Spring-cleaning vSphere Datastores using PowerShell

Spring-cleaning vSphere Datastores using PowerShell

Posted By Ton de Vreede
Datastores in any typical virtualized environment are critical components that hold virtual disks, snapshots, and other data that keeps your VMs alive. Like any storage, over time datastores tend to fill up, and when the percentage of used space reaches worrying levels it’s time to look for stuff that can be thrown away in order […]
Reading Between The IT Lines – Issue #2

Reading Between The IT Lines – Issue #2

Posted By Gadi Feldman
Welcome to the second edition of our roundup of what’s hot and what’s not in the IT world. Hope you enjoy the tour. Let’s get started: EUC You might tend to neglect it, but now is finally the time to pay serious attention to optimizing your VDI workloads. Link A new version of the beloved […]
Reading Between The IT Lines – Issue #1

Reading Between The IT Lines – Issue #1

Posted By Gadi Feldman
Welcome! Let’s do a quick round of all the movers and shakers of IT and see what we come up with. As usual a lot is happening and some of it is really great to know – so let’s get in the know: EUC Microsoft has been making  a lot of noise recently around the […]
Why I Joined ControlUp

Why I Joined ControlUp

Posted By Trentent
Where it all began Time. It’s something you never get back. I’ve heard it be called the most precious resource in the universe because once it’s gone, it’s gone. Something I’ve found I love about the end user computing space is we all share a lot of the same challenges. We share the same successes. […]
Monitor Citrix Resources with the ControlUp Logon Simulator

Monitor Citrix Resources with the ControlUp Logon Simulator

Posted By Trentent
Using the ControlUp Logon Simulator gives you the ability to have proactive notifications when applications become unavailable to your users. Each run by the simulator generates an event giving you the results of that run. This allows you to create an event based task to execute an action, or use the ControlUp Realtime Console to […]
Welcome To ControlUp 7.3 – What’s New?

Welcome To ControlUp 7.3 – What’s New?

Posted By Dan Levtov
ControlUp keeps evolving and bringing bigger and greater capabilities to your fingertips, based on our vision and your requests and needs. In a constantly changing IT landscape, you can bet on ControlUp to be a solid solution for your IT management, monitoring and troubleshooting needs. Introducing our latest version – ControlUp 7.3. Let’s go through […]
ControlUp Learns Linux

ControlUp Learns Linux

Posted By Dan Levtov
Wouldn’t it be cool if you could manage your Linux machines in ControlUp, alongside your regular Windows based VMs? We thought so too, so we’re introducing the new way to monitor and manage your Red Hat and CentOS machines within ControlUp using agentless integration via SSH, resulting in a similar experience as with your Windows based […]
Follow The vSAN To ControlUp

Follow The vSAN To ControlUp

Posted By Dan Levtov
Hyperconverged infrastructure solutions continue to gain momentum, and vSAN by VMware is poised to be a significant player by the sheer fact that it’s the virtualization market leader’s foray into hyperconverged solutions.  At ControlUp we want to deliver the broadest coverage for your virtual infrastructure needs, which is why we decided to integrate vSAN into […]
Hypervisor Market Share – ControlUp Perspective

Hypervisor Market Share – ControlUp Perspective

Posted By Dan Levtov
We have the special privilege at ControlUp to see a picture – far and wide, of the way IT organizations are built. Our customers anonymous data can provide some very interesting insights, buried within the big data. This time we set our eyes on the ongoing competition between hypervisors – who’s on top? Who took […]