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  • Cloud Scalability @ the Speed of a Click with VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) 3.0

    As Enterprises create more data and transactions, demands are increasing on their private and public cloud instances. By 2020 the digital universe will create around 40 zettabytes of data. In the last 3 years alone data center traffic has tripled. This explosion in compute, network and storage density is driven by IoT, social media, on-demand The post Cloud Scalability @ the Speed of a Click with VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) 3.0 appeared first on Cloud Foundation.
    Blog Name: Cloud Foundation Author: rsawant
    Published on 2018-10-19 | Time 17:55:49
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    VMware Cloud Automation Services – The Service Broker

    In my previous article about VMware Cloud Automation Services I gave a brief introduction about VMware Cloud Automation Services as a whole and I dove… The post VMware Cloud Automation Services – The Service Broker appeared first on dutchvblog.
    Blog Name: dutchvblog Author: Wesley van Ede
    Published on 2018-10-19 | Time 17:00:25
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    vRealize Automation Deployment Failed

    I recently deployed a new vRealize Automation 7.5 environment. The deployment went without any issues. The configuration also went well. A week later, the console of the vRA appliance was launched and an error was displayed. The error indicates that ... Continue Reading
    Blog Name: Get-VM Author: zach
    Published on 2018-10-19 | Time 16:55:55
  • Quick Tip – How to enable vGPU vMotion in vSphere 6.7 Update 1

    Since this question has come up a few times this week, I thought it is worth a quick blog post on how to enable the new vGPU vMotion feature which is now available in latest vSphere 6.7 Update 1 release. If you try to vMotion a VM that has been configured with a vGPU, you [...]
    Blog Name: virtuallyGhetto Author: William Lam
    Published on 2018-10-19 | Time 15:12:18
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    Optimising and Tuning Windows 10 Using VMware Horizon 7 [VMTN5519E]

    Optimising and Tuning Windows 10 Using VMware Horizon 7 [VMTN5519E]   I have the great privilege of being selected as a official blogger & presenting this year at VMworld 2018 Europe, visit my session on Tuesday 06 November @ 16:15 on VMware Horizon: Optimising and Tuning Windows 10 Using VMware Horizon 7 [VMTN5519E] “Learn how... Continue Reading →
    Blog Name: RyanMangansitblog Author: Ryan.Mangan
    Published on 2018-10-19 | Time 15:11:20
  • vSphere 6.7 U1 und Veeam Backup 9.5 U3a

    Backup Jobs scheitern nach Update auf vSphere 6.7 U1 Am 16.10.2018 wurde das Update 1 von vSphere 6.7 veröffentlicht. Dieses wurde lange erwartet, da es erstmalig den vollen Funktionsumfang des HTML5 Clients bietet. Zuvor mussten noch einige Aufgaben mit dem Web-Client (Flash) erledigt werden. Leider stellte sich recht schnell heraus, daß es zu Problemen mit … "vSphere 6.7 U1 und Veeam Backup 9.5 U3a" weiterlesen Der Beitrag vSphere 6.7 U1 und Veeam Backup 9.5 U3a erschien zuerst auf Elasti[...]
    Blog Name: Elastic Sky Author: Michael Schroeder
    Published on 2018-10-19 | Time 11:21:16
  • vCloud Director 9.5 : encore plus de HTML5 et la porte d’entrée vers vSphere 6.7

    Cela m’avait échappé le jour de la sortie de vSphere 6.7 update 1, mais vCloud Director 9 vient aussi d’être mis à jour (le 4 Octobre dernier) et passe de la 9.1 à la 9.5. Au menu, toujours des améliorations autour de la gestion des clients (ou tenants en anglais dans le texte), l’hybridation Cloud, Lire la suite de ce merveilleux billet
    Blog Name: vBlog Author: Cédric
    Published on 2018-10-19 | Time 09:49:31
  • Free NFR Keys for KMS from Hytrust for all VMware vExperts

    It’s been a while since I was thinking of testing a Key Management Server (KMS) in a lab and do some encryption based scenarios. However, all KMS solutions so far weren’t free or difficult to obtain NFR. Today I’d like to spread the good news for Free NFR Keys for KMS from Hytrust for all [...] Read the full post Free NFR Keys for KMS from Hytrust for all VMware vExperts at ESX Virtualization.
    Blog Name: ESX Virtualization Author: Vladan SEGET
    Published on 2018-10-19 | Time 07:21:57
  • Horizon View Api’s: back to basics part 2: Queries

    So this is the second post in this series about the Horizon View API basics. While functions logically would be part 2 I have decided on doing queries first since you might need the result for a query before you can use some of the functions. Some if it will... Continue Reading
    Blog Name: Retouw Author: Wouter
    Published on 2018-10-19 | Time 07:00:03
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    New Features in vSphere 6.7 Update 1

    17th April 2018, VMware has introduced vSphere 6.7 with lot of new features. 18th October 2018, VMware announces vSphere 6.7 Update 1 is now generally available. There is some big changes that we'll review those changes in this post. First and biggest change is using single platform for vSphere Client. vCenter High Availability has a big change and improvement. Content Library gives you more flexibility. The post New Features in vSphere 6.7 Update 1 appeared first on Davoud Teimouri.
    Blog Name: Teimouri.net Author: Davoud Teimouri
    Published on 2018-10-18 | Time 04:36:23
  • How to Update / Patch VMware vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) 6.7 Offline

    VMware is releasing patches for their products regular basis to keep the product more stable and secure, some. vSphere 6.7 has released few months back and VMware released 3 patches for this version, also they have released vSphere 6.7 Update 1  . As we know, Update or patching is easy if you have internet connectivity [...] The post How to Update / Patch VMware vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) 6.7 Offline appeared first on VMarena.
    Blog Name: VMARENA Author: Rajesh Radhakrishnan
    Published on 2018-10-18 | Time 04:26:50
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    VMware Cloud Provider Pod 1.0 is now Available!

    With Love, from VMware to the Cloud Provider   Cloud Providers are specialists in multi-cloud management for Enterprise customers today. They are harbingers of the bleeding edge in multi-cloud, and caretakers of compliance and security for cross-cloud applications. If you’re among that crème de la crème of cloud admins that get to call themselves Cloud The post VMware Cloud Provider Pod 1.0 is now Available! appeared first on VMware Cloud Provider Blog.
    Blog Name: vCloud Author: ari
    Published on 2018-10-18 | Time 02:08:42
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    New KB articles published for the week ending 13th October,2018

    VMware NSX for vSphere NSX Manager service fails with the error: “Illegal access” Date Published: 9-Oct-18 NSX startup or lookup service registration fails in NSX-v Date Published: 10-Oct-18 Unable to add new configs to NSX (6.4.1) ESG with FIPS mode Enabled Date Published: 11-Oct-18 VMware SDDC Manager How to download logs from the SDDC Manager The post New KB articles published for the week ending 13th October,2018 appeared first on VMware Support Insider.
    Blog Name: Support Insider Author: Rahul Parmar
    Published on 2018-10-18 | Time 01:28:56
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    Running VMware on Ravello

    One of the many benefits of being a vExpert is the freebies that you get from vendors. Ravello from Oracle is one of them where you are able to run your VMs on their hypervisor in the public cloud space. One of the selling points is that you can just copy your vmdk files up to the system and you don't need to reconfigure your VM hardware and settings to get it running. The platform also allow you to run a hypervisor such as ESXi as a VM which means I can have a lab on the move in the cloud. With[...]
    Blog Name: myVMX – Virtualisation Author: Kin Yung
    Published on 2018-10-18 | Time 00:17:00
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    Latency-based PSP in ESXi 6.7 Update 1: A test drive

    Yesterday, I wrote a post introducing the new latency-based round robin multipathing policy in ESXi 6.7 Update 1. You can check that out here: Latency Round Robin PSP in ESXi 6.7 Update 1 In normal scenarios, you may not see much of a performance difference between the standard IOPS switching-based policy and the latency one. ... Continue Reading Latency-based PSP in ESXi 6.7 Update 1: A test drive →
    Blog Name: Cody Hosterman Author: codyhosterman
    Published on 2018-10-18 | Time 23:06:14