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Design changed

Posted by martijnl on November 11, 2008

I really wanted to change from the fixed width 800px maximum to a flexible width theme and I found this one in the WordPress themes library. It may need some tweaking with widgets but so far, I like it.

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Small site change

Posted by martijnl on October 29, 2007

Because I have moved on from the project that this blog started with (which ended successfully a couple of months ago) I decided to change the subtitle of the blog and it’s general content direction. With the new subtitle reading “Experiences in Virtualization” I want to relay some of my experiences in Virtualization projects that I do myself or that I get information about from associates / colleagues / etc.

Starting with myself I want to write about the application of structured testing within virtualization projects. The posts will focus on the what, why, when and how of structured testing as this is a relatively new workfield compared to structured testing in application development where it has become standard practice over the years.

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Updating again

Posted by martijnl on March 23, 2007

Hello to all the readers,

Things have been quiet the past month because we needed to finish another project (implementation of the EMC DiskXtender archiving solution). And as we are doing this project ourselves (meaning us guys running the day-to-day server and network operations as well) progress has been slow.

The project status is currently:

  • 75 servers virtualized at an approximate 20:1 consolidation ratio.
  • next two cluster servers (HP DL585 G2) ordered, delivery in two weeks
  • 25 servers to go

We also have the VDI project well and truly going. The update of which you can read below.

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