Davoud Teimouri

Virtualization & Datacenter

Intel L1 Terminal Fault – VMM Vulnerability

What’s Intel L1 Terminal Fault? When a program attempts to access data in memory, the logical memory address is translated to a physical address by the hardware. Accessing a logical or linear address that is not mapped to a physical location on the hardware will result in a terminal fault. Once the fault is triggered, […]

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[Review]: NAKIVO Backup & Replication v7.5

NAKIVO Backup & Replication v7.5

What’s New in NAKIVO Backup & Replication v7.5 Latest version of Nakivo Backup & Replication comes with supporting vSphere 6.7 and also many new features. Let’s review the key features in this post. New Features VMware vSphere 6.7 Support NAKIVO Backup & Replication v7.5 is compatible with vSphere 6.7, allowing users to seamlessly protect upgraded VMware vSphere […]

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HPE Serviceguard for Linux

HPE Serviceguard for Linux

HPE Serviceguard for Linux (SGLX), a high availability(HA) and disaster recovery (DR) clustering solution, increases uptime for your critical applications by protecting them from a multitude of infrastructure and application faults across physical or virtual environments over any distance. It reduces the impact of unplanned downtime with no compromise on data integrity and performance. Furthermore, it helps achieve near zero planned downtime for maintenance.

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Microsoft HPC Pack

High Performance Computing

Microsoft HPC Pack brings the power of high-performance computing (HPC) to the commercial mainstream. The centralized management and deployment interface helps to simplify deployment for both large and small compute clusters and provide a simple and effective management experience in order to increase cluster administrator productivity.

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[Review]: Performance Tuning Guidelines for Windows Server 2016

When you run a server system in your organization, you might have business needs not met using default server settings. For example, you might need the lowest possible energy consumption, or the lowest possible latency, or the maximum possible throughput on your server. This guide provides a set of guidelines that you can use to tune the server settings in Windows Server 2016 and obtain incremental performance or energy efficiency gains, especially when the nature of the workload varies little over time.

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[Review]: Microsoft Server Performance Advisor

The original version of Microsoft Server Performance Advisor (SPA) was released in 2005-2006. It primarily targeted Windows Server 2003, including the core operating system and server roles such as Internet Information Services (IIS) and Active Directory. The goal of the tool is to help you assess your server performance and troubleshoot server performance issues.

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[News]: VMware Tools HGFS Vulnerability

VMware Tools HGFS Out-Of-Bounds Read Vulnerability VMware Tools contains an out-of-bounds read vulnerability in HGFS. Successful exploitation of this issue may lead to information disclosure or may allow attackers to escalate their privileges on guest VMs. Note: In order to be able to exploit this issue, file sharing must be enabled. The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures […]

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[Review]: Xen Project Hypervisor 4.11

Xen Project

What’s New in the Xen Project Hypervisor 4.11 The Xen 4.11 release has followed this approach by delivering more PVH related functionality: PVH Dom0 support is now available as experimental feature and support for running unmodified PV guests in a PVH Container has been added. In addition, significant chunks of the ARM port have been […]

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[Review]: Introducing Windows Server System Insights

Microsoft Windows Insight

As an IT admin, one of the responsibilities you have is to ensure systems continue to run smoothly. That is true for a number of activities and components, such as monitoring if a disk is going to run out of space, determining how much memory and processing a Hyper-V host is consuming so you can plan for new VMs, and many other examples.

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[Review]: Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5 Update 3a

Veeam has release update for Backup & Replication 9.5 regarding to support vSphere 6.7, there is also other new platform support:

VMware vSphere 6.7: Includes the new HTML5 version of vSphere Web Client plug-in for Veeam Backup & Replication, and asynchronous NBD/NBDSSL support for improved read performance of network transport mode with ESXi 6.7.

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[Review]: HPE Service Pack For ProLiant 2018.06.0 (HPE SPP)

HPE Service Pack For ProLiant (HPE SPP)

HPE has release “HPE Service Pack For ProLiant 2018.06.0 (HPE SPP)” for production servers and it’s available to download. The Service Pack for ProLiant (SPP) is a comprehensive systems software and firmware update solution, which is delivered as a single ISO image. This solution uses Smart Update Manager (SUM) as the deployment tool and is tested on all HPE ProLiant Gen9 and Gen10 servers as defined in the Service Pack for ProLiant Server Support Guide found at www.hpe.com/servers/spp/documentation.

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[Review]: What’s kernel Live Patching?

Linux Kernel Patching

Dynamic Software Updating (DSU) Dynamic Software Updating (DSU) is a field of research pertaining to upgrading programs while they are running. DSU is not currently widely used in industry. However, researchers have developed a wide variety of systems and techniques for implementing DSU. These systems are commonly tested on real-world programs. Current operating systems and programming languages are […]

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[New Release]: Popular Linux Distributions – July 2018

Linux Distribution

New Releases First CentOS 6.10, this distribution is one most popular distributions for any businesses. CentOS Linux is derived from source code released by Red Hat, Inc. New release has been announced at July 3rd, 2018. The major changes are as follows: The following packages have been rebased to a newer upstream release: pacemaker, clufter, gcc-libraries […]

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[Review]: What’s Remote Direct Memory Access(RDMA)?

Remote Direct Memory Access

Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) provides direct memory access from the memory of one host (storage or compute) to the memory of another host without involving the remote Operating System and CPU, boosting network and host performance with lower latency, lower CPU load and higher bandwidth. In contrast, TCP/IP communications typically require copy operations, which add latency and consume significant CPU and memory resources.

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[Free Tools]: VMware Logon Monitor

Free Tools

VMware Logon Monitor monitors Windows user logons and reports a wide variety of performance metrics intended to help administrators, support staff, and developers troubleshoot slow logon performance. Metrics include, but are not limited to, logon time, CPU/memory usage, and network connection speed. VMware Logon Monitor also receives metrics from other VMware products which provide even more clues about what is happening during the logon flow.

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