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Oct 12 2017

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# Forget everything you know about surveillance software and say “hello” to Ocularis. GREAT FOR YOUR BOTTOM LINE Ocularis Mix & Match allows you to use different camera license types in the same system without additional fees. So you’ll not only save with Ocularis’ self-guided interface which allows you to cut operator training time in half, you also save thousands of dollars in installation costs by customizing your system to meet your exact requirements. FAST & EASY INSTALLATION Ocularis comes with a Camera Finder discovery tool that quickly finds cameras on your network to easily add them to your system. …

Sep 8 2017

Fixed VMs Network Very Slow on Windows 2012 R2 #vms #network

# [Fixed] VMs Network Very Slow on Windows 2012 R2/2016 Hyper-V Hosts Update: This method is still applicable for latest Windows 2016 Server Hyper-V if the physical network cards on the host do not support VMQ feature. By default, once you installed Windows 2012 R2 or Windows 2016 Hyper-V role on the server, the VMQ feature would be enabled on on the physical server. If the physical NIC do not support ( it is a hardware feature) VMQ, then it is going to slow down the network inside the virtual machines. Microsoft says there are particular NICs and manufacturers got …

Aug 6 2017

Number of VMs per server #vms #server

# Number of VMs per server That million dollar question has been asked many times before. The simple answer – there is no definate answer. There are so many variables that contribute to the # of VMs you can run on a sever: – # of Sockets– Core per socket – Network bandwidth Allocated per Host – Storage connectivity bandwidth – VM attributes workload function (amount of memory, CPU disk per VM) Even though you can probably squeeze a much higher # of VMs per server with increased memory densities CPU power, also increases your failure domain. HA might be …