I previously wrote about the use of VMware on a desktop/workstation environment – a scenario commonly known as a ‘Type 2’ or ‘Hosted’ hypervisor. This is a good use for VMware in a relatively isolated environment already running its own Operating System. For example - your laptop is running Windows 7, then you install VMware Workstation (a Type 2 hypervisor), and gain the ability to share the resources of your laptop to run additional instances of another OS in separate VMs.
As a former IT Professional now in the Automation/OT world, I have been using some form of VMware since about 2007 – be it VMware Workstation or VMware ESX/ESXi hypervisors.
Lighting is one of the aspects of facility operations that is often taken for granted. The thing is without it all other operating systems are just about useless. Think about it: what can you do in a pitch dark room? If your lighting system experiences a hiccup, your facility could be closed for hours, days or weeks until you literally switch the lights back on. What’s more, you could be throwing money away by using inefficient and outdated lighting.
So how do you know when it’s time to upgrade your lighting?
We at Rumsey are excited about our new relationship with Tripwire.
On June 8, Rumsey hosted its first ever Hatfield Cruise Night. We had the opportunity to get together with our customers in a fun atmosphere while sharing a common passion for classic cars and motorcycles. In all, about 30 of our customers came and showed their cars off.
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