VMware – vSphere 4.1 Handy and Useful Links

Scott Lowe has posted an awesome collection of vSphere 4.1 links, which he’s shared here:

I’m also posting below for reference on our site (in no particular order):
vSphere 4.1 – The First Bug found (and how to resolve it) « Itzikr’s Blog
VMware KB: ESX/ESXi installations on HP systems require the HP NMI driver
VIDEO: New vSphere 4.1 Windows Active Directory Authentication
What’s New in vSphere 4.1
vSphere 4.1 Storage Networking Updates « Wikibon Blog
VMware Communities: VMware In SMB: ESXi Scripted Installation Via PXE and Kickstart!
Support Insider: Useful vSphere 4.1 Knowledgebase Articles
VMware: VMTN Blog: vSphere 4.1 and more
VMware: VMware vSphere Blog: vSphere 4.1 is Here! Tell Me Something About the Release I May Not Know
Welcome to vSphere-land! » Tidbits on the new vSphere 4.1 release
vSphere 4.1, VMware HA New maximums and DRS integration will make our life easier
VMware KB: Setting the number of cores per CPU in a virtual machine
VMware KB: Changes to Fault Tolerance in vSphere 4.1
A Few Gotchas With vSphere 4.1! | Daily Hypervisor
VMware: Uptime (VMware and Business Continuity): VDR and vSphere 4.1 compatibility
VMware KB: Changes to VMware High Availability in vSphere 4.1
Blue Gears » Blog Archive » vSphere Upgrade: Going to 4.1
Stuff: PAM changes in ESX 4.1
Krystaltek: DRS/Fault Tolerance Placement Restrictions
Don’t add resource pools for fun, they’re dangerous – NTPRO.NL – Eric Sloof
How to use vMA 4.1 installation, configuration « GeekSilver’s Blog
Two new HA Advanced Settings » Yellow Bricks
DRS 4.1 Adaptive MaxMovesPerHost | frankdenneman.nl
vSphere 4.1 to 4.0 differences
VMware vSphere 4.1: Not the Typical .1 Release
VMware KB: VMware ESX and ESXi 4.1 Comparison
Best practices KB on how-to install ESX 4.1 and vCenter | ESX Virtualization
VMware KB: Copy and Paste option is disabled in vSphere Client 4.1

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I have over 18 years helping small to large enterprise businesses nationwide with their enterprise storage, backup and recovery, disaster recovery and system virtualization solutions. He holds numerous storage and virtualization certifications and has personally delivered over 300 complex enterprise solution implementations. He has been privileged to speak at various national events on the topics of datacenter virtualization, end-user virtualization, hyper-converged infrastructure and disaster recovery.

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