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    Building a Docker Swarm with Photon OS

    I’ve decided to take a look at our new vFile docker volume plugin. If you haven’t heard, vFile volume plugin for Docker provides simultaneous persistent volume access between hosts in the same Docker Swarm cluster for the base volume plugin service such as VDVS [vSphere Docker Volume Service], with zero configuration effort, along with high [...] The post Building a Docker Swarm with Photon OS appeared first on CormacHogan.com.
    Blog Name: CormacHogan.com Author: Cormac
    Published on 2017-12-18 | Time 14:30:13
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    Building a Docker Swarm with Photon OS

    I’ve decided to take a look at our new vFile docker volume plugin. If you haven’t heard, vFile volume plugin for Docker provides simultaneous persistent volume access between hosts in the same Docker Swarm cluster for the base volume plugin service such as VDVS [vSphere Docker Volume Service], with zero configuration effort, along with high [...] The post Building a Docker Swarm with Photon OS appeared first on CormacHogan.com.
    Blog Name: CormacHogan.com Author: Cormac
    Published on 2017-12-18 | Time 14:30:13
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    Hindsight is 20/20: Evaluating 2017

    Keeping up with tradition (you thought I was going to say Kardashians there, didn’t you?), it’s time to evaluate 2017. My list of goals for 2017 and the verdict is as follows: Get that VCAP6-DCV Design exam out of the way Done and dusted (for 6.5 that is, not 6.0). I’ve also updated my VCP to 6.5, and... The post Hindsight is 20/20: Evaluating 2017 appeared first on vNinja.net.
    Blog Name: vNinja Author: Christian Mohn
    Published on 2017-12-18 | Time 14:00:55
  • SolidFire Node Replacement

    It’s been a little while since I’ve written a new post.  It is the result of a combination of forces outside my control, one of which seems to be the holiday season playing it’s part in filling up lots of my free time with “stuff” all of a sudden.  Then I got an email from ... Continue Reading SolidFire Node Replacement
    Blog Name: Virtual Bonzo Author: Adam Fisher
    Published on 2017-12-18 | Time 12:13:44
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    Enable SSH on VMhost with PowerCLI

    How to Enable SSH for VMhost with PowerCli To enable SSH: Get-VMHost | Get-VMHostService | Where Key -EQ "TSM-SSH" | Start-VMhostService To disable SSH: Get-VMHost | Get-VMHostService | Where Key -EQ "TSM-SSH" | Stop-VMHostService -Confirm:$False – Stuart... Continue Reading The post Enable SSH on VMhost with PowerCLI appeared first on Notes of a scripter.
    Blog Name: Notes of a Scripter Author: stuart
    Published on 2017-12-18 | Time 12:00:56
  • My favorite Slide 2017

    If you want to understand the impact from digital transformation on IT, then you simply have to look where the data is being produced and where it will reside. The slide below has engraved in my mind because it shows crystal clear where the puck is going to.  After the explosion of data caused by [...]
    Blog Name: The SAP Data Center of the Future Author: Achim Stohr
    Published on 2017-12-18 | Time 11:35:00
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    VeeamON Tour Virtual session recordings online

    Die VeeamOn Tour Virtual 2017 fand am  5. Dezember 2017 statt. Danke an alle Teilnehmer fürs ZUschauen und für die interessanten Themen in der Expert Lounge. Es hat mir wirklich Spaß gemacht, ein Teil des Teams zu sein. Aufzeichnungen jetzt kostenlos ansehen Falls Ihr eine Präsentation verpasst haben solltet, so könnt Ihr diese jetzt ansehen. … "VeeamON Tour Virtual session recordings online" weiterlesen RSS Feed powered by ElasticSky This article can be found at VeeamON Tour Virtual se[...]
    Blog Name: Elastic Sky Author: Michael Schroeder
    Published on 2017-12-18 | Time 10:50:42
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    Webinar Highlights: How to Avoid Cloud Migration Pitfalls

    Surprises can be a lot of fun, unless it happens in the middle of your cloud migration. While moving to the cloud is no trivial matter, it doesn’t have to be stressful or surprising. On a recent webinar, “How to Avoid Cloud Migration Pitfalls,” Global Knowledge’s cloud guru Brian Eiler shared his expertise on how companies can avoid any unplanned disruptions.
    Blog Name: Global Knowledge Training Blog Author: Paige Smith
    Published on 2017-12-18 | Time 10:00:46
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    Linux Foundation Certified Systems Administrator (LFCS) Exam Review #LinuxFoundation @linuxfoundation #Linux #CentOS @sandervanvugt @tecmint #vExpert

    So I spent a good few months brushing up on my Linux skills for this exam. Where I work there is a big proportion of VMs that run CentOS 6/7 and with all the other studying I had been doing, I had never had the time to improve my Linux skill set and it has always been an area that I was lacking in. The reason I went with the Linux Foundation is because they had a black Friday sale on last year where you could get the course and the exam (with a free retake) pretty cheap. My company paid for it a[...]
    Blog Name: vMusketeers Author: Bilal Ahmed
    Published on 2017-12-18 | Time 08:35:20
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    BGP: the Tragedy of the Commons

    Every now and then someone looks at a few recent BGP incidents (from fat fingers to more dubious ones) and says “we need a better BGP”.It’s like being unable to cope with your kids or your team members because you don’t have the guts to tell them NO and trying to solve the problem by implementing new procedures and rules.Like anything designed on a few napkins BGP has its limit. They’re well known, and most of them have to do with trusting your neighbors instead of checking what they t[...]
    Blog Name: ipSpace.net Blog Posts Author: Ivan Pepelnjak
    Published on 2017-12-18 | Time 08:33:00
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    Bitdefender GravityZone: primer contacto

    Comienzo junto al gran Xavier Genestós una serie de posts sobre Bitdefender GravityZone, una gran solución de seguridad que protege nuestro entorno contra amenazas de cualquier tipo. En su primer post vimos cómo realizar la instalación del appliance de administración, y la instalación del appliance para entornos vShield o NSX. En este post veremos un siguiente paso, cómo instalar [...] The post Bitdefender GravityZone: primer contacto appeared first on Blog Bujarra.com.
    Blog Name: Bujarra 3.0 Author: Héctor Herrero
    Published on 2017-12-18 | Time 08:01:41
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    Mastering VMware vSphere 6.5 book is out!

    Mastering VMware vSphere 6.5 book is out! After a very hard work, the book Mastering VMware vSphere 6.5 is finally out and available in eBook and paperback format. The authors of this book are Andrea Mauro (blog vinfrastructure.it), Karel Novak (a VCI and VMUG leader from CZ) and myself, all awarded with the vExpert and Veeam Vanguard titles. It was a challenge and a very ambitious project were we all knew the difficulty we had to face: a strict deadlines (3 months only to write all the chapters[...]
    Blog Name: NoLabNoPartY Author: Paolo Valsecchi
    Published on 2017-12-18 | Time 08:00:33
  • VCP6.5-DCV Objective 4.2 – Perform vCenter Server Upgrades (Windows)

    Another VCP 6.5-DCV topic to be covered today. We continue to fill our VCP6.5-DCV Study guide page where we usually do a one objective per day. Today’s chapter is VCP6.5-DCV Objective 4.2 – Perform vCenter Server Upgrades (Windows). The topic outlines possible ways to upgrade a vCenter server with Platform Service Controller (PSC), with the same or [...] Read the full post VCP6.5-DCV Objective 4.2 – Perform vCenter Server Upgrades (Windows) at ESX Virtualization.
    Blog Name: ESX Virtualization Author: Vladan SEGET
    Published on 2017-12-17 | Time 07:49:04
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    Obteniendo datos de la pulsera Fitbit mediante Python y mostrando gráficas en Grafana

    Que tal? Hoy vamos con un documento que seguro os interesará a todos aquellos que tengáis una pulsera Fitbit, con las que ya sabéis que podemos obtener datos sobre nuestro estilo de vida y tal… bueno, si os apetece explotar dicha info y verla en preciosas gráficas, este es tu documento! Mediante un script en [...] The post Obteniendo datos de la pulsera Fitbit mediante Python y mostrando gráficas en Grafana appeared first on Blog Bujarra.com.
    Blog Name: Bujarra 3.0 Author: Héctor Herrero
    Published on 2017-12-17 | Time 07:21:13
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    Connecting IP-Based (NFS or ISCSI) External Storage To VMware Cloud Foundation

    VMware Cloud Foundation is based on a modern hyper-converged architecture that extensively leverages VMware vSAN – a vSphere-native software-defined storage platform that delivers flash-optimized storage for the software-defined data center (SDDC).  While vSAN is the primary storage platform for Cloud Foundation, that’s not to say it’s your only storage option. There are a number of The post Connecting IP-Based (NFS or ISCSI) External Storage To VMware Cloud Foundation appeared first on [...]
    Blog Name: Cloud Foundation Author: Kyle Gleed
    Published on 2017-12-17 | Time 05:20:51