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4 Ways vRealize Log Insight has the Edge on Legacy Tools

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| April 17, 2017

Every tech knows the feeling of opening up Notepad on their machine, loading a lengthy log file, and diving in. Locating one specific answer amongst that endlessly scrolling sea of data is no small feat. Yet, for many admins tasked with searching for the root cause of an issue, this was standard operating procedure. It […]

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HyperFlex: A Crash Course in Cisco’s Hyperconverged Solutions

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| February 24, 2017

If hyperconverged infrastructure has yet to make its presence felt in your data center, it may not be far off. Gartner analysts foresee that, within two years, hyperconverged infrastructure – the tightly integrated union of compute, storage, networking, and virtualization capabilities – will enter the “mainstream.” That prediction lines up with statements from Forrester concerning it […]

What to Watch in 2017: Arraya Predicts the Year in Technology

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| January 9, 2017

Unless you happen to have a crystal ball handy, predicting what’s coming next in the fast-moving world of IT is a tall order. We don’t have a crystal ball, but we do have the next best thing: a collection of plugged-in IT experts with diverse skills sets. We decided to tap in to the collective […]

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Recapping 2016: Arraya Looks Back at the Year in IT

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| December 29, 2016

From the rise of ransomware to the persistence of meddlesome and destructive hackers, the IT world made plenty of headlines in 2016 – and the Arraya Solutions team had front row seats through it all. We decided to ask the members of our technical practice areas and our Managed Services team for their takes on […]

What’s New in VxRail 4.0 and is it Right for You?

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| December 9, 2016

Dell EMC’s VxRail appliance isn’t even a year old yet, but it’s already had a major effect on the world of hyper-converged infrastructure. With 123% quarterly growth and more than 3800 nodes deployed in 90+ countries, VxRail and its subsequent updates clearly have caught on with businesses looking to optimize their VMware environments. Here at […]

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Ready to upgrade vSphere? Here’s Why 6.5 is Your Best Bet

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| December 5, 2016

The end of support dates for a pair of popular VMware offerings came and went not that long ago. Businesses who’ve already upgraded – or at least have plans in place to do so – should have little to worry about. For those who have yet to set this process in motion, we’re going to […]

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How VMware's Free Hands-On Labs Boost Virtualization Know-How

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| November 3, 2016

If you’re in the market for some practical experience with the latest in virtualization technology, look no further than VMware’s Hands-on Labs. These labs let you get your hands dirty working with solutions in categories such as SDDC (software defined data center), hybrid cloud, and end user computing. As for cost, Hands-on Labs should fit […]

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Recapping VMworld Day 2

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| August 31, 2016

  The second day of VMworld 2016 has come and gone. However, we have some business to take care of before we can officially say goodbye to day two of VMware’s conference. So let’s check in with a member of our virtualization team (who will be onsite all week) and get his thoughts on some […]

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Recapping Day 1 of VMworld

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights|

  Thousands of attendees from around the world converged on Las Vegas yesterday to kick off VMworld 2016. Taking center stage during the company’s annual four-day conference will be its latest virtualization and cloud innovations. Unable to make it to this year’s event? Arraya has you covered. A member of our virtualization practice will be […]

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Why You Need to Schedule a vSphere Health Check Today

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| August 16, 2016

Static, stationary, inactive – it’s doubtful any of these terms describe your organization’s vSphere deployment. In actuality, hosts and virtual machines are always on the move, with some changes occurring as often as daily. The ripple effects of these movements can be felt across IT environments and organizations as a whole and can make it […]

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