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    New book project: VCP6.5-DCV Exam Guide

    The Mastering VMware vSphere 6.5 book is on the shelves from the end of December 2017 and it’s going quite good, considering that it was my book. Now I can announce a new book project that it’s amost complete and in the final review stage: still based on vSphere 6.5, this this the book is focues on the VCP6.5-DCV exam. The title will be: Data Center Virtualization Certification: VCP6.5-DCV Exam Guide Like in the previous previous project, there will be also Paolo Valsecchi as a co-author. K[...]
    Blog Name: vInfrastructure Blog Author: Andrea Mauro
    Published on 2018-07-22 | Time 04:36:20
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    Learning VMware vSphere 6.7

    VMware vSphere 6.7 is in GA since April 2018 (see this post) and the know issues are quite limited. Most of the other VMware and 3rd party products have reach the compatibility this this new release. For example, recently, also Veeam Backup & Replication support for vSphere 6.7 with the new 9.5 update 3a patch. So it could be the time to think about it, in new projects or also for existing environments. I’ve wrote a post on why upgrade to VMware vSphere 6.7 (or why not), but first to all rem[...]
    Blog Name: vInfrastructure Blog Author: Andrea Mauro
    Published on 2018-07-22 | Time 16:38:16
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    vSphere 6.7 Release

    vSphere 6.7 ile alakalı dökümanlara aşağıdaki linkten ulaşabilirsiniz. https://docs.vmware.com/en/VMware-vSphere/6.7/rn/vsphere-esxi-vcenter-server-67-release-notes.html https://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/2018/04/introducing-vmware-vsphere-6-7.html https://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/2018/04/vsphere-6-7-6-5-deploy.html
    Blog Name: Onur Can Author: admin
    Published on 2018-07-22 | Time 09:16:59
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    My vSphere 6.7 Upgrade – WOW!

    Hi all, This article covers off the process of my upgrade to vSphere 6.7 in my lab.  It is later than you may have suspected due to dependencies in my lab I had to wait to be dealt with. So this process starts with me getting the docs, and the bits (vCenter and ESXi). I ... Continue Reading My vSphere 6.7 Upgrade – WOW! →
    Blog Name: Notes from MWhite Author: Michael White
    Published on 2018-07-21 | Time 22:24:25
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    VMworld US 2018 sessions on VMware Cloud on AWS

    VMworld US 2018 is just around the corner and hopefully most of you have started. I was just browsing the session catalog this morning see what sessions were available for VMware Cloud on AWS and I have always found the VMworld search results less than ideal as I prefer to be able to see all results [...]
    Blog Name: virtuallyGhetto Author: William Lam
    Published on 2018-07-21 | Time 21:07:52
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    Add a vCenter Single Sign On Identity Source Active Directory (Windows Integrated Authentication)

    This is a second part of my article How to join vCenter Server appliance to Active Directory, and here I am configuring Identity source on Single sign on. In my one of the previous article ADDING AND CONFIGURING VMWARE VSPHERE VCENTER SSO ACTIVE DIRECTORY AS LDAP SERVER  I used AD as ldap server, contrary here I am trying Windows Integrated Authentication as identity source. Before processing make sure vCenter server appliance is joined into Active Directory Domain.  Next navigate to t[...]
    Blog Name: Virtual Geek Author: Virtual Geek
    Published on 2018-07-21 | Time 16:50:00
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    How to join vCenter Server appliance to Active Directory

    I just finished deploying new VCSA 6.7 in my office for a new project, In this article I am showing procedure to join VCSA to active directory, and wanted to assign permissions to AD accounts but Active directory was not visible in permissions. For the same follow below steps on vCenter web client to configure. Click Home icon button on top, and from drop down menu select Home. Under Administration locate System configuration. Next on the Navigator select Nodes, Under nodes locate vCen[...]
    Blog Name: Virtual Geek Author: Virtual Geek
    Published on 2018-07-21 | Time 15:32:00
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    NSX 6.4.1 Upgrade Guide

    This post will walk through upgrading to NSX 6.4.1. If upgrading from 6.4.0 then the new Upgrade Coordinator feature can be used, allowing simultaneous upgrade planning of multiple NSX objects, see the NSX 6.4.x Upgrade Coordinator post for more information. If upgrading ... Continue Reading
    Blog Name: ESXsi Author: ESXsi
    Published on 2018-07-20 | Time 21:24:31
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    Upgrading Nexenta Fusion to 1.2.0

    Hello there, I use Nexenta in my lab, and I really like it.  It works well and has a great UI too.  There was an update of the Nexenta Fusion management appliance recently. I discovered there was an update by looking at the console, and not by the email distribution.  Which should be used to ... Continue Reading Upgrading Nexenta Fusion to 1.2.0 →
    Blog Name: Notes from MWhite Author: Michael White
    Published on 2018-07-20 | Time 20:41:36
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    My Experience with the NSX 6.2 ICM On-Demand traning and the VCP-NV exam

    For the people who are only interested in the result: today I passed the VCP-NV exam with 367 points. This after I followed the NSX Install, Configure, Manage (hence the ICM) On-Demand course in May. This training was provided through the Partner training funds that my employer TenICT/AnylinQ have been... Continue Reading
    Blog Name: Retouw Author: Wouter
    Published on 2018-07-20 | Time 20:16:39
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    vSphere Upgrade Series Part 3: Upgrading vSphere Hosts

    In Part 1 Preparing to Upgrade & Part 2 Upgrading vCenter Server of the vSphere Upgrade Series we prepared our environment for an Upgrade and then completed the vCenter Server & vSphere Update Manager (VUM) upgrades to version 6.7. In this post we will cover the upgrade process for Upgrading vSphere Hosts (ESXi) via vSphere Update Manager The post vSphere Upgrade Series Part 3: Upgrading vSphere Hosts appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
    Blog Name: vSphere Author: Nigel Hickey
    Published on 2018-07-20 | Time 19:45:38
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    Update on new VMware plug-ins for HPE storage

    Recently released VMware plug-ins bring new features and a licensing change. Get full details here plus an overview of how the complete plug-in portfolito helps provide simplified management for VMware admins.
    Blog Name: Around the Storage Block Author: StorageExperts
    Published on 2018-07-20 | Time 17:43:23
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    Automatically retrieve CVE CVSS score for all ESXi security bulletins 

    I always enjoying learning new things, especially when it is outside of my immediate domain expertise and if I can thrown in some Automation to help solve a solution, it is a win for everyone. I bring this up because, yesterday I had noticed an interesting question from one of our field folks where their customer [...]
    Blog Name: virtuallyGhetto Author: William Lam
    Published on 2018-07-20 | Time 15:37:45
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    Learn about vSphere 6.7 at VMworld 2018

    vSphere 6.7 was released in April of 2018 and has garnered quite a lot of interest from our customer and partner community. If you haven’t yet taken a look at this latest release and the features within, then VMworld 2018 is a great venue to do just that. With the VMworld US Content Catalog and Schedule The post Learn about vSphere 6.7 at VMworld 2018 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
    Blog Name: vSphere Author: Adam Eckerle
    Published on 2018-07-20 | Time 15:20:08
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    Automate retrieving the Horizon Usage Report for VMware Cloud Providers

    For VMware Cloud Providers that are using Horizon, monthly usage collection is not automated or collected by Usage Meter currently. This is a manual process that requires the Provider to retrieve the highwater mark concurrent usage on a monthly basis. ... Continue Reading → The post Automate retrieving the Horizon Usage Report for VMware Cloud Providers appeared first on Clouds, etc..
    Blog Name: Clouds, etc. Author: Daniel Paluszek
    Published on 2018-07-20 | Time 14:55:46