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    Automating Cloud Management — Deploying the vRealize Suite on VMware Cloud Foundation

    VMware Cloud Foundation makes deploying and operating a VMware-based hybrid cloud easy in three ways: Standardization: Cloud Foundation implements a standardized, modern HCI architecture that is highly scalable and repeatable. Every Cloud Foundation deployment is built on this common architecture, which provides consistency and eliminates snowflakes. Unification and validation: Cloud Foundation combines the core building The post Automating Cloud Management — Deploying the vRealize Suite on V[...]
    Blog Name: Cloud Foundation Author: Kyle Gleed
    Published on 2018-04-23 | Time 16:54:57
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    #VMware #Horizon App Volumes: Hints (for Performance and Packaging)

    Two weeks ago I had the pleasure to spent 4 days on problematic Applications within an App Volumes environment of a customer. The best thing that can happen to me as an infrastructure guy is to work on building AppStack with guys who know how to package and therefore troubleshoot those applications. Bringing together the [...]
    Blog Name: vLenzker Author: lenzker
    Published on 2018-04-23 | Time 16:53:07
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    Riverbed Steelfusion – High Latency With IBM Storwize v7000 (BAW12)

    As you may recall from previous blog posts, Riverbed Steelfusion is an interesting way to provide the performance of a local VMware environment to a remote office whilst also keeping the data replicated back to a central data centre (or even to a cloud environment). This is done by presenting out storage from the data centre, via a Steelfusion Core [...]
    Blog Name: VirtualWorldUK Author: Dinger
    Published on 2018-04-23 | Time 16:00:01
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    vSphere and VMware Cloud on AWS at Dell Technologies World 2018

    Are you planning to attend Dell Technologies World this year? So is the vSphere team! We’re excited to be part of the show, and to talk about all the ways the latest version of vSphere can help you support the demands of your business customers. Do you have questions? We would love to meet with The post vSphere and VMware Cloud on AWS at Dell Technologies World 2018 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
    Blog Name: vSphere Author: grosenthal
    Published on 2018-04-23 | Time 15:56:26
  • My #VMwareEMPOWER experience – Atlanta, GA

    Last week I headed out to Atlanta, Georgia to go to a partner only event from VMware called EMPOWER 2018.  It was held at the CNN Center at the Omni Atlanta Hotel.  Since I live in Florida, I decided to take the opportunity to rent out a Tesla and take Autopilot for a nice 20 hour test drive!  You can read about that adventure here: this particular blog post is about the event itself.  EMPOWER 2018 is the first r[...]
    Blog Name: VMware Info Author: Carlo Costanzo
    Published on 2018-04-23 | Time 12:22:00
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    Central location for VMware vSphere 6.7 blogs

    VMware vSphere 6.7 is with us and for more information and additional reading visit:Introducing VMware vSphere 6.7 blog pageThis page includes a lot of blogs relating to the lastest vSphere product
    Blog Name: Bryan O’Connor Virtualisation and IT Blog Author: Bryan OConnor
    Published on 2018-04-23 | Time 11:05:00
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    Powershell WPF GUI: ToolBox control Textbox watermark placeholder demo

    In this demo I will be showing how to put PlaceHolder text on textbox control on Powershell WPF (Windows presentation framework) GUI. here I have 3 textboxes. When I launches GUI, all the textboxes shows darkgray color watermark text information. When I click on them text will disappear and you can start typing your own text without removing anything. If there is no text on the box or empty and when you move on to another box, It will show the default help message automatically. I have[...]
    Blog Name: Virtual Geek Author: Virtual Geek
    Published on 2018-04-23 | Time 09:47:00
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    Passing the AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate Exam 2018 Exam #AWS @acloudguru @AWS @AWS_UKI #vExpert

    So it has taken me a while to get on this cloud train! After my VCDX I wanted to get my Linux skills up to a more competent level. It has been a weak point of mine for a very long time. Now from my previous posts you can see I have managed to do that and now it is time to focus more on cloud!   Where I am working currently we are going through a couple of proof of concepts using AWS and GCP. Since they will given to me in due course, I felt it was important to have a base line level of skill! [...]
    Blog Name: vMusketeers Author: Bilal Ahmed
    Published on 2018-04-23 | Time 08:18:12
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    vSAN : Objects and Components

    vSAN is an software defined storage solution. vSAN utilizes the ESXi Hosts local disks as an storage and pool them to make one datastore i.e vsanDatastore. In our previous post we have seen on Disk groups on vSAN. In this post we will be looking at Objects and Components of vSAN also the Witness Component …
    Blog Name: Mastering VMware Author: Mayur Parmar
    Published on 2018-04-22 | Time 06:49:13
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    Upgrading a vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) to version 6.7

    Last week VMware launched vSphere 6.7. In this blog post I show how easy it is to upgrade a vCenter Server 6.x appliance to a new vCenter Server 6.7 appliance using the graphical interface (GUI) upgrade. The GUI upgrade uses a two stage process: Stage 1: Deploy a new vCenter Server 6.7 appliance Stage 2: ... Read more The post Upgrading a vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) to version 6.7 appeared first on
    Blog Name: Author: Ivo Beerens
    Published on 2018-04-22 | Time 06:48:30
  • vCloud Director und vRealize Orchestrator Verbindung

    Die Erweiterung von VMware vCloud Director mithilfe vRealize Orchestrator Workflows für XaaS (Everything as a Service), wie es bereits in vRealize Automation existiert, war ein lang erwartetes Feature. Serviceprovider werden dadurch die Möglichkeit haben Ihre Verwaltung zu vereinfachen und Kunden neue Services anbieten können. Dies soll der erste Artikel aus einer ganzen Serie zur vCloud Director 9.1 und vRealize Orchestrator Service Integration werden. Ich beginne also mit dem ersten Gru[...]
    Blog Name: My cloud-(r)evolution Author: Markus Kraus
    Published on 2018-04-22 | Time 06:30:41
  • Part 3: Create shorter Microsoft Powershell WPF automated clean script

    Currently I am working on rewriting all my VBscript and Powershell GUI script using WPF (Windows presentation platform). When building a graphical xaml forms on Visual studio as shown earlier on Part 1: Create WPF XAML powershell GUI form with Visual studio, I had to remove many elements manually by finding them, and every time it is not productive at all, if I missed removing any unwanted element, it was causing errors. To illustrate it, earlier I was removing lots of stuff from XAML form,[...]
    Blog Name: Virtual Geek Author: Virtual Geek
    Published on 2018-04-22 | Time 18:12:00
  • VMware Product Interoperability Matrices for VMware vSphere Hypervisor (ESXi)

    I haven't spotted this table out there recently, with all the vSphere 6.7 discussion these past few days since launch on Tue Apr 17 2018. So I figured I'd give it some visibility, since you may not have read these three documents carefully enough: Important information before upgrading to vSphere 6.7 (53704) Purpose This article provides important documentation and upgrade information that must be reviewed before upgrading to vSphere 6.7.... Update sequence for vSphere 6.7 and its compatibl[...]
    Blog Name: TinkerTry IT @ home | Author: Paul Braren
    Published on 2018-04-22 | Time 17:08:00
  • vSphere 6.7 Announced: What’s New

    On 17th April, 2018, VMware announced vSphere 6.7 that took almost a year and a half after the release of vSphere 6.5 (in Oct, 2016). Downloading of vSphere 6.7 will be available soon. Eric Siebert has created  in-depth series of what’s...Read more
    Blog Name: My Virtual Journey Author: Nisar Ahmad
    Published on 2018-04-22 | Time 10:47:25
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    VMware vSphere 6.7 scalability

    The new VMware vSphere 6.7, recently available in GA, increase all configuration maximums to new limits (compared to the v6.5 and previous versions). Maybe we can say with no limit, or at least, to be serious, with really huge numbers compared to the actual needs and the existing compunting power. Those new limits are both for scalability aspect, but also to fit with possible performance requirements, considering that a bigger number of business critical applications are going in the virtual [...]
    Blog Name: vInfrastructure Blog Author: Andrea Mauro
    Published on 2018-04-21 | Time 05:34:04