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November 20, 2009


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David Robertson

We just updated out vmware cluster to 4.0 U1 today, and we have been using those FCoE Qlogic drivers for a few weeks now and are very solid.

Stuart Savill

re: your last comment around licensing - this is key - licensing of all these type of products has been problematic for some time - and you need to make it easy for the end-customer (IT geeks typically don't like explaining complicated licensing models for software to the guys that hold the purse strings) - make it easy ;-)

Twitter me @stuiesav or use email me if ya want - cheers, Stuart.

Andrew Fidel

Could the 3rd party VUM mechanism be used for things like the HP tools? The difficulty of installing and patching those is probably my biggest complaint with vSphere to this point.

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