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  • Update the VCSA to latest 6.1U1g and not to 6.5U2

    VMware vSphere 6.5 it’s quite popolar now, considering the deadline for the version 5.5 in this year and the direct upgrade path from v5.5 to v6.5. But maybe not everybody want to update vSphere 6.5 to Update 2, considering that there will be no upgrade path (yet) to version 6.7 and maybe other minor issues due to the backport of some features. For the ESXi host is quite simple build a baseline to exclude the specific Update 2 patch. You can can also exclude a specifc patch (of a set of patch[...]
    Blog Name: vInfrastructure Blog Author: Andrea Mauro
    Published on 2018-06-21 | Time 05:00:02
  • Options for NTP services in ESXi

    There are 3 options basically for NTP services start and stop1) Start automatically if any ports are open, and stop when all ports are closed.2) Start and stop with host.3) Start and stop manually.  1)Start automatically if any ports are open, and stop when all ports are closed:This one is the default settings which is recommended by the VMware. In this option if any ports are open the client attempts to contact the network resources of the services. Here point to be noted where if some ports [...]
    Blog Name: Virtualvmx Author: Sachin Bhardwaj
    Published on 2018-06-21 | Time 01:59:00
  • VMware vSphere 6.7 support added in Vembu BDR Suite 3.9.1 (Sponsored Post)

    I always get amped when new releases of vSphere are released, the latest version (6.7) got released a few months back and introduced a host of new improvements.  Most noteably, the new and improved VMware vCenter Server Appliance has had a makeover to give administrators a better experience from a management persspective but also the [...]
    Blog Name: Cloud-Land Author: andre
    Published on 2018-06-21 | Time 23:47:11
  • NSX Cloud Blog Series: Part 1

    On the heels of announcing general availability of NSX Cloud on June 5th, we’re pleased to announce that NSX Cloud was selected as Best of Show runners-up in the cloud computing category at Interop Tokyo. The full list of all winners is available here. For those unfamiliar, Interop Tokyo is a major event of over The post NSX Cloud Blog Series: Part 1 appeared first on Network Virtualization.
    Blog Name: NSX / Network Virt Author: NSX Team
    Published on 2018-06-21 | Time 22:26:22
  • Expand a VMware Cloud on AWS Single-Host SDDC to a 4-Host SDDC

    With the announcement of the VMware Cloud on AWS Single-Host, customers are seeing the value of this offering and wanting to move to a 4-node Production SDDC. We are happy to announce that we have now released the ability to... The post Expand a VMware Cloud on AWS Single-Host SDDC to a 4-Host SDDC appeared first on BRIAN GRAF.
    Blog Name: vTagion – Virtualization is Contagious Author: Brian
    Published on 2018-06-21 | Time 16:51:28
  • NSX Cloud Overview

    After the Compute stack filled with VMware products, now it’s time to fill Network stack with VMware products 😉 Let me introduce new way to provision virtual networks in Cloud space not just limited to VMware ESXi but can be deployed with multiple end points & Clouds.VMware NSX Cloud delivers consistent networking and security for…
    Blog Name: VMwareGuruZ Author: Sateesh Thupakula
    Published on 2018-06-21 | Time 16:23:51
  • vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager Internet Proxy URLs

    Recently I was deploying the vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager (vRSLCM) at a customer. One of there requirement was that the appliance only could reach the internet with their internet proxy configured. The deployment was based on the latest version of the vRSLCM appliance version 1.2. The main use case for deploying this appliance at the … The post vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager Internet Proxy URLs appeared first on Be-Virtual.net.
    Blog Name: Be Virtual Author: Mischa Buijs
    Published on 2018-06-21 | Time 14:22:31
  • Using webhooks and vRLI to integrate vSAN alerts with Slack

    Introduction   When it comes to system administration and operations, we all know it can sometimes be tricky to get the visibility into your environments at the granularity and verbosity level that you want. No one wants a call at 3am to say a NIC flapped, unless, for example, it’s happening across 10 hosts within The post Using webhooks and vRLI to integrate vSAN alerts with Slack appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Myles Gray
    Published on 2018-06-21 | Time 12:26:05
  • VMware Cloud on AWS now available in Frankfurt region

    VMware Cloud on AWS is per June 2018 also available in the AWS Frankfurt region. Frankfurt is the fourth worldwide region in which the service is available. Also London (UK),  US East (Northern Virgina) and US West (Oregon) regions offer VMware Cloud on AWS. For those of you not aware what VMware Cloud on AWS is. [...]
    Blog Name: UP2V Author: Marcel van den Berg
    Published on 2018-06-21 | Time 12:01:04
  • Trigger APD on iSCSI LUN on vSphere

    Advertise here with BSA I was testing various failure scenarios in my lab today for the vSphere Clustering Deepdive session I have scheduled for VMworld. I needed some screenshots and log files of when a datastore hit an APD scenario, for those who don’t know APD stands for all paths down. In other words: the storage is inaccessible and [...] The post Trigger APD on iSCSI LUN on vSphere appeared first on Yellow Bricks.
    Blog Name: Yellow Bricks Author: Duncan Epping
    Published on 2018-06-21 | Time 11:43:24
  • VMware 6.7 Maksimum Değerler

    VMware 6.7 maksimum değerleri için  vSphere 6.7 vSphere 6.5 ve vSphere 6.0 aralarındaki minik karşılaştırma toblosu karşınızda.Virtual Machine MaximumvSphere 6.7vSphere 6.5vSphere 6.0NVDIMM Controllers1N/AN/ANon-volatile Memory1 TBN/AN/AVirtual ISCSI targets per virtual SCSI adapter641515Virtual ISCSI targets per Virtual Machine2566464Virtual RDMA Adapters per Virtual Machine1N/AN/AESXi Host MaximumvSphere 6.7vSphere 6.5vSphere 6.0Maximum Non-volatile memory per host1 TBN/AN/ALogical [...]
    Blog Name: vMwareTv – cahit yolaçan Author: Cahit Yolacan
    Published on 2018-06-21 | Time 07:37:00
  • VMware Horizon 7.5 ¿Qué hay de nuevo viejo?

    VMware libera otra iteración de su solución de software de administración de escritorios virtuales y buque insignia Horizon ver 7.5. El producto ha sido actualizado después de varios meses donde sólo con en el lanzamiento de Horizon 7.4 ya había traído importantes novedades como Linked clones para Linux desktop pools.
    Blog Name: Jose Maria Gonzalez Author: Miguel Angel Alonso Pomar
    Published on 2018-06-21 | Time 07:30:30
  • Vembu Backup Support for VMware vSphere 6.7

    Vembu is all set to support the new VMware vSphere 6.7 with its latest release Vembu BDR Suite 3.9.1 update 1. the update is GA now and is ready for Download.Follow the registration link for their upcoming webinar walking through the release of Vembu latest update Vembu BDR Suite 3.9.1 with support for VMware vSphere 6.7 and few other topics that will be discussed during webinar including VMware Backup, VM Replication, Multiple Recovery options, Automated Backup Verification with Live Demo [...]
    Blog Name: Let’s Virtualize Author: Kanishk Sethi
    Published on 2018-06-20 | Time 05:49:00
  • VMware Hiring Manager: Martha Bellens-Martin, Practice Manager of the, Professional Services Organization

    What if you could get to know the hiring managers at VMware before you come onsite for an interview? Well now you can with our Meet the Hiring Manager series. From their own career journeys to the characteristics that they look for in candidates, we want you to hear from the people who help bring [...] The post VMware Hiring Manager: Martha Bellens-Martin, Practice Manager of the, Professional Services Organization appeared first on VMware Careers Blog.
    Blog Name: VMware Careers Author: Leona Sullivan
    Published on 2018-06-20 | Time 23:24:31
  • VMware Clarity based WordPress Theme – v0.1

    A couple of days ago I saw a tweet from Cody De Arkland showing his new tweaked VMware Clarity based theme on his website. Staying up until 3am to get the brisket on, so what do I do? Work on tuning up https://t.co/YDiFkGIKLY with some better @VMwareClarity styling! Check out the differences below! Subtle changes but [...]
    Blog Name: DefinIT Author: Sam
    Published on 2018-06-20 | Time 21:12:48