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Thursday
Dec182008

VMware ESX Health Check Tools

Duncan Epping has put together a "what's-in-my-toolbox" post on his blog, Yellow Bricks, that lays out what he uses to deliver a health check engagement in his capacity as a VMware Professional Services Organization practitioner.  It's always interesting and useful to see what a pro adds to the "standard" toolkit, and we at Replicate are proud to know he considers RDA of value in ascertaining the health of a VMware installation.

Health Check tools I use ยป Yellow Bricks

A few days ago Scott Lowe asked me which tools I use to deliver a health check engagement. A health check is a standard VMware PSO engagement, a VMware Consultant will be on site to check the status of your environment and will draw up a report. ...

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