Dynamic Memory vs Memory Overcommit

De laatste tijd kom ik steeds vaker op internet posts tegen van mensen die denken
dat Memory Overcommit en Dynamic Memory hetzelfde doen, of zelfs hetzelfde zijn.
Dit is NIET zo! Deze post is bedoeld om dit te verduidelijken.
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Time Synchronization in Hyper-V

There is a lot of confusion about how time synchronization works in Hyper-V – so I wanted to take the time to sit down and write up all the details. 

There are actually multiple problems that exist around keeping time inside of virtual machines – and Hyper-V tackles these problems in different ways.

Problem #1 – Running virtual machines lose track of time. Continue reading “Time Synchronization in Hyper-V”

Storage Calculators for System Center DPM2010 and others

Hi guys and dolls,

Check out this page from Microsoft about new calculators (based on xlsx format) for Hyper-V, SCDPM 2010 and SharePoint.

These are nice and good workable calculators for these products. So use them and enjoy them.

Until next time.


What NOT to Migrate into SharePoint 2010

It’s amazing both how much and yet how little things have changed in terms of what this list consisted of in SPS 2003 and now in SharePoint 2010.  I’ll call out what I think are the main differences to help you understand what has changed. Continue reading “What NOT to Migrate into SharePoint 2010”

View Hidden Folders in Active Directory Users And Computers

Active Directory Users And Computers, which is a snap-in for the Microsoft Management Console (MMC), is the primary administration tool for managing users, groups, computers, and organizational units. (For a short overview of Active Directory administration tools included as MMC snap-ins, see Know the Key MMC Snap-Ins for Managing Active Directory.) Continue reading “View Hidden Folders in Active Directory Users And Computers”

Why DPM 2010 and Hyper-V are Better Together?

If your company relies on Microsoft® Hyper-V™ virtualization technologies within your server infrastructure, who will you trust to ensure its protection and recovery? Continue reading “Why DPM 2010 and Hyper-V are Better Together?”

new version “SCCM 2012”

ConfigMgr v.Next = ConfigMgr 2012

A bit late maybe , but as expected, the name for the next release of ConfigMgr, will be System Center Configuration Manager 2012.

This was announced during TechEd Europe @ Berlin. The product is currently in Beta 1. Beta 2 is expected be released around H1 2011.