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- Understanding vSAN Encryption – “Erase disks before use”Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Jase McCarty
A few questions routinely come up when using “Erase disks before use” with vSAN Encryption. What occurs when “Erase disks before use” is used? When a vSAN cluster has this setting checked, random data is written to each device in a disk group before it is encrypted. Why random data? In one case, if The post Understanding vSAN Encryption – “Erase disks before use” appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
Published on 2018-07-16 | Time 20:46:34
- EOA of Basic Federal, NSX, and vSAN SupportBlog Name: Partner News Author: The VMware Partner Network Team
Beginning August 6, 2018, the End of Availability (EOA) of Basic Federal Support and Basic Support for NSX and vSAN will take effect and the offering will no longer be quoted, although outstanding, active quotations will be orderable until their expiration. For more information, contact your VMware account or sales representative. The post EOA of Basic Federal, NSX, and vSAN Support appeared first on Partner News.
Published on 2018-07-16 | Time 18:24:25
- VMware Cloud adds Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)Blog Name: vTagion – Virtualization is Contagious Author: Brian
VMware Cloud has added Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) to their services. This is great news for our VMware Cloud on AWS customers! This will now allow all VMware Cloud customers the ability to strengthen their accounts, something that has been asked... The post VMware Cloud adds Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) appeared first on BRIAN GRAF.
Published on 2018-07-16 | Time 18:17:03
- Removing failed clusters from Pivotal Container ServiceBlog Name: virtualhobbit Author: virtualhobbit
Recent I decided to move my cloud native workloads from my primary datacentre in Utrecht to the secondary in Southport, UK. After getting NSX-T up and running in my nested compute cluster, it was time to begin the installation of Pivotal Container Service (PKS). As PKS 1.1 had just been released, it made sense to ... Continue Reading Removing failed clusters from Pivotal Container Service
Published on 2018-07-16 | Time 17:04:38
- Building Operational Bridges with Wavefront and vRealize OperationsBlog Name: Cloud Mgmt Author: John Dias
With the introduction of the Wavefront with vRealize Operations 6.7, customers interested in monitoring packaged applications using Wavefront by VMware have a quick and effortless way to try monitoring as a service. In previous blog posts, we have explained what this enables and how to use the VMware Application Proxy (“VAP”) to enable this integration. In The post Building Operational Bridges with Wavefront and vRealize Operations appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
Published on 2018-07-16 | Time 16:14:01
- vRealize Log Insight for vCenter Server – End…Blog Name: CaptainvOPS Author: captainvopsrd
FYI…… vRealize Log Insight for vCenter Server – End of Availability vRealize Log Insight for vCenter Server – End… VMware is announcing the End of Availability (EoA) of vRealize Log Insight for vCenter Server starting with the next release and all future releases of Log Insight. The current version of Log Insight, version 4.6.x, is [...]
Published on 2018-07-16 | Time 15:55:49
- vRealize Log Insight for vCenter Server – End of AvailabilityBlog Name: vSphere Author: Sanmeet Jasuja
VMware is announcing the End of Availability (EoA) of vRealize Log Insight for vCenter Server starting with the next release and all future releases of Log Insight. The current version of Log Insight, version 4.6.x, is the last release that will support the Log Insight for vCenter Server capability. The next release will not accept The post vRealize Log Insight for vCenter Server – End of Availability appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
Published on 2018-07-16 | Time 15:26:11
- Goodbye VMware, Hello DatriumBlog Name: The SLOG Author: Simon Long
After almost 8 years at VMware, I am excited to announce the next chapter in my career. Today, I’ll be joining Datrium as a Sr. Solutions Architect. “Datrium?” I hear you say? “Yes, Datrium!”. If you are not yet familiar with Datrium, you soon will be. As I begin to learn and understand the technologies that [...] Related posts:Onwards and Upwards! Goodbye VMware PSO – Hello VMware EUC Global CoE! TIPS: Increasing your Facebook privacy
Published on 2018-07-16 | Time 14:22:01
- Replace vCenter External PSC 6.7 VMCA Certificate by an ADCS Signed CertificateBlog Name: VMARENA Author: Rajesh Radhakrishnan
In my previous post i have explained on how to replace VMCA SSL certificate on on vCSA 6.7 with embedded [...] The post Replace vCenter External PSC 6.7 VMCA Certificate by an ADCS Signed Certificate appeared first on VMARENA.
Published on 2018-07-16 | Time 13:33:45
- Workflow issues when vCenter instance not correctly added to vROBlog Name: CormacHogan.com Author: Cormac
As part of my preparation work for VMworld 2018, I was looking into how one might be able to automate the deployment of VMs from vRealize Automation with an appropriate policy for consuming the under-lying storage. In my case, this underlying storage was vSAN, so I wanted to be able to select a vSAN policy [...] The post Workflow issues when vCenter instance not correctly added to vRO appeared first on CormacHogan.com.
Published on 2018-07-16 | Time 13:00:38
- Getting Started With Ansible And PowerCLIBlog Name: blog.ukotic.net Author: Mark Ukotic
Continuing on my journey of learning Ansible with a twist of VMware (see my previous post on Getting started with Ansible and VMware). I’ve started to play around with PowerShell Core and PowerCLI in Ansible. What I’ve found is that …Read more »
Published on 2018-07-16 | Time 11:39:40
- Automating File-Based Backups of vCenter Server…Blog Name: Stephen Hackers Blog Author: Steve
Automating File-Based Backups of vCenter Server Appliance Automating File-Based Backups of vCenter Server… Did you know the vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) has file-based backup options? This ability was actually released in vSphere 6.5. However, there was one feature in particular that was missing: a scheduler. I’m happy to say that as part of vSphere 6.7,
Published on 2018-07-16 | Time 10:21:49
- Email Alerts not sending in vCenter 6.5Blog Name: IT Should Just Work Author: Chris
Symptoms vCenter (in my case VCSA 6.5 ) is not sending alert emails even though the mail server appears to be configured properly (in the vSphere Web Client this is on the vCenter node under Configure, Settings, General). Network connectivity between vCenter and port 25 on the SMTP server is fine and has been tested. [...]
Published on 2018-07-16 | Time 09:18:01
- Asynchronous tasks in PowerCLI or “be careful what you task for”.Blog Name: VMwaremine – Mine of knowledge about virtualization Author: Sebastian Baryło
This post is about one of the most challenging PowerCLI scripts I was asked to write so far. Unfortunately I will not present the script itself, simply because it is way too long and... The post Asynchronous tasks in PowerCLI or “be careful what you task for”. appeared first on VMwaremine - Artur Krzywdzinski | Nutanix.
Published on 2018-07-16 | Time 09:01:10
- Upgrading VCSA 6.5 to 6.7Blog Name: ESX Virtualization Author: Vladan SEGET
So far we have demoed a clean installation of VMware vCSA 6.7, also upgrade of ESXi 6.x to 6.7 via ISO or via VUM, but what we haven’t covered just yet, it is the Upgrading VCSA 6.5 to 6.7. This process is supported by VMware and we’ll show within this article, that the upgrading an [...] Read the full post Upgrading VCSA 6.5 to 6.7 at ESX Virtualization.
Published on 2018-07-15 | Time 06:22:38