Vsphere 5.0 and the new licensing scheme

OK so how license worked in vSphere 4 was straightforward: licenses were bought on a per CPU socket and you could run unlimited virtual machines (VMs) on the host until it crashed and burned (if you desired). Things have changed in vSphere 5.0, whilst still working on a per socket basis, licenses also now come […]

Welcome

My name is Andre Carpenter, I am a IT technologist from New Zealand working as a Consulting Solutions Architect at HP working in the Data Centre Transformation, Virtualisation and Cloud presales team based in Melbourne Australia. I also work with the APJ wider storage consulting practice just to spice things up. My focus within the […]