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Fabrizio de Luca

Fabrizio de Luca

Italian freelance VMware Certified Instructor (VCI) and VMware Certified Mentor (VCM) based in Milano, teaching official VMware courses for the major VMware Authorized Training Centers (VATC) in EMEA. Website URL:

VSICM51 - Slide 02-43 - VMware ESXi



Wrong:

When describing VMware ESXi, slide notes state:

ESXi has a small disk footprint (less than 70MB) for added security and reliability.
Correct:

The ESXi 5.x actual footprint is 144MB.

Info:

Historically the ESXi footprint has progressively grown from its first release, 32MB in ESXi 3.5, through 70MB in ESXi 4.x, up to its current size in ESXi 5.x.

Source:

VMware vSphere whitepapers.


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VSICM51 - Slide 02-38 - Managing ESXi from the Command Line



Wrong:

While describing the vSphere Management Appliance, slide notes state:

vMA is deployed as a virtual appliance that is built on Red Hat Linux.
Correct:

Previous editions of the vMA were based on Red Hat Linux, yet - with the release of vSphere 5.0 - the vMA has been migrated to SUSE Enterprise Linux 11 64bit edition.

Source:

vSphere Management Assistant 5.0 Release Notes.


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Welcome

 

Six years after the launch of the first version of this web site, it is now time to revamp it.

Many things have changed since when F.D.L.SISTEMI was founded, back in 2007: a new educational branch has been started in 2010 when I became a VMware Certified Instructor. Subsequently in 2012, after being named VMware Certified Mentor, instructional activities were further expanded.

During the last twelve months I've repeatedly looked into initiatives which could have been most useful for the VMware community. Based on my experience as an instructor, this springtime I eventually started off the "myCourseware Corrections" project, which is now accesible to complement the "VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage [V5.1]" course materials.

Besides the above, also the look and feel of websites has undergone a radical change, becoming more responsive and usable for mobile devices such as tablets and mobile phones, therefore the redesign has focused on providing a more modern design concept and a better mobile access.

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