The SDDCbox Project — Part #3 — Choosing a Mac Pro Configuration

In my previous article, “The SDDCbox Project — Part #2 — Testing the Waters“, I exposed my testing strategy which involved testing a few virtual machines on my iMac to get a sense of the type of hardware I will need for my SDDCbox project. The more CPU cores, the more RAM and disk space I’ll be able to afford, the better the chances to get a future proof Mac Pro configuration…

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Long time blogger about #apple #photography #privacy, #climatechange and some more. https://linktr.ee/numericcitizen

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