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- vSAN Snippets: Reporting Drive Location & MoreBlog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Jase McCarty
An internal request came up asking for the ability to return the enclosure location of a vSAN disk. This information can sometimes be returned from the esxcli command utility, for some storage controllers, using the following command: esxcli storage core device physical get -d The resulting output looks something like this: Having to The post vSAN Snippets: Reporting Drive Location & More appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
Published on 2019-03-22 | Time 21:33:22
- Book Giveaway – vSAN Fan March Madness is here!Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: vSAN Team
March Madness is here, and for college basketball fans the NCAA tournament in March and April is the what you wait for all year. For vSAN Fans, we’re having a different kind of tournament. During the next four weeks in March and April, we’re giving those of you who live and breathe vSAN multiple opportunities The post Book Giveaway – vSAN Fan March Madness is here! appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
Published on 2019-03-22 | Time 20:55:21
- Announcing the VMware Cloud on AWS – Quick…Blog Name: Another Geek’s vBlog Author: Dan
Announcing the VMware Cloud on AWS – Quick Reference Poster Announcing the VMware Cloud on AWS – Quick… We wanted to provide a quick and easy way to help customers get started with VMware Cloud on AWS. Today it is our pleasure to announce the VMware Cloud on AWS Quick Reference Poster. This poster is [...]
Published on 2019-03-22 | Time 20:18:00
- Speaking at and attending the NLVMUG 2019 – Slides and VideoBlog Name: The Fluffy Admin Author: Thefluffyadmin
Link to slides and video (when available): https://www.dropbox.com/sh/tfx4fqohpuv86cn/AACXvNKKuThviUR3zzqiJG7ta?dl=0 Yesterday I had the honor of speaking at the NLVMUG again, and for this year I had 2 sessions. It was a great success, and not only was the day generally quite enjoyable, the session content came across well, sparked interest and discussion, and was generally really Read More »
Published on 2019-03-22 | Time 19:45:22
- vSAN Misconceptions: Drivers and Firmware Don’t MatterBlog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Jase McCarty
This is a guest post from Adam Sweetser, Senior Technical Support Engineer, vSAN GSS. Adam provides vSAN support to, and speaks with real customers day in and day out, about real-world issues. vSphere is the enterprise-grade hypervisor that has been used to run business-critical workloads by more than 500,000 VMware customers for years. It is commonly The post vSAN Misconceptions: Drivers and Firmware Don’t Matter appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
Published on 2019-03-22 | Time 19:34:50
- Southwest VMUG – March 2019 – vRSLCM Notes, Tips and Tricks from the FieldBlog Name: thecloudxpert Author: Christopher
It has been nearly 20 years since I was last in Bristol, but on Wednesday 20th March I attended and presented at the UK ‘s South West VMUG to a small but engaging crowd of IT professionals with a shared interest in VMware products. Who are the UK South West VMUG? The South West VMUG... Continue Reading → The post Southwest VMUG – March 2019 – vRSLCM Notes, Tips and Tricks from the Field appeared first on thecloudxpert.
Published on 2019-03-22 | Time 18:42:12
- VMware new products and strategy evolution to aggressively approach the multi-cloud marketBlog Name: vAddicted Author: Raffaello
Announcing new and expanded additions to its portfolio on March 19th, VMware accelerated the multi-cloud vision of its strategy. With version 3.7, VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) will be available as a preassembled component of a hybrid cloud infrastructure appliance running on Dell EMC’s VxRail HCI platform – this move could be a game changer in the ... Continue Reading VMware new products and strategy evolution to aggressively approach the multi-cloud market →
Published on 2019-03-22 | Time 17:00:39
- What’s New with Horizon CloudBlog Name: AirWatch Author: Nina Seth
We are excited to announce the latest release of the Horizon Cloud Service which supports our fully managed solution from VMware on IBM Cloud and BYO infrastructure on Microsoft Azure. Since we launched this solution over two years ago, we have made significant updates to the service based on customer feedback and demand. In our last [...] The post What’s New with Horizon Cloud appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.
Published on 2019-03-22 | Time 17:00:26
- Dutch VMUG UserCon 2019: a short recapBlog Name: Retouw Author: Wouter
Currently I am sitting behind my desk still bouncing around after a great Dutch Vmug Usercon yesterday. This was my fourth time presenting at this awesome event and every time I get a little bit better at doing so. With 11 parallel tracks in the afternoon it becomes hard not... Continue Reading
Published on 2019-03-22 | Time 10:46:48
- Horizon View agent 7.8 failed to install on Windows 10Blog Name: Jahnin’s unhandled exceptions!
Its been a while since i've posted anything on my blog. I'm really not sure why I stopped. But here's to new articles!So I've been trying to get Horizon direct connection working in my home lab. The goal is to remote into a home PC using the Horizon client(PCOIP/BLAST) via DDNS, PFSense and Horizon direct connection.For the direct connection feature, one of the key requirements is to run the Horizon agent install silently using the command,VMware-Horizon-Agent-x86_64-7.8.0-12599301 /v VDM_SKIP_B[...]
Published on 2019-03-21 | Time 02:35:30
- VMware Horizon View 7.8 ReleasedBlog Name: The Virtually Connected Author: Tim Sandy
VMware Horizon View 7.8 Released VMware Horizon View 7.8 Released VMware Horizon View 7.8 Released VMware has released Horizon View 7.8, User Environment Manager 9.7.0, App Volumes 2.16 and VMware Unified Access Gateway 3.5. Let’s see what are the new updates on Horizon View 7.8 from the official release note. What’s New with Horizon 7.8 [...]
Published on 2019-03-21 | Time 23:52:26
- NSX-T via Automation or GUI: Part 1Blog Name: The Virtually Connected Author: Tim Sandy
NSX-T via Automation or GUI: Part 1 NSX-T via Automation or GUI: Part 1 This three part demo showcases how NSX-T 2.4 drastically simplifies networking services: how they can be managed (1), how they can be configured via GUI (2), and how they can be configured via automation using a new declarative human-readable JSON API. [...]
Published on 2019-03-21 | Time 23:42:40
- VMware SSO domain design and operational managementBlog Name: BLOG.iGICS.COM
Before we will deep dive into VMware SOO management, it is good to understand its architecture and discuss some design considerations. I highly recommend watching the following video If you have not watched the video yet, do NOT continue and watch it. The video is great but it is worth to mention that vSphere 6.7 and 6.7U1 come up with few significant improvements in terms of PSC. You can
Published on 2019-03-21 | Time 23:26:17
- VMware Cloud on AWS expands to three additional…Blog Name: CaptainvOPS Author: captainvopsrd
VMware Cloud on AWS expands to three additional AWS regions across three continents VMware Cloud on AWS expands to three additional… VMware Cloud on AWS delivers a seamlessly integrated hybrid cloud service that extends on-premises vSphere environments to a VMware SDDC running on Amazon EC2 elastic, bare-metal infrastructure that is fully integrated as part of [...]
Published on 2019-03-21 | Time 21:39:32