Monthly Archives: April 2014

Jason’s Windows 7 Optimisation & Customisation Guide

This is going to be a living guide and I will be constantly updating it as I encounter anything worth sharing. Please do come back regularly to this post to as a starting point. The objective of this guide is my way of sharing what I normally would consider and apply to Windows 7 virtual… Read More »

Steps involved in a Greenfield VMware Horizon View Installation

With anything you do, it’s always good to have a design and a plan in mind before you roll up the sleeves and execute. This is particularly critical for any infrastructure deployment. The reason is simple, anything infrastructure related forms part of the foundation for everything else that rides on top. Any architecture with a… Read More »

vSphere Maintenance in a VDI Environment

I was asked recently what would be a good practice when it comes to performing maintenance on the vSphere layer in a VDI environment. This should be a useful post to share. I look at this from 2 angles, the update strategy and the actual execution. Strategically, I always start with a conservative approach; then… Read More »

vChips is now live!

Today, 9th April 2014, VMware is going to be announcing the highly anticipated update to the End User Computing products. The launch event will be broadcast live over the Internet and you can register to watch it at http://www.vmware.com/go/horizonnow. It is today which I will also start my new blog which is fully dedicated to… Read More »