Category Archives: VMware vExpert

Sizing Domain Controllers correctly on VMware vSphere

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Virtualizing Domain Controllers on vSphere

In the first part of this series, we discussed why we want to virtualize Domain Controllers. The first question people ask is: How do I properly size Domain Controllers on my virtualization platform? Specifically, for VMware vSphere, this is a good question, because there are a couple of areas of attention, beyond the recommended practices […]

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Why virtualize Domain Controllers?

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Virtualizing Domain Controllers on vSphere

One of the questions I get asked a lot is: Why virtualize Domain Controllers? So, in this blogpost, I’m showing you reasons why virtualization for Domain Controllers and Active Directory is a good idea. I also know there are a lot of caveats when virtualization Domain Controllers, so this blogpost serves as a small part […]

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13 Years Better Left Unspoken

This weekend marks 13 years of me sharing my thoughts, knowledge and experiences on this blog, titled The Things That Are Better Left Unspoken. Thirteen years ago, in June, 2006, I posted the first blog post here. That’s as many years as there are stripes in the US flag. Today, almost 1000 posts, several whitepapers […]

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I’m a 2019 VMware vExpert

I’m proud to announce I am a 2019 VMware vExpert. Deji Akomolafe’s invitation to join the stage with him for VMworld early last year sparked my interest in VMware’s product. After presenting several sessions at both 2018 VMworld events with Matt Liebowitz and Deji, I walked away with much more knowledge of how Active Directory […]

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