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Homelab Upgrade : vSAN powered

vSAN is here from few years now, i already worked on it and i don’t take risk to say that’s a powerful technology.

I’m not really an expert on this topic and i want to go further, but as you may know, vSAN need “important” hardware. This solution, in my humble opinion, become nice to lab on it if you have at least SSDs and NICs dedicated to it.

NUC is for me one best solution to have your home lab, low footprint, low electrical consumption and really low noise, but you have drawback : my version is limited to 16 GB each and only one NIC adapter.

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Powershell and PowerCLI on my Raspberry Pi

First of all, i’m a G33K. This kind of geek who will buy stuff without knowing what he’ll do with it.

I saw few days ago that Raspberry Pi 3 had really nice performance.

Windows is more and more open too the open source world.
VMware realesed few days ago a new version of PowerCLI : 10.0.0.

You shake all this informations and you have it : “well, it may be pretty handsome to have PowerCLI on my Raspberry PI”. Continue Reading