I was in Manhattan during Hurricane Sandy. The path of the storm was clear, and the outcome largely pre-determined. Because the company I work for (VMsources) has many clients in Manhattan, it was decided that the best place for me, were disaster to strike, was right in Manhattan.
There has been a ton of misinformation surrounding legitimate Disaster Recovery for Virtualized environments. There are many purveyors of “all-you-can-eat DR to the Cloud” for very attractive blanket rates such as $600.00/month. Other providers offer “per-VM to the Cloud” protection in the sub $20.00/month price range.
VMware vSphere offers powerful native tools to manage users’ access to resources in a vSphere environment. Administrators may create custom Roles that are composed of one or more granular Privileges. Each Privilege is the most granular right that can be ascribed within vSphere, such as the ability to power-on a virtual machine (NOTE: power-off is… Continue reading “Cloud permissions for VMware vSphere (Roles, Privileges and Permissions)”