. The company has decided to shift focus away from the VM and focus more on the turbo in it’s name that is! I feel this is a great way to be agile like the customers are around you. Businesses today are not just […]

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Hands on with Microsoft Visual Studio Code @code

Jonathan Frappier Virtxpert As a Windows user I have been looking for a good markdown tool to write in, however most of the tools freely available have been mediocre at best. Enter Visual Studio Code, a (currently) free download from Microsoft that supports Windows, OSX, and Linux (OSX/open source gear […]


VMware vCenter on Windows 2012 Failover Cluster

Jonathan Frappier Virtxpert Some time around the release of vSphere 5.5 (Update 2 maybe?) VMware officially(?) didn’t not support vCenter on a Windows Failover Cluster. I say didn’t not support because there still seems to be very limited documentation and KB’s on how to do this. The VMware vCenter Server […]


Configure Windows 2012 Failover Cluster for SQL 2014

Jonathan Frappier Virtxpert Working on building out a lab that is going to be used to demonstrate setting up a vCenter environment. We were fortuneate enough to be given some time to set it up “right” – meaning setup a SQL cluster for vCenter, SSO in HA behind a load […]