- VMware KB: Installing or upgrading View Composer fails with error: The wizard was interrupted before VMware View Composer could be completely installed
To resolve this issue, log in to the server with the account that was used to install vCenter Server and rerun the View Composer installer. This issue occurs if the user account that is used to install View Composer is not the same as the account used to install vCenter Server and the user account does not have sufficient permissions to modify the MachineKeys directory. You can find the account used to install vCenter Server by checking the permissions on the C:UsersAll UsersMicrosoftCryptoRSAMachineKeys folder:
- Office of the CTO | Project Serengeti: There's a Virtual Elephant in my Datacenter
VMware is introducing several new initiatives in the open source Hadoop community to enable big data applications to be deployed more easily, rapidly and in a more agile manner.
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Facebook is asking me to redefine my closest 7 friends. I logged into Facebook today to see this new feature, starring your friends. Below this text is a Google circles like UI that asks me to star friends whose updates are particularly important to me. With hundreds of friends, the average Facebook user logs in to see wall of updates that aren’t quite relevant. Some of us have reduced our friend graphs and unfriended contacts in order to return the feed to relevance, which isn’t a desired user behavior.
Apple has built the most successful tech ecosystem of the past ten years. And they have done it, surprisingly, by dictating the rules of that ecosystem. Compare iOS and Android. To win, both needed to develop initially 2 but eventually 3 things: A mobile OS Mobile hardware to run the OS And later, the content ecosystem Apple controls nearly every aspect of this stack, from the prices of books and movies, to the place where apps are downloaded, to the payment mechanisms, down to the advertising and user tracking.
Although today’s society is said to be in a state of information overload, in fact it may not be in excess. It’s just an overflow of odd and fragmented information in the media. The amount of information in each fragment is in fact quite small. In this slew of half baked information, isn’t the brain oppressed? The stress on the brain isn’t because of quantity, but because of limited quality. Kenya Hara, Designing Design