[Chugalug] OT: esxi 5.5 and winxp 32
william.roush at roushtech.net
Fri Oct 18 14:46:45 UTC 2013
I honestly think the whole vRAM fiasco was embarrassing on all levels,
they tooted their horn about great it was, I wrote a multi-page blog
post blasting their model and how it was more expensive for anyone that
knew what they were doing and attempting to get higher guest:host
ratios. I was also one of the most active community members during the
time participating in the threadnaught they had about it.
Microsoft swoops in, takes a good chunk of customers over it, massive
marketing material that parrots what I've basically detailed, VMWare
retracts their bad decision.
Building their web tools on Apache Flex (Used to be Adobe Flex) is
terrible, they have the resources to do a proper nearly full HTML5/JS
feature-rich (I understand console access possibly needed to be done as
some sort of a plugin, but still...), highly responsive and efficient
client/server. Alas the largest hypervisor producer takes the easy road
as opposed to the more sustainable one.
It'll be sad to see VMWare to continue to fall over bad decisions, I
really prefer their hypervisor over all others right now.
On 10/18/2013 10:40 AM, Bret McHone wrote:
> +1 on that one. It took my vmware rep 8 months to get back to me on a
> question. They have basically been ignoring customers after they got
> their money. Thankfully competition is making them rethink some things
> and our new rep has been much more responsive.
> On Oct 18, 2013 10:35 AM, "William Roush" <william.roush at roushtech.net
> <mailto:william.roush at roushtech.net>> wrote:
> Yep, I've discussed it before that they'd either need to roll the
> web client into the stand alone hypervisor eventually (and they're
> just dragging their feet on it), or they're yet again attempting
> to get people off of the free hypervisor onto the paid one (which
> Microsoft just gobbles up).
> VMWare has made a lot of management screw-ups recently and I'm not
> William Roush
> On 10/17/2013 6:10 PM, Matt Keys wrote:
> It seems like they're pushing you to the web client, which
> requires a vsphere server (standard/enterprise) license does
> it not?
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