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  • ESXi on ARM/Raspberry Pi for vSAN Witness…

    ESXi on ARM/Raspberry Pi for vSAN Witness purposes or for? ESXi on ARM/Raspberry Pi for vSAN Witness… Advertise here with BSA I was just catching up on a couple of VMworld sessions. One session that stood out to me was most definitely once again the session by Chris Wolf and Daniel Beveridge. I am not [...]
    Blog Name: The Virtually Connected Author: Tim Sandy
    Published on 2018-11-14 | Time 15:20:44
  • VMware-AWS partnership builds on cloud,…

    VMware-AWS partnership builds on cloud, database integration VMware-AWS partnership builds on cloud,… The VMware-AWS partnership first yielded VMware Cloud on AWS, and with cheaper price points and wider coverage, the service is poised to gain momentum. VMware and AWS built on this partnership with a database service that boosts the VMware-AWS integration even more. VMware [...]
    Blog Name: The Virtually Connected Author: Tim Sandy
    Published on 2018-11-14 | Time 15:15:14
  • How VDI admins can earn VMware and Citrix…

    How VDI admins can earn VMware and Citrix… The process of earning VMware and Citrix certifications for desktop and app virtualization can be time-consuming and expensive. But certified IT pros provide value to their organizations and their own careers. VMware Social Media Advocacy
    Blog Name: massmans Author: massmans
    Published on 2018-11-14 | Time 14:58:16
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    Using vSphere Tags to Check for Pending Reboot State

    You may have seen my blog post on the Test-PendingReboot PowerShell module.  I’ve been using it a lot lately and had the thought to use vSphere Tags to check pending reboot state.  In my environment, we normally check for pending reboot states before patching.  If a server is in a pending reboot state, it won’t receive the patches from SCCM, etc.  We have 3 different groups we deploy patches to.  Staging, Production, and Global (servers outside the US). First, I
    Blog Name: The Lowercase w Author: Ben Liebowitz
    Published on 2018-11-14 | Time 14:34:51
  • Design a Horizon View upgrade plan

    Design a Horizon View upgrade plan A VMware Horizon View upgrade isn’t as scary as it seems. Learn how to design a plan that incorporates VMware documentation, best practices and a cleanup process that ensures nothing holds back the upgrade. VMware Social Media Advocacy
    Blog Name: massmans Author: massmans
    Published on 2018-11-14 | Time 12:15:21
  • vCenter Server 6.7U1 Converge Tool

    Overview A few weeks ago VMware released vSphere 6.7U1, and in that release comes a tool that has been desired by many customers and partners, which is the vCenter Converge Tool, or in other words, a tool to convert an external vCenter and PSC architecture in to an embedded deployment. In the last few releases of vCenter Server,… Read More »
    Blog Name: Virtual Tassie Author: Matt
    Published on 2018-11-14 | Time 12:03:20
  • VMworld NSX Roving Reporter Interview

    Why NSX should be your top priority While attending VMworld 2018 in Barcelona my buddy and vExpert Ather Beg asked for a brief interview about VMware NSX topics. Here’s the result.   Further links and resources Product information NSX Data Center NSX for Horizon Hands on Labs (HOL) VMware NSX Data Center – Getting Started … Continue reading "VMworld NSX Roving Reporter Interview" Der Beitrag VMworld NSX Roving Reporter Interview erschien zuerst auf ElasticSky.
    Blog Name: Elastic Sky Author: Michael Schroeder
    Published on 2018-11-14 | Time 10:51:55
  • Goodbye to Platform Services Controller (PSC) From Future vSphere Release.

    VMware is deprecating the external Platform Services Controller deployment model and with future vSphere releases there won’t be an option to deploy the external PSC . External Platform Services Controller will be vailable only for update releases . PSC was first introduced in vSphere 6.0 and couple of purposes fulfilled by this . Actually  PSC [...] The post Goodbye to Platform Services Controller (PSC) From Future vSphere Release. appeared first on VMarena.
    Blog Name: VMARENA Author: Rajesh Radhakrishnan
    Published on 2018-11-14 | Time 10:47:41
  • No More External Platform Services Controller in Future VMware vSphere Releases – New Announcement

    VMware has announced the deprecation of External PSC in Future VMware Releases to Simplify the Deployment Process. Read more at here:-VMware Blog Article Link
    Blog Name: Virtualization The Future Author: Ranjna Aggarwal
    Published on 2018-11-13 | Time 06:09:00
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    No more External Platform Services Controller (PSC) in future vSphere release.

    VMware has announced the deprecation of the external PSC deployment model. In a future vSphere release (not update release), there will no longer be an option to deploy the external PSC. Going forward the embedded deployment will be the only way to deploy vCenter Server. This will provide an easier vCenter Server lifecycle which means easier deployments, upgrades, and fewer nodes to manage.With vSphere 6.5 Update 2 and vSphere 6.7, VMware introduced enhanced linked mode support for embedded PS[...]
    Blog Name: Virtual Maestro Author: Abhijeet Deshmukh
    Published on 2018-11-13 | Time 05:41:00
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    Nakivo 8.1 Public Beta Announced during VMworld Barcelona – Download Now

    During VMworld Barcelona 2018 I also had a stop at Nakivo booth where Tatiana shared some insights from a new Beta Version of Nakivo 8.1. This release brings universal application recovery allowing you to recover objects from any application. Another feature coming up is a Policy-based protection where you can set up policies and have [...] Read the full post Nakivo 8.1 Public Beta Announced during VMworld Barcelona – Download Now at ESX Virtualization.
    Blog Name: ESX Virtualization Author: Vladan SEGET
    Published on 2018-11-13 | Time 04:34:40
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    A VMware Perspective on Open Source in China – Part Two: Blockchain

    By Alan Ren In the first post in this series I offered a perspective on the overall open source landscape in China and looked in some detail at open source developments in the local cloud native space. Spurred in large part by the success of these cloud-native projects, the Chinese open source community is rapidly expanding The post A VMware Perspective on Open Source in China – Part Two: Blockchain appeared first on VMware Open Source Blog.
    Blog Name: Open Source Author: Open Source Team
    Published on 2018-11-13 | Time 03:43:21
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    Real Tech Users Weigh In: VMware vRealize Network Insight

      Last month, IT Central Station sent their events team to VMWorld 2018 with one aim: to find out what real tech users had to say about their experiences with VMware vRealize Network Insight.     Coined as “The Yelp of Enterprise Technology” by the Wall Street Journal, we are always continuing to expand our The post Real Tech Users Weigh In: VMware vRealize Network Insight appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
    Blog Name: Cloud Mgmt Author: Neelay Thaker
    Published on 2018-11-13 | Time 23:01:21
  • New VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2018-0028

    Today, VMware has released the following new security advisory:   “VMSA-2018-0028 (https://www.vmware.com/security/advisories/VMSA-2018-0028.html) – VMware vRealize Log Insight updates address an authorization bypass vulnerability” This documents the remediation of a moderate severity authorization bypass vulnerability (CVE-2018-6980 https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2018-6980) in VMware vRealize Log Insight. The issue exists due to improper authorization in the user regi[...]
    Blog Name: Security & Compliance Author: Jeanne-Cherie Anthony
    Published on 2018-11-13 | Time 20:35:40
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    vSphere Upgrade Saga: Finally vSphere 6.7

    It was time. I finally found the time to upgrade my environment to vSphere 6.7U1 from vSphere 6.5U1. The vSphere Upgrade Saga continues. No, I did not go to 6.5U2 or even vSphere 6.7, as I was waiting for the tool to allow me to converge my external PSC into an embedded PSC. Most things ... Continue Reading vSphere Upgrade Saga: Finally vSphere 6.7 → The post vSphere Upgrade Saga: Finally vSphere 6.7 appeared first on AstroArch Consulting, Inc.
    Blog Name: AstroArch Author: Edward Haletky
    Published on 2018-11-13 | Time 19:43:22