Vagrant – build always same VMs

Vagrant is a tool for building complete development environments.

With an easy-to-use workflow and focus on automation, Vagrant lowers development environment setup time, increases development/production parity, and makes the “works on my machine” excuse a relic of the past.

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Conky alternative in M$ – Desktopinfo

In Linux we have Conky in Windows Desktopinfo or BGinfo. Here below I would like to propose to use Desktopinfo. This is not as much of use for home users to extend their desktop by beatutifult intergated system info direct with the desktop wallpaper / background. The most common use would be for multiple M$ systems hosted in cloud, small business servers or farms where you remote often and want to have all the system info right on plate – on your background. This saves time thus increase performance of administrative tasks by easy visually identifying the system health and resources. Continue reading

Configure NTP server and client on Vmware ESXi Hypervisor

Priority: Critical

VMware network time synchronization: A walkthrough To configure NTP synchronization, select the host, and on the Configuration tab, select Time Configuration under Software. You’ll now see the existing time synchronization status on that host. Next, click Properties. This selection shows the Time Configuration screen, where you can see the current time on the host. Make sure it’s not too different from the actual time, because a host that’s more than 1,000 seconds is considered “insane” and won’t synchronize. Continue reading