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    NSX Data Center for vSphere 6.4 Parte 7: Puentes L2

    En el artículo anterior vimos cómo realizar la configuración de una puerta de enlace por hardware. Hoy veremos los Puentes de Capa 2 o Bridges L2.Un puente o bridge de Capa 2 es un dispositivo diseñado para conectar dos segmentos de red, y su funcionalidad es filtrar el tráfico dentro de la LAN para que dicho tráfico local siga siendo local, pero permitiendo la conectividad a otros segmentos. En NSX podemos crear un puente L2 entre un switch lógico y una VLAN, de esta forma podremos migr[...]
    Blog Name: VMware Virtualization Blog Author: Hernán Paggi
    Published on 2019-01-16 | Time 00:40:00
  • Blog Name: VMware Communities Roundtable
    Published on 2019-01-16 | Time 21:01:34
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    Introducing VMware Cloud Automation Services (CAS)

    My focus on a day-to-day basis for most of the last five years has been on cloud automation and orchestration, more specifically with VMware vRealize Automation (vRA) and VMware vRealize Orchestrator (vRO). I’ve worked with a variety of customers in… Continue Reading →
    Blog Name: vspecialist Author: @mpoore
    Published on 2019-01-16 | Time 20:48:49
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    Manage an ESXi firewall with PowerCLI and ESXCLI

    Manage an ESXi firewall with PowerCLI and ESXCLI Manage an ESXi firewall with PowerCLI and ESXCLI You can streamline ESXi firewall management using the command line instead of the vSphere Web Client. Learn how to view and set firewall configurations using ESXCLI or PowerCLI. VMware Social Media Advocacy
    Blog Name: The Virtually Connected Author: Tim Sandy
    Published on 2019-01-16 | Time 19:52:42
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    Introduction to VMware Cloud on AWS

    Introduction to VMware Cloud on AWS Introduction to VMware Cloud on AWS In this webinar, you will learn about VMware Cloud on AWS, an integrated hybrid cloud offering jointly developed by AWS and VMware delivering a highly scalable, secure and innovative service that enables organizations to seamlessly migrate and extend their on-premises VMware vSphere-based environments [...]
    Blog Name: The Virtually Connected Author: Tim Sandy
    Published on 2019-01-16 | Time 19:52:25
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    VMware PKS 1.3 Now Generally Available with Azure Support and Enhanced Networking, Security, and Management Features

    We are excited to announce the general availability of VMware PKS 1.3 today. VMware PKS 1.3 adds rich features that enhance multi-cloud support, networking and security, management and operations. This release also includes support for Kubernetes 1.12. With these new features, VMware PKS 1.3 delivers a production-grade, enterprise-ready Kubernetes solution that offers expanded IaaS support, The post VMware PKS 1.3 Now Generally Available with Azure Support and Enhanced Networking, Security, and[...]
    Blog Name: Cloud-Native Apps Author: Narayan Mandaleeka
    Published on 2019-01-16 | Time 17:30:48
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    New KB articles published for the week ending 12th January, 2019

    vCloud Availability for vCloud How to check the HMS UUID in its local database and in the lookup service for vCloud Availability for vCloud Director Date published: 1/9/2019  Dell EMC Avamar for VMware Cloud on AWS Date published: 1/8/2019 A VMware Cloud Foundation upgrade fails at stage ‘JRE_UPGRADE_STAGE’ Date published: 1/10/2019 Javascript error is thrown The post New KB articles published for the week ending 12th January, 2019 appeared first on VMware Support Insider.
    Blog Name: Support Insider Author: sushmar
    Published on 2019-01-16 | Time 11:22:17
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    What is VMware Per Incident Support?

    VMware Per Incident support is actually the “pay-as-you-go” model, where you’ll choose 1, 3 or 5 incidents per year, and you use those “pre-paid” tickets to call VMware to open a support ticket when needed without buying a support contract itself. You should know, however, that VMware per incident support does not give you free updates like [...] Read the full post What is VMware Per Incident Support? at ESX Virtualization.
    Blog Name: ESX Virtualization Author: Vladan SEGET
    Published on 2019-01-16 | Time 11:17:08
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    PowerCLI SRM module: How to use it

    If you have Site Recovery Manager in your environment and you are a scripting freak like me who wants to do everything from a Powershell window, you found the right place! You can already do a lot of things with the built-in PowerCLI modules in a “vanilla” environment made of...
    Blog Name: vXav
    Published on 2019-01-16 | Time 10:41:16
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    Added Checks to the vCheck for Horizon View

    Starting this year I decided to really restart working on the vCheck for Horizon. I had several requests for RDS checks & Active directory plus I really wanted to get rid of everything related to the vmware.hv.helper module to make using it a little easier. Just like the pools I... Continue Reading
    Blog Name: Retouw Author: Wouter
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 07:46:27
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    Quick and Dirty – Save your VMware license count on Oracle Ravello

    Background Whilst deploying bare metal ESXi host workloads on Oracle Ravello, I always thought it odd that you could only specify sing core processors per server which results in a 4 CPU system consuming 4 socket license for VMware. When you are limited to 16 socket licenses with vExpert license keys, this quickly gets consumed. [...] The post Quick and Dirty – Save your VMware license count on Oracle Ravello appeared first on @Ian0x0r - SNURF.
    Blog Name: Snurf Author: Ian
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 00:28:15
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    Installing a Chained SSL Certificate to an NSX Load Balancer Edge

    As you probably know, an NSX Edge Services Gateway can be configured to provide Load Balancing services.The most common would be to load balance between a pool of web servers and accessed by a unique IP or DNS name, nothing real new here.The Load Balancer Edge supports several SSL Certificate options, from creating a self-signed one, adding one from an internal CA server, and installing one purchased from a public Certificate Authority.But, a somewhat overlooked option is the ability to add an S[...]
    Blog Name: Virtual Southwest – Blog
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 23:57:27
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    Horizon View – How to add a second Connection server (Replica server)

    Looking at the design from the previous post we want to have a degree of redundancy and to do that we’ll need a second Connection server also known as a replica server. We’ve already built our first connection server here and done some configuration here and some certificate stuff here. Continuing on I’ll be using Horizon [...]
    Blog Name: port115 Author: admin
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 23:05:12
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    Testing NSX VTEP Communication

    Testing NSX VTEP Communication Testing NSX VTEP Communication An in-depth look at the VXLAN network stack and VTEP to VTEP communication testing. VMware Social Media Advocacy Advertisements
    Blog Name: vAddicted Author: Raffaello
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 22:02:38
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    vSAN Deep Dive – vSAN Chat Q&A

    In our Twitter vSAN Chat with Duncan Epping and Cormac Hogan, we covered the A to Z of their newly published “vSAN 6.7 Deep Dive” book. If you’ve ever wondered “What exactly is vSAN?”, everything to know about Stretched Clusters, or the vSAN 6.7 Deep Dive dedication song “Turn the Page” written by Bob Seger The post vSAN Deep Dive – vSAN Chat Q&A appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: vSAN Team
    Published on 2019-01-15 | Time 20:11:14