A list of MS SQL servers to managed C + +

#include “stdafx.h” using namespace System; using namespace System::Collections; using namespace System::Collections::Specialized; using namespace System::Net; using namespace System::Net::Sockets; using namespace System::Threading; using namespace System:ata; using namespace System:ata::OleDb; using namespace System::Text; namespace Util { public ref class SqlServerInfo { private : String^ m_ServerName; String^ m_InstanceName; bool        m_IsClustered; String^ m_Version; int                m_tcpPort; String^ m_Np; String^ m_Rpc; IPAddress^ m_IP; StringCollection m_Catalogs; […]

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Veeam nworks Smart Plug-in 5.6 for VMware vSphere

Introduction Veeam, a well known provider of solutions for managing virtual infrastructure VMware, released version of Veeam nworks Smart Plug-in 5.6 product for VMware vSphere. This product is part of Veeam ONE, which allows for a comprehensive monitoring infrastructure of VMware vSphere Virtual Servers under the control of HP Operations Manager. New features Veeam nworks […]

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VMware vCenter in a Virtual Machine – The Performance of the MS SQL Database

Introduction VMware has released a 17-page document “Performance of Virtualized SQL Server-Based VMware vCenter Database”, in which, they have included the basic aspects of database performance, Microsoft SQL Server for VMware vCenter Server in a virtual machine infrastructure vSphere. Results: Most of the demanding operations of MS SQL database on a virtual vCenter performance are […]

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VMware View Resolution Paths as a Mind Map

VMware has released an interesting document “VMware View Resolution Paths“, which is an associative map (Mind Map), that allows you to solve problems arising in theVMware View 4.5 virtual desktop infrastructure.   VMware View Resolution Paths Advantage An interesting initiative from VMware is going to be very useful for users and VMware vSphere, if the […]

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Data Migration Tool

There is a dupe: “Administrators are divided into two categories – those who do not backup and those who are already doing.” My personal statistics survey shows that, for the vCenter Server,  Admin takes 80% risk for being in the second category. It is not critically important to Backup vCenter. What would happen if vCenter […]

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