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  • Activar Linux en Windows 10 con Powershell

    Para todos aquellos que tengan o quieran utilizar Linux dentro del entorno Windows, les dejo un rápido tutorial para activarlo en Windows 10 con Powershell.Paso 1: chequear que esté DeshabilitadoGet-WindowsOptionalFeature -Online -FeatureName Microsoft-Windows-Subsystem-LinuxPaso 2: Habilitar la característicaEnable-WindowsOptionalFeature -Online -FeatureName Microsoft-Windows-Subsystem-LinuxPaso 3: Descargamos la distro de LinuxInvoke-WebRequest -Uri https://aka.ms/wsl-ubuntu-1704 -Outfile ~[...]
    Blog Name: VMware Virtualization Blog Author: Hernán Paggi
    Published on 2018-05-23 | Time 15:37:00
  • VMSA-2018-0012 – Speculative Store Bypass – SpectreNG

    Not long after the first release of Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities, Google and Microsoft researchers independently reported two other variants of the modern processors bugs: a new subclass of speculative execution side channel vulnerabilities known as Speculative Store Bypass (SSB, previously known as SpectreNG – variant 4) has been assigned CVE-2018-3639; another Meltdown variation, rogue system register […] The post VMSA-2018-0012 – Speculative Store Bypass – SpectreNG appeared[...]
    Blog Name: CloudHat.eu Author: Constantin Ghioc
    Published on 2018-05-23 | Time 15:24:17
  • VMware and Okta: Accelerating the Journey to the Digital Workspace

      Employees in today’s world of clouds, apps and mobility have a simple definition to enable them to be productive: anytime, anywhere access to apps on any device they can work from. VMware helps enable organizations in delivering this experience with VMware Workspace ONE, the intelligence-drive digital workspace platform that helps to simply and securely [...] The post VMware and Okta: Accelerating the Journey to the Digital Workspace appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.
    Blog Name: End-User Computing Author: Renu Upadhyay
    Published on 2018-05-23 | Time 12:00:39
  • Upcoming VMware Webcast : What’s new Digital Workspace Training and Certification

    With the evolution of the Cloud, and as an instructor/trainer of technical courses, I'm seeing a massive interest in End User Computing / digital workspace.I posted a few weeks ago about the VMware VCP-DW certification.If you're free tomorrow Thursday 24th May 2018 , why not sign up for the:What’s New: Digital Workspace Training and Certification - webcastSummary from the webcast page:Join us for an exciting webcast looking at the training opportunities for VMware’s Workspace ONE powered by [...]
    Blog Name: Bryan O’Connor Virtualisation and IT Blog Author: Bryan OConnor
    Published on 2018-05-23 | Time 11:01:00
  • VMware vSphere 6.7 vCenter Server High Availability Light Board

    As mentioned in many of my posts, I am a VCI teaching VMware Data Centre Virtualisation courses, along with my presentations, I like to make as many resources available as possible to delegates.One topic that always interests people on the VMware courses is vCenter high availability, with this in mind, it's worth a few minutes of your time to watch another light board by: Fiedhlim O'Leary of VMware presenting vCenter High Availability in vSphere 6.7Enjoy
    Blog Name: Bryan O’Connor Virtualisation and IT Blog Author: Bryan OConnor
    Published on 2018-05-23 | Time 10:43:00
  • Veeam and vSphere 6.5 Update 2 / 6.7 support

    At the moment Veeam does not support VMware vSphere 6.5 Update 2 and vSphere 6.7. What this means is that you have to be carefull when doing patch if using VMware vCenter Update Manager or other, because this could break your image backup. Veeam has identified issues with this releases, that relates to the VDDK api and possible also the [...]
    Blog Name: Virtual Allan Author: Allan Kjaer
    Published on 2018-05-23 | Time 07:48:15
  • New KB articles published for week ending 20th May 2018

    VMware ESXi Linux VM UEFI boot “WARNING: BIOS bug: CPU MTRRs don’t cover all of memory, losing xxx of RAM” Date Published: 2018/5/14 HP host with QFLE3 Driver Version 1.0.60.0 experienced a PSOD on shutdown or restart Date Published: 2018/5/14 In ESXi 5.5 host gets disconnected from the vCenter randomly with vpxa crashing Date Published: [...] The post New KB articles published for week ending 20th May 2018 appeared first on Support Insider.
    Blog Name: Support Insider Author: Sreeman Taduri
    Published on 2018-05-23 | Time 07:42:33
  • Paessler PRTG Monitoring for VMware

    Today we have an interesting post detailing Paessler’s PRTG monitoring capabilities for VMware vSphere and ESXi environments. We’ll look at the specific needs of VMware admins and see the Paesler’s sensors. What they monitor and how they might be making difference when it comes to monitoring virtualized infrastructures. The software does monitor much more than only [...] Read the full post Paessler PRTG Monitoring for VMware at ESX Virtualization.
    Blog Name: ESX Virtualization Author: Vladan SEGET
    Published on 2018-05-23 | Time 07:00:27
  • Changing the FQDN of the vCenter appliance (VCSA)

    This article states how to change the system name or the FQDN of the vCenter appliance 6.xYou may not find any way to change the FQDN from the vCenter GUI either from VAMI page of from webclient as the option to change the hostname always be greyed out.Now the option left is from the command line of VCSA appliance.Below steps will make it possible to change the FQDN of the VCSA from the command line.Access the VCSA from console or from Putty session.Login with root permissionUse above command in[...]
    Blog Name: Virtualvmx Author: Sachin Bhardwaj
    Published on 2018-05-22 | Time 06:54:00
  • Creating VM fails with error: “No VASA Provider for schema namespace (VSAN) found” (52286)

    SymptomsUnable to create new virtual machineIn the vSphere Web client, you will not see any vSAN storage provider.You will see an error similar to:A general system error occurred: PBM error occurred during PreCreateCheckCallback: pbm.fault;No VASA Provider for schema namespace (VSAN) foundNote: The preceding log excerpts are only examples. Date, time, and environmental variables may vary depending on your environment.CauseThis issue occurs because vCenter Server can not detect any vSAN storage p[...]
    Blog Name: Virtualization The Future Author: Ranjna Aggarwal
    Published on 2018-05-22 | Time 04:22:00
  • Webcast: What’s New for VMware Digital Workspace Training and Certification

    Reserve your spot now for our upcoming webcast on the new Digital Workspace training and certification opportunities from VMware Education Services. Training in this exciting technology area is proving hugely beneficial for both individual career growth and organizational effectiveness.   Andy Roberts, a former AirWatch Certified Instructor, will be your host. Andy is now with The post Webcast: What’s New for VMware Digital Workspace Training and Certification appeared first on VMware Educat[...]
    Blog Name: VMware Education and Certification Blog Author: Karl Childs
    Published on 2018-05-22 | Time 21:48:44
  • New VMware Integrated OpenStack 5 Announced

    This week at the OpenStack Summit taking place in Vancouver, VMware announced VMware Integrated OpenStack (VIO) 5, and will be available in telco carrier and data center editions. This version is based on the OpenStack Queens release which was generally available on Feb. 28. VMware integrated OpenStack is a VMware supported OpenStack distro that is [...]
    Blog Name: virtuwise Author: Angelo Luciani
    Published on 2018-05-22 | Time 21:44:41
  • VMware Response to Speculative Execution security issues, CVE-2018-3639 and CVE-2018-3640

    This will be a relatively short blog post. The whole industry is aware of Spectre/Meltdown security vulnerabilities. I wrote recently the blog post "VMware Response to Speculative Execution security issues, CVE-2017-5753, CVE-2017-5715, CVE-2017-5754 (aka Spectre and Meltdown)". A few days ago NCF announced additional CPU vulnerabilities (CVE-2018-3639 and CVE-2018-3640) and VMware released
    Blog Name: BLOG.iGICS.COM
    Published on 2018-05-22 | Time 20:18:53
  • VMware vCenter 6.7a and other released

    VMware has released vCenter 6.7a, vSphere Replication 8.1.0.2, vSphere Integrated Containers 1.4, and PowerCLI 10.1. vCenter 6.7a and  vSphere Replication 8.1.0.2 This are bug fix versions. See the release notes for vCenter 6.7a here: https://docs.vmware.com/en/VMware-vSphere/6.7/rn/vsphere-vcenter-server-670a-release-notes.html See the release notes for vSphere Relication 8.1.0.2 here: https://docs.vmware.com/en/vSphere-Replication/8.1/rn/vsphere-replication-81-release-notes.html vSphe[...]
    Blog Name: Virtual Allan Author: Allan Kjaer
    Published on 2018-05-22 | Time 20:08:35
  • Announcing vijavaNG 6.7 with FULL support of VMware vSphere 6.7

    After shipping the vijavaNG 6.7 beta, we had it reviewed and tested by many customers. Now it’s time to call it GA. The new release has complete support for all the new vSphere object types, addtional methods and properties to existing object types. More specifically, here are the 3 new object types: 1. CryptoManagerHost: Singleton [...]
    Blog Name: DoubleCloud => Private Cloud + Public Cloud Author: Steve Jin
    Published on 2018-05-22 | Time 18:42:49