Brian is a Senior Technical Architect for a VMware partner and also writes for his own blog at Virtualizetips.com. Brian works with enterprise clients on creating virtual infrastructure, VDI and Cloud related design solutions. He is active in the VMware community and helps lead the Chicago VMUG group, and has been awarded VMware vExpert status for 2013, 2012 & 2011. He also holds the following VMware certifications: VCP3, VCP5, VCP5-Iaas, VCP-Cloud, VCAP5-DCD, VCAP5-DCA, VCA-DT, and VCP5-DT.
Brian Suhr's Recent Posts
Looking for a way to easily monitor session statistics in VMware Horizon View desktops? Read our performance monitoring walkthrough.
A desktop pool in Horizon View is a group of desktops created from a common image or template. In this post, learn to create linked clone pools in View.
In this tutorial, learn to create and setup a VMware View event log database to capture events and errors within View.
Managing user profiles is an important function in virtual End User Computing deployment. Learn to setup VMware View Persona Management in this walkthrough!
Find out how to load the VMware View administrative template (ADM) files into AD in this walkthrough.
In this quick overview, get up to speed on the new feature in VMware vSphere web client: storage reporting.
The vSphere Web Client brings with it many new features, including the ability to adjust the HA slot size. Learn more in this post!
With vSphere 5.5 VMware introduced a feature to decrease the latency to a virtual machine. Learn more about its settings in this overview!
You know that a vCenter appliance update is different than an upgrade, right? Learn to upgrade vCSA in this tutorial!
Discover how to upload and configure sysprep files, as part of our series on setting up VMware vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA).
If you want to control the behavior of VSAN storage, you’re going to need storage policies. Learn to create a storage policy in this handy post!
Discover how to setup VMware vSAN, the latest tech in storage and virtualization, and find out how local server storage can host VMs.
As storage becomes more defined and controlled by software, how will processes adapt? Learn more in this post!