About Terry Felesena

As a Solutions Architect at Peters & Associates, Terry Felesena is responsible for high level architecture, design, and review of complex virtualization solutions, as well as mentoring and troubleshooting guidance. Terry has been with Peters & Associates for over two decades. Application Virtualization: Terry has a vast knowledge base regarding XenApp, XenDesktop, and Terminal Services. He has had numerous projects involving the design, implementation, and support of using industry best practice methodology. Terry has recently completed projects with large numbers of servers and thousands of concurrent users. Designs and implementations include high availability and redundant access points via Internet, WAN and local connectivity. Server Virtualization: Through assessments, Terry has been integral in providing optimal designs and sizing to support virtualizing mission critical applications. Implementations are based on zero impact to production and maintaining server uptime.

Hyper-V Replica & Guest Configuration Synchronization

Did you know that configuration changes for Hyper-V replicated virtual machines do not automatically synchronize? Read on for how to keep your changes in sync. Updating Virtual Machine Configuration Settings First, you have your virtual guest replicating to another Hyper-V server.  Maybe you have a virtual guest also replicated to another server using extended replication. [...]

By |2018-12-18T11:58:56-06:00January 16th, 2017|Infrastructure Services|1 Comment

Search Service Tuning on a Remote Desktop Services (RDS) Server

Microsoft Outlook search functionality relies on the Search service for the Instant Search feature. With Outlook 2010/2013 there is more integration available with the Search application. As a result, the SearchIndexer.exe process on an RDS server may cause high CPU and I/O usage as more users log onto the server. On RDS servers we need [...]

By |2018-12-18T12:00:25-06:00July 13th, 2015|Infrastructure Services|Comments Off on Search Service Tuning on a Remote Desktop Services (RDS) Server