The OBi200 VoIP Phone Adapter is truly an amazing device. With the ability to seamlessly integrate with Google Voice (for free USA & Canada calling with very low rates elsewhere) and coupled with the ease of use to connect to many VoIP services, the Obi generally surpasses the expectations of […]
Recently I had the need to import a Ubuntu Virtual Machine that was made in VirtualBox to VMware ESXi. At first I thought the process would be rather difficult but as it turns out, it’s quite easy. In this blog post, I’ll show you how.
Consider the following scenario. Say we have a VM that requires access to a rather large disk (greater than 1 Terabyte ). Further consider that using a local datastore is out of the question – presumably becuase the datastore is a rather expensive SSD and space is somewhat of a scarce […]
So you’ve installed the free version of ESXi and now are faced with a glaring bug! But because vCenter is needed to perform updates, and because it’s not free, you’ve got nowhere to turn. But hold up! There’s a way to patch ESXi 5 without vCenter, and this blog post […]
I’ve been using virtualization for quite some time now, with overwhelmingly positive results. In this series of blog posts, I’ll take you on a virutalization journey from start to finish. I’ll try to make the process as simple as possible, as fun as possible and as cheap as possible. Buckle […]
Proxmox VE is a complete open source server virtualization management solution. It is based on KVM virtualization and container-based virtualization and manages virtual machines, storage, virtualized networks, and HA Clustering. As a purely academic exercise and because I’m into virtualization, I decided to try proxmox because of the overall smaller […]