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    VMware SDDC with NSX Expands to AWS

    I prior shared this post on the LinkedIN publishing platform and my personal blog at HumairAhmed.com. There has been a lot of interest in the VMware Cloud on AWS  (VMC on AWS) service since its announcement and general availability. Writing this brief introductory post, the response  received confirmed the interest and value consumers see in The post VMware SDDC with NSX Expands to AWS appeared first on Network Virtualization.
    Blog Name: NSX / Network Virt Author: Humair Ahmed
    Published on 2017-12-17 | Time 17:44:05
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    VMware SDDC with NSX Expands to AWS

    I prior shared this post on the LinkedIN publishing platform and my personal blog at HumairAhmed.com. There has been a lot of interest in the VMware Cloud on AWS  (VMC on AWS) service since its announcement and general availability. Writing this brief introductory post, the response  received confirmed the interest and value consumers see in The post VMware SDDC with NSX Expands to AWS appeared first on Network Virtualization.
    Blog Name: NSX / Network Virt Author: Humair Ahmed
    Published on 2017-12-17 | Time 17:44:05
  • Veeam Integration with vRA Part 2: Restore

    In this 2 part series we will walk through integrating Veeam with vRealize Automation and vRealize Orchestrator. Part 1 focused on giving users the ability to add virtual machines to existing Veeam backup jobs from within the vRA self-service portal. In Part 2 we will add the ability to restore virtual machines from a list [...]
    Blog Name: ESXsi Author: ESXsi
    Published on 2017-12-17 | Time 12:25:43
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    No Storage, No vSphere, No Datacenter

    In the past, I have had a lot of discussions with different customers and partners about various storage issues with VMware vSphere. It was always identified as a physical storage or SAN issue and VMware support recommendation was to contact the particular storage vendor. It was always true and correct recommendation, however such storage issues always have the catastrophic or at least huge
    Blog Name: BLOG.iGICS.COM
    Published on 2017-12-17 | Time 11:30:54
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    No Storage, No vSphere, No Datacenter

    In the past, I have had a lot of discussions with different customers and partners about various storage issues with VMware vSphere. It was always identified as a physical storage or SAN issue and VMware support recommendation was to contact the particular storage vendor. It was always true and correct recommendation, however such storage issues always have the catastrophic or at least huge
    Blog Name: BLOG.iGICS.COM
    Published on 2017-12-17 | Time 11:30:54
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    Please Respond: Survey on Interconnection Agreements

    Marco Canini is working on another IXP-related research project and would like to get your feedback on inter-AS interconnection agreements, or as he said in an email he sent me:As academics, it would be extremely valuable for us to receive feedback from network operators in the industry.It’s fantastic to see researchers who want to base their work on real-life experience (as opposed to ideas that result in great-looking YouTube videos but fail miserably when faced with reality), so if you’re[...]
    Blog Name: ipSpace.net Blog Posts Author: Ivan Pepelnjak
    Published on 2017-12-16 | Time 07:49:00
  • Enterprise Data as a Service (DaaS): the new paradigm of Actifio

    I’m back talking about Actifio, after my previous visit in their offices, and this time in San Jose joining the other delegates at TFD15. In a previous post I was curious about what I was going to find this time, comparing with what I learnt last time. Expectations were better than I imagined. The main ... Continue Reading Enterprise Data as a Service (DaaS): the new paradigm of Actifio →
    Blog Name: vAddicted Author: Raffaello
    Published on 2017-12-16 | Time 23:39:02
  • Enterprise Data as a Service (DaaS): the new paradigm of Actifio

    I’m back talking about Actifio, after my previous visit in their offices, and this time in San Jose joining the other delegates at TFD15. In a previous post I was curious about what I was going to find this time, comparing with what I learnt last time. Expectations were better than I imagined. The main ... Continue Reading Enterprise Data as a Service (DaaS): the new paradigm of Actifio →
    Blog Name: vAddicted Author: Raffaello
    Published on 2017-12-16 | Time 23:39:02
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    How to manage vCenter server HA using vSphere python SDK pyVmomi? : Part 1

    Recently I was undergoing “vSphere 6.5: Optimize and Scale” course and I was excited to see a dedicated module on “vCenter Server High Availability and Performance”. Without a doubt, vCenter Server HA was one of the highlights of vSphere 6.5 release. If you quickly want to understand vCenter HA, I highly recommend you to watch ... Continue Reading How to manage vCenter server HA using vSphere python SDK pyVmomi? : Part 1 →
    Blog Name: vThinkBeyondVM Author: Vikas Shitole
    Published on 2017-12-16 | Time 16:53:55
  • Veeam Integration with vRA Part 1: Backup

    In this 2 part series we will walk through integrating Veeam with vRealize Automation and vRealize Orchestrator. Part 1 will focus on giving users the ability to add virtual machines to existing Veeam backup jobs from within the vRA self-service portal. In Part 2 we will add the ability to restore virtual machines from a [...]
    Blog Name: ESXsi Author: ESXsi
    Published on 2017-12-16 | Time 16:08:56
  • Win an Amazon Echo with VMware HOL & VMTN

    For those who know me, you will know that I do some of the user moderation for the official VMware VMTN forums here: https://communities.vmware.com This month I was asked if I would be interested in moderating a new forum, the vSAN 6.6 Challenge Lab https://communities.vmware.com/community/vmtn/challenge-lab/vsan/overview So what is this all about? The Hands on Labs team have [...]
    Blog Name: VirtualG Author: Graham
    Published on 2017-12-16 | Time 11:09:48
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    vCloud Director Installation Part 4 – vCloud Director Configuration

    This is part 4 of the vCD 9.0 Installation guide. In the previous section we installed vCloud Director. In this section we will configure the basics for vCD We left the last section on the Welcome page To proceed, we need to accept the license agreement Apply your license Set administrator details Configure the system [...]
    Blog Name: VirtualG Author: Graham
    Published on 2017-12-16 | Time 10:36:34
  • New Release – VMware vCenter Converter Standalone 6.2

    vCenter Converter Standalone is a handy tool used to convert Windows or Linux computers to different types of VMware virtual machines. You can convert physical or virtual machines, and even AWS or Azure instances. VMware released few days ago vCenter Converter Standalone 6.2, a version which supports VMware vSphere 6.5 Update 1. vCenter Converter Standalone New [...] The post New Release – VMware vCenter Converter Standalone 6.2 appeared first on CloudHat.eu.
    Blog Name: CloudHat.eu Author: Constantin Ghioc
    Published on 2017-12-16 | Time 10:18:29
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    vCloud Director 9.0 Installation (A to Z)

    Introduction to to vCD 9.0 vCloud Director (For service providers) 9.0 is the latest release of vCD. This VMware solution is for SPs who have a requirement to host multiple tenants within the same infrastructure. vCD achieves this be slicing up resources into resource pools and allocating compute, network and storage to each tenant based [...]
    Blog Name: VirtualG Author: Graham
    Published on 2017-12-16 | Time 10:14:24
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    vCloud Director Installation Part 1 – Database

    This is part 1 of the vCD 9.0 Installation guide. In this section we will install the database required for vCD There are now 3 databases supported for vCD Oracle Microsoft SQL Server PostgreSQL This guide will focus on setting up a vCD database with PostgreSQL on CentOS 7, but if you need to use [...]
    Blog Name: VirtualG Author: Graham
    Published on 2017-12-16 | Time 09:20:29