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    Installing VMware vCLI on Ubuntu Desktop

    In this post I’ll walk through installing the vSphere vCLI on an Ubuntu desktop to enable remotely running esxtop, vicfg
    Blog Name: vHersey Author: herseyc
    Published on 2019-02-23 | Time 16:30:09
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    VSAN – Stretched Cluster ve Network Bandwidth

    Merhaba, Bu yazımda VSAN Stretched Cluster ve Network Bandwidth ile ilgili detaylı bilgiler vereceğim. Daha önce VSAN Cluster tipleri ile ilgili bir makale yazmıştım. Bu yazıma aşağıdaki linkten ulaşabilirsiniz. Aynı zamanda Stretched Cluster ile ilgilide bilgiler vermiştim. Ancak bu yazımda Stretched Cluster ile ilgili daha detaylı bilgiler vereceğim. VSAN Stretched Cluster VSAN – Fault Domain [...]
    Blog Name: Tayfun Degar Author: Tayfun DEĞER
    Published on 2019-02-22 | Time 01:03:39
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    Performance Metrics when using IOPS Limits with vSAN – What you Need to Know

    The IOPS limits storage policy rule found in vSAN is a simple and flexible way to limit the amount of resources that a VMDK can use at any given point in time. While it is easy to enable, there are specific considerations in how performance metrics will be rendered when IOPS limit rules are being The post Performance Metrics when using IOPS Limits with vSAN – What you Need to Know appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Pete Koehler
    Published on 2019-02-22 | Time 20:57:10
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    The Advanced VMware vSphere NIC Teaming Guide

    Something we have talked about before is VMware vSphere NIC teaming. We started out simply, with an introduction, and talked about two of the easiest VMware load balancing algorithms to use: route based on originating virtual port and route based on physical NIC load. Now, I want to take some time to take a look [...]
    Blog Name: vMiss.net Author: melissa
    Published on 2019-02-22 | Time 16:00:09
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    Upgrading a Basic vCenter 6.5 HA Cluster to…

    vCenter HA Cluster: upgrading to 6.7U1 Upgrading a Basic vCenter 6.5 HA Cluster to… VMware vCenter HA (VCHA) was a feature first introduced in vSphere 6.5 back in late 2016. There is two deployment methods available when enabling this feature…Basic deployment or an Advanced deployment. The Basic deployment method is the easiest of the two. ... Continue Reading Upgrading a Basic vCenter 6.5 HA Cluster to… →
    Blog Name: vAddicted Author: Raffaello
    Published on 2019-02-22 | Time 14:20:58
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    NSX-T Configuration Workflow

    Whenever we configure any product then it is important to know the configuration workflow of that product. This is what i have prepared for NSX-T to help everyone.
    Blog Name: Virtualization The Future Author: Ranjna Aggarwal
    Published on 2019-02-22 | Time 14:16:00
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    Vembu: Restore – Live Recovery to ESXi Server – Parte 2

    En un post anterior, empezamos a trabajar con los distintos tipos de restore. Empezamos por el: "Quick VM Recovery", orientado a una recuperación rápida de la VM:Vembu: Restore - Tipos y Quick VM Recovery - Parte 1  (SYSADMIT.com)Con la opción "Quick VM Recovery", no era posible personalizar los elementos a recuperar. Esta vez, trabajaremos con la opción de restore: "Live Recovery to ESX(i)
    Blog Name: SYSADMIT
    Published on 2019-02-22 | Time 09:36:03
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    Importing / Moving on-premise (VMware) instances to OCI

    OCI’s Native VMDK Import feature It is of course important that you can easily move any of your on-premise workloads to the Cloud. The Oracle Cloud has specific features to help you with this task, like the native support for importing .VMDK files. A good starting point in the documentation is here: https://docs.cloud.oracle.com/iaas/Content/Compute/References/bringyourownimage.htm If you… Read More »
    Blog Name: Run Virtual Author: richard
    Published on 2019-02-22 | Time 08:41:43
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    Brisbane VMUG – March 2019

    The March 2019 edition of the Brisbane VMUG meeting will be held on Tuesday 26th March at Fishburners from 4pm – 6pm. It’s sponsored by Dell and promises to be a great afternoon. Here’s the agenda: VMUG Intro (by me) VMware / Dell Presentation: Dell Factory Provisioning for Windows 10 with Workspace ONE (Pete Lindley) VMware Presentation: VMware Education update and [...]
    Blog Name: penguinpunk.net Author: dan
    Published on 2019-02-21 | Time 23:00:54
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    VMware Workstation – Enter Serial Number From Linux CLI

    Well, this was a fun exercise. While building out some VMs to execute Packer image builds for vSphere, I installed VMware Workstation via Ansible and forgot to add the serial number as part of the installation. Yes, you read that correct, running Packer builds inside a vSphere VM, within VMware Workstation. All kicked off via GitLab CI pipelines. So, anyways, back to the issue at hand. I needed to enter a functional license key to make Packer happy with VMware Workstation. Well, something that o[...]
    Blog Name: Everything Should Be Virtual Author: Larry Smith Jr.
    Published on 2019-02-21 | Time 19:05:00
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    vSphere vCenter HTML5 Web Client buttons and icons all wrong after patching

    Recently we patched our vSphere vCenter 6.5  to latest version and we noticed that after upgrade most of icons were weird and some of the buttons were wrong. At first my heart missed a beat since all green icons were suddenly red. After closer look we saw that the status was OK but icon was [...]
    Blog Name: Kalle’s Playground Author: Kalle
    Published on 2019-02-21 | Time 17:51:38
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    PowerCLI: Jak zachować konfiguracje grupy ESXi za jednym razem ?

    Nie często to robimy, ale czasami, gdy już przyjdzie nam jakimś cudem przywracać konfigurację hosta do domyślnej zastanawiamy się… czy nie mamy gdzieś kopii zapasowej konfiguracji ESXi. Często się zdarza, że jednak nie mamy i zostaje konfiguracja ręczna lub ewentualnie przez host profile. Można jednak przywrócić konfiguracje hosta z zapisanego wcześniej pliku. To tylko propozycja. […] The post PowerCLI: Jak zachować konfiguracje grupy ESXi za jednym razem ? appeared first on[...]
    Blog Name: vTechnology Notes Author: Sebastian Grugel
    Published on 2019-02-21 | Time 15:43:46
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    VCP6.7-DCV Objective 4.6 – Deploy and configure VMware vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA)

    In this objective, we’ll show you how to set up the main piece of VMware infrastructure – a vCenter server running on Linux Photon OS – VMware vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA). Since several years, VMware is trying to break out from Windows dependency and since 6.5 and now with 6.7 the feature set of VCSA [...] Read the full post VCP6.7-DCV Objective 4.6 – Deploy and configure VMware vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) at ESX Virtualization.
    Blog Name: ESX Virtualization Author: Vladan SEGET
    Published on 2019-02-21 | Time 12:25:27
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    Upgrading a Basic vCenter 6.5 HA Cluster to vCenter HA 6.7 U1

    VMware vCenter HA (VCHA) was a feature first introduced in vSphere 6.5 back in late 2016. There is two deployment methods available when enabling this feature…Basic deployment or an Advanced deployment. The Basic deployment method is the easiest of the two. The procedure did everything for you including… Added 2nd NIC to the vCenter VM. ... Continue Reading Upgrading a Basic vCenter 6.5 HA Cluster to vCenter HA 6.7 U1 →
    Blog Name: The Wifi-Cable Author: thewificable
    Published on 2019-02-21 | Time 12:00:43
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    Deploy PaloAlto VM-Series Firewall In vSphere Envirionment

    The VM-Series firewall is distributed using the Open Virtualization Alliance (OVA) format, which is a standard method of packaging and deploying virtual machines. You can install this solution on any x86 device that is capable of running VMware ESXi. In order to deploy a VM-Series firewall, you must be familiar with VMware and vSphere including [...] The post Deploy PaloAlto VM-Series Firewall In vSphere Envirionment appeared first on VMarena.
    Blog Name: VMARENA Author: Rajesh Radhakrishnan
    Published on 2019-02-21 | Time 11:49:14