Monthly Archive: March 2019

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Is There Any Tools Like VMware Tools for KVM?

All VMware guys know that guest OS needs drivers for
paravirtualized devices and the drivers provided by VMware as a package which called VMware Tools. VMware Tools is available for supported operating systems and also there is an open-source which called Open-VM-Tools and it’s available for modern Linux distributions and installed by operating system installer.

Windows DTrace Architecture 0

DTrace Came to Windows

DTrace is a comprehensive dynamic tracing framework created by Sun Microsystems for troubleshooting kernel and application problems on production systems in real time. Originally developed for Solaris, it has since been released under the free Common Development and Distribution License (CDDL) in OpenSolaris and it’s descendant illumos, and has been ported to several other Unix-like systems.

Java Mission Control 0

What’s Java Mission Control?

Java programming language is most popular programming languages (Tiobe Index)but Java applications are monster and eating computing resources easily if codes are not optimized and application not profiled. Monitoring Java applications has overhead on a system and in most of scenarios, test environments are different than production environments.

security advisory 0

Microsoft Security Update Guide March 2019

Such as previous months, Microsoft has released “Microsoft Security Update Guide” for Microsoft’s products. The guide is contains details of security vulnerabilities and release patches. the guide is useful to find affected product and applying specific patches.

Physical Desktop as a Thin Client 0

New Fling – Physical Desktop as a Thin Client

If you have plan to replace old desktops with Zero Client or Thin Client, please hold on. You can convert theme to a Thin Client and use those desktops in virtual desktop environment. Also you can do it on your new desktops for security reasons.

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VMware vExpert 2019 Award Announcement

I’m also in! Fortunately, I have been selected as VMware vExpert like last five years. If you have been selected, you received an email with this subject: Welcome to the vExpert Program!

VMware’s Automated Virtual Assistant 0

I’m Ava, VMware’s Virtual Assistant

I’m feeling old when I met Ava. Not too long, I had to use Google to find information about articles in VMware Knowledge Base. No one cared about us. But now, Ava will help guys to find anything faster. The name is like an Iranian name for girls (آوا). She’s so beautiful, so respectful but very young because it’s the beta version.