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    Quick and Dirty – Save your VMware license count on Oracle Ravello

    Background Whilst deploying bare metal ESXi host workloads on Oracle Ravello, I always thought it odd that you could only specify sing core processors per server which results in a 4 CPU system consuming 4 socket license for VMware. When you are limited to 16 socket licenses with vExpert license keys, this quickly gets consumed. [...] The post Quick and Dirty – Save your VMware license count on Oracle Ravello appeared first on @Ian0x0r - SNURF.
    Blog Name: Snurf Author: Ian
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 00:28:15
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    Installing a Chained SSL Certificate to an NSX Load Balancer Edge

    As you probably know, an NSX Edge Services Gateway can be configured to provide Load Balancing services.The most common would be to load balance between a pool of web servers and accessed by a unique IP or DNS name, nothing real new here.The Load Balancer Edge supports several SSL Certificate options, from creating a self-signed one, adding one from an internal CA server, and installing one purchased from a public Certificate Authority.But, a somewhat overlooked option is the ability to add an S[...]
    Blog Name: Virtual Southwest – Blog
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 23:57:27
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    Horizon View – How to add a second Connection server (Replica server)

    Looking at the design from the previous post we want to have a degree of redundancy and to do that we’ll need a second Connection server also known as a replica server. We’ve already built our first connection server here and done some configuration here and some certificate stuff here. Continuing on I’ll be using Horizon [...]
    Blog Name: port115 Author: admin
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 23:05:12
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    Testing NSX VTEP Communication

    Testing NSX VTEP Communication Testing NSX VTEP Communication An in-depth look at the VXLAN network stack and VTEP to VTEP communication testing. VMware Social Media Advocacy Advertisements
    Blog Name: vAddicted Author: Raffaello
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 22:02:38
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    vSAN Deep Dive – vSAN Chat Q&A

    In our Twitter vSAN Chat with Duncan Epping and Cormac Hogan, we covered the A to Z of their newly published “vSAN 6.7 Deep Dive” book. If you’ve ever wondered “What exactly is vSAN?”, everything to know about Stretched Clusters, or the vSAN 6.7 Deep Dive dedication song “Turn the Page” written by Bob Seger The post vSAN Deep Dive – vSAN Chat Q&A appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: vSAN Team
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 20:11:14
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    Operationalizing VMware vSAN: a new eBook

    by Kevin Lees,  Chief  Technologist, IT Operations Transformation I’m pleased to announce the release of my second book: Operationalizing VMware vSAN co-authored with Paul Wiggett, a Senior Technical Operations Architect at VMware. Like my first book, Operationalizing VMware NSX (download here), Operationalizing VMware vSAN addresses what happens after you’ve designed and implemented a key VMware solution in The post Operationalizing VMware vSAN: a new eBook appeared first on VMware Pr[...]
    Blog Name: PSO / Education Author: Ann Sayer
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 19:40:31
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    Save 15% Off vSphere Course Bundle – only for…

    Save 15% Off vSphere Course Bundle – only for On Demand course delivery Save 15% Off vSphere Course Bundle – only for… Learning investments drive your business impact and success. Start the New Year with enabling yourself and validating your skills in installing, designing and managing VMware vSphere environments with VCP-DCV Certification. What’s more, you [...]
    Blog Name: The Virtually Connected Author: Tim Sandy
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 18:12:49
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    New vRealize Log Insight Content Pack for vSAN…

    New vRealize Log Insight Content Pack for vSAN Released New vRealize Log Insight Content Pack for vSAN… vSAN customers who use vRealize Log Insight will be interested to know that a new Log Insight content pack for vSAN was released this week. Version 2.1 of the vSAN content pack introduces some changes that are worth [...]
    Blog Name: The Virtually Connected Author: Tim Sandy
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 18:03:13
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    How to Implement NSX Micro-Segmentation for Adobe Experience Manager using VMware NSX Data Center

      by Lincu Abraham, IT Manager, VMware   To read more about how VMware IT has implemented micro-segmentation using NSX Data Center in various applications, click here   Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) provides content authoring, workflow, archiving and an intuitive user interface that enable organizations to reduce the cost, time and risk associated with delivering The post How to Implement NSX Micro-Segmentation for Adobe Experience Manager using VMware NSX Data Center appeared first on VMwa[...]
    Blog Name: VMware on VMware Author: vov
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 17:23:30
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    Google™ Recognizes VMware’s Commitment Through Android Enterprise Recommended for EMMs Validation

    VMware is excited to be an inaugural validated partner for the launch of Android Enterprise Recommended for EMMs! Continue reading to learn more about Android Enterprise Recommended and the requirements we met, which are available today, to become a validated EMM partner. Long-time readers of the VMware Blog may remember when we announced our vision […] The post Google™ Recognizes VMware’s Commitment Through Android Enterprise Recommended for EMMs Validation appeared first on VMware E[...]
    Blog Name: AirWatch Author: Bhavesh Kumar
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 17:05:59
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    Horizon View 7.X – Branding the Logon pge

    I’ve blogged about this for previous versions of VMware Horizon and with version 7.6 now GA I thought I would put all of the information together and hopefully simplify the process by removing some peripheral information.
    Blog Name: Define Tomorrow Author: Chris Tucker
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 14:42:00
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    Latest VMware Visio Stencils

    Just in the middle of doing some design work with Visio and as this was a new install (and laptop) of Visio with no stencils and icons, I had to go looking for them again! So here we are, courtesy of the VMTN forums! Official VMware Visio Stencils & Icons
    Blog Name: Kibble Network Author: knightblade1
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 14:02:45
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    Install Home Assistant Hass.io as VM in VMware Workstation

    There a multiple ways to install Home Assistant Hass.io on different platforms. The instructions for deploying Hass.io as Virtual Machine (VM) are not very clear when using VMware Workstation or VMware ESXi. In this blog post I highlight the steps needed to deploy Hass.io as VM using VMware Workstation 15 Pro. Here are the steps: ... Read more The post Install Home Assistant Hass.io as VM in VMware Workstation appeared first on ivobeerens.nl.
    Blog Name: ivobeerens.nl Author: Ivo Beerens
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 13:28:02
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    Learn Windows PowerShell in a Month of Lunches, Third Edition #BookReview #Powershell #PowerCLI #Scripting #vExpert

    So if you follow my posts, one thing you will know about me is that I like learning new things and picking up skills. Through my whole time of working with vSphere, I have used PowerCLI in one way or another. I can muddle my way around a bit, but it has always niggled at me that I don’t know it as well as I could. When people were talking about scripting or sharing their scripts, I could barely follow along, and that to me is very annoying. I always at least want to have a solid base understa[...]
    Blog Name: vMusketeers Author: Bilal Ahmed
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 08:47:54
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    Moving from vSphere 5.5 to vSphere 6.5 Part 2 #Upgrade #Migration #Fresh #vExpert #vSphere #VCSA

    So now we have got all the back story out of the way with Part 1, we can get into the meat of it all. The Middle I used various scripts, from various places and used the web client to get everything how I needed it to be. These scripts are provided AS IS, use them at your own risk, they worked for me. I have credited everyone I borrowed the source scripts from, and even provided the location of the source scripts too. A lot of people put effort into making the scripts, so I thought it would only[...]
    Blog Name: vMusketeers Author: Bilal Ahmed
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 08:38:26