- AboutDane Young is an aspiring technothusiast specializing in application, desktop, and server virtualization technologies. Dane’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Science in Bus. Admin/Management Information Systems from Sacramento State and a Masters of Business Administration from the Univerisity of Phoenix. Notable certifications include Citrix Certified Integration Architect for Virtualization, VMware Certified Professional for vSphere 4 and Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Windows Server 2008 R2, Virtualization Administrator. Dane’s technical experience includes: – mentoree of Bill Alderson, PMG (Pine Mountain Group, acquired by NetQoS and later Computer Associates) – technical entrepreneurship and consulting for small and medium size businesses – program manager and infrastructure engineer, K-8 education – field consulting and engineering, managed services provider, and – most recently field systems and solutions engineer, M7 Global Partner: Entisys Solutions. Location: Sacramento, Ca Technical Inspirations: Brian Madden (www.brianmadden.com) Doug Brown (www.dabcc.com) Eric Haavarstein (www.xenappblog.com) Pierre Marmignon (www.citrixtools.net) Scott Lowe (blog.scottlowe.org) Thomas Koetzing (www.thomaskoetzing.de)
Provisioning Services High Availability with a Local vDisk Store
When setting up high availability in a Provisioning Services environment there is always the question of where to put the vDisk store. You have several different options for the location of the vDisk store. You can place it on the local system, on a Windows …
Provisioning Services 5.1 Specify Database Mirror Failover Partner…Huh?
This feature has been been added to Provisioning Services 5.6. Provisioning Services 5.1 has another new feature – the ability to specify a database mirror failover partner. Ok, but what are the requirements? How do you configure it? Do you use SQL mirroring, replication, or …
Have you upgraded to Provisioning Services 5.1 yet? Why Not?
Provisioning Services 5.1 has been out for awhile now and it amazes me how many people are still running 4.5 or 5.0. Why haven’t they upgraded yet? Do they know about the new features?