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- Configure vVOLs using EMC UnityVSABlog Name: Enterprise Daddy Author: Adil Arif
In my previous post, we spoke about what is VMware vSphere Virtual Volumes (vVOLs) and what are the prerequisites, benefits, and components to use vVOLs. In this post, we will take a step further and try to configure vVOLs in the lab environment. I was looking for options on how to test vVOLs since many [...] The post Configure vVOLs using EMC UnityVSA appeared first on Enterprise Daddy.
Published on 2017-11-23 | Time 16:16:43
- Back to Basics- Part 16 Understanding VMware vSphere ESXi Shell and SSH TimeoutsBlog Name: Let’s Virtualize Author: Kanishk Sethi
In our last blog posts related to Back to Basics Series we discussed about Virtual Machine Files (Part1), Standard Switches (Part2), vCenter Server (Part 3),Templates (Part4) vApp (Part 5), Migration (Part 6),Cloning (Part 7), Host Profiles (Part 8), Virtual Volumes AKA VVOL's (Part 9) Fault Tolerance (Part10) ,Distributed Switches (Part 11) and Distributed Resource Scheduler Part 12, vCenter Server High Availability (Part 13) ,Back to Basics (Part -14) Creating Rep[...]
Published on 2017-11-23 | Time 16:06:00
- Try the “What’s New with vSphere” 6.5 Hands-on LabBlog Name: Virtualisatieadvies Author: etqui
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Published on 2017-11-23 | Time 14:40:17
- Host Preparation Troubleshooting Enhancements with NSX 6.3.5Blog Name: VMGuru Author: Martijn Smit
VMware NSX 6.3.5 was released last week. This is a maintenance release and addresses 32 issues in previous versions. You can find the release notes here. One thing caught my eye which is a very welcome addition to 6.3.5; Host prep now has troubleshooting enhancements,... The post Host Preparation Troubleshooting Enhancements with NSX 6.3.5 appeared first on VMGuru.
Published on 2017-11-23 | Time 13:33:27
- Happy Thanksgiving 2017Blog Name: Scott’s Weblog
In the US, today (Thursday, November 23) is Thanksgiving. I’d like to take a moment to reflect on the meaning of Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving means different things to different people: To folks outside the US, it often just a day with drastically reduced email volume and no interruptions from US-based coworkers. (Enjoy!) To folks in the US, it’s a holiday filled with food (turkey, anyone?). There may also be family gatherings, football (American football, of course), and possibly some shopp[...]
Published on 2017-11-23 | Time 12:00:00
- VMware ESXi on Microsoft Azure & Migration to AzureBlog Name: VirtualWorldUK Author: Dinger
I stumbled across this blog announcement the other day and found it quite enlightening. https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/transforming-your-vmware-environment-with-microsoft-azure/ Basically, the first part of the blog post is all about a frictionless migration path from VMware to Azure – being available from 27th November… Continue Reading →
Published on 2017-11-23 | Time 11:26:01
- Testing VMware vSAN 6.6.1 on VMware Workstation 14Blog Name: Xtravirt
by Curtis BrownIntroductionVMware vSAN™ is the storage component for VMware®’s Hyper-Converged Infrastructure offering. It can be deployed (albeit with its own licensing), as a part of a VMware vSphere® cluster. The release of vSAN is generally tied to a specific release of VMware vSphere, so the 6.5 Update 1 release includes 6.6.1.Testing VMware vSphere in a lab can be desirable for many reasons, for example training or development. However, it can be quite hardware intensive, and addin[...]
Published on 2017-11-23 | Time 11:20:46
- VCP6.5-DCV Objective 3.2 – Configure Software-Defined StorageBlog Name: ESX Virtualization Author: Vladan SEGET
We’ll talk and try to cover another huge topic today which is a topic from VMware VCP6.5-DCV Certification Exam preparation guide. VCP6.5-DCV Objective 3.2 – Configure Software-Defined Storage. We’ll cover vSAN, vVOLs, we’ll also talk about vSAN observer or creating storage policies. While the VCP6-DCV Study Guide has only 28 objectives, the VCP6.5-DCV Study Guide has [...] Read the full post VCP6.5-DCV Objective 3.2 – Configure Software-Defined Storage at ESX Virtualization.
Published on 2017-11-23 | Time 10:56:39
- Windows 10 Fall Creators Update comes with SSH build-in – Is putty dead?Blog Name: My virtual home Author: Gert Kjerslev
Today I found out that Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (10.0.16299), come with a new optional feature, OpenSSH! To install this go to Settings App > Apps > Settings & Apps > Manage Optional Features > Add Feature and select the OpenSSH Client Beta. After installing you can type SSH in a command prompt to use SSH “native” in Read More The post Windows 10 Fall Creators Update comes with SSH build-in – Is putty dead? appeared first on Gert Kjerslev.
Published on 2017-11-23 | Time 10:17:40
- Customization of the guest operating system is not supported in this configurationBlog Name: Virtualization The Future Author: Ranjna Aggarwal
Issue :- Today when i was performing the VM deployment from template, it gets failed with this error message "Customization of the guest operating system is not supported in this configuration"Solution:1. Convert your template to VM2. Power it On3. Install VMware Tools4. Power it Off5. Convert it back to Template.
Published on 2017-11-23 | Time 09:44:00
- Worth Reading: Designing Container NetworkingBlog Name: ipSpace.net Blog Posts Author: Ivan Pepelnjak
Diane Patton (Cumulus Networks) published a short overview of container networking design options, from traditional MLAG to running Quagga on Docker host.If you want to learn more about individual designs described in that blog post, watch the Leaf-and-Spine Fabric Architectures and Docker Networking webinars, or join one of the data center online courses.
Published on 2017-11-23 | Time 09:07:00
- Migrating ESXi Management VMkernelBlog Name: vRyan Author: Ryan Harris
I have been doing a fair amount of work with NSX recently. In order to start this work we have had some environment changes to go through before achieving this. One of the changes we had to make was to the network that contains the VMkernel for host management traffic. The overall aim was to [...] The post Migrating ESXi Management VMkernel appeared first on vRyan.co.uk - Virtualization Blog.
Published on 2017-11-23 | Time 08:37:33
- Curso online Nutanix: 50% de descuento – Black FridayBlog Name: BlogVMware – Virtualización y Cloud Computing Author: Leandro Ariel Leonhardt
El curso ha sido diseñado para facilitar el arranque inicial a las Infraestructuras Hiperconvergentes (HCI) y Centros de Datos de Cloud Empresarial, proporcionando bases muy sólidas en Nutanix. Aprenderás desde cero a instalar y configurar Nutanix con VMware ESXi como hipervisor
Published on 2017-11-23 | Time 08:30:07
- VMware NSX 6.3.5 Upgrade Process with Step-by-StepBlog Name: vAddicted Author: Raffaello
VMware #NSX 6.3.5 Upgrade Process with Step-by-Step VMware NSX 6.3.5 Upgrade Process with Step-by-Step The VMware NSX 6.3.5 upgrade is fairly straight forward. The NSX Manager does most of the heavy lifting with a little bit of instruction from us and there’s only a small amount of manual inte…Read More VMware Social Media Advocacy Advertisements
Published on 2017-11-22 | Time 07:44:59
- How to Patch vCenter Server in VCHA ClusterBlog Name: Mastering VMware Author: Mayur Parmar
In our previous posts we were working on how to setup VCHA Cluster & how to do failover testing of vCenter High Availability. Once you configure VCHA then you don’t need to worry about the vCenter Server failure. Everything can be taken care by the vCenter High Availability feature & you will get your vCenter …
Published on 2017-11-22 | Time 06:55:11