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  • Part 3: Create shorter Microsoft Powershell WPF automated clean script

    Currently I am working on rewriting all my VBscript and Powershell GUI script using WPF (Windows presentation platform). When building a graphical xaml forms on Visual studio as shown earlier on Part 1: Create WPF XAML powershell GUI form with Visual studio, I had to remove many elements manually by finding them, and every time it is not productive at all, if I missed removing any unwanted element, it was causing errors. To illustrate it, earlier I was removing lots of stuff from XAML form,[...]
    Blog Name: Virtual Geek Author: Virtual Geek
    Published on 2018-04-22 | Time 18:12:00
  • VMware Product Interoperability Matrices for VMware vSphere Hypervisor (ESXi)

    I haven't spotted this table out there recently, with all the vSphere 6.7 discussion these past few days since launch on Tue Apr 17 2018. So I figured I'd give it some visibility, since you may not have read these three documents carefully enough: Important information before upgrading to vSphere 6.7 (53704) Purpose This article provides important documentation and upgrade information that must be reviewed before upgrading to vSphere 6.7.... Update sequence for vSphere 6.7 and its compatibl[...]
    Blog Name: TinkerTry IT @ home | Author: Paul Braren
    Published on 2018-04-22 | Time 17:08:00
  • vSphere 6.7 Announced: What’s New

    On 17th April, 2018, VMware announced vSphere 6.7 that took almost a year and a half after the release of vSphere 6.5 (in Oct, 2016). Downloading of vSphere 6.7 will be available soon. Eric Siebert has created  in-depth series of what’s...Read more
    Blog Name: My Virtual Journey Author: Nisar Ahmad
    Published on 2018-04-22 | Time 10:47:25
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    VMware vSphere 6.7 scalability

    The new VMware vSphere 6.7, recently available in GA, increase all configuration maximums to new limits (compared to the v6.5 and previous versions). Maybe we can say with no limit, or at least, to be serious, with really huge numbers compared to the actual needs and the existing compunting power. Those new limits are both for scalability aspect, but also to fit with possible performance requirements, considering that a bigger number of business critical applications are going in the virtual [...]
    Blog Name: vInfrastructure Blog Author: Andrea Mauro
    Published on 2018-04-21 | Time 05:34:04
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    PowerCLI から Nested ESXi の esxcli を実行してみる。(GuestProcessManager)

    ESXi 上の VM に ESXi をインストールする「Nested ESXi」と呼ばれる使用方法があり、検証環境や、vSAN Witness Appliance などで利用されています。Running Nested VMs Nested ESXi は物理マシンへのインストールと同様に DCUI からの設定作業ができるため通常は、VM コンソールから設定をすることになります。 しかし VM であり、しかも最近の ESXi 6.x ではデフォルトで VMware Tools がインスト[...]
    Blog Name: Gowatana Blog
    Published on 2018-04-21 | Time 03:29:27
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    VMware vSphere 6.5 Upgrade – Path Finder

    VMware vSphere 6.5 has released last year but still many of the environments are running with vSphere 5.5 or vSphere 6.0. This article will try to provide more information about VMware vSphere 6.5 upgrade resources and other available utilities in the market to simplify the upgrade work plan and execution. This article also covers the … The post VMware vSphere 6.5 Upgrade – Path Finder appeared first on UnixArena.
    Blog Name: UnixArena Author: Lingeswaran R
    Published on 2018-04-21 | Time 08:02:52
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    Microsoft Powershell GUI: Change Internet Options connections Lan settings proxy server grayed out

    One of my friend wanted a small proxy settings hack tool which I created using Powershell script, it is very small tool and helps to change proxy server settings, It can changed when Internet Options >> Connections tab is either missing or Lan settings button is disabled, and you still want to change proxy settings. Basically this graphical powershell script make changes in the Registry. So registry modification must be enabled for this. After launching script looks like below. It show[...]
    Blog Name: Virtual Geek Author: Virtual Geek
    Published on 2018-04-21 | Time 07:46:00
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    FlashArray vSphere Web Client now supports vSphere 6.7

    Quick post–if you are looking at using vSphere 6.7, please note that only version of our plugin that works with 6.7 is version 3.1.x or later. There were some API changes that prevent it from properly loading in the 6.7 interface. Reach out to support if you would like the latest version! This is still ... Continue Reading FlashArray vSphere Web Client now supports vSphere 6.7 →
    Blog Name: Cody Hosterman Author: codyhosterman
    Published on 2018-04-20 | Time 23:00:56
  • vCenter 6.7 upgrade walkthrough

    VMware recently announced a new vSphere release, version 6.7. It includes new features like the Per-VM EVC and support for embedded PSC and vCenter in enhanced link mode (ELM). In this post, I will show a slideshow of the upgrade process in a topology with the Platform Service Controller separate from the vCenter server. Basically,... Continue Reading vCenter 6.7 upgrade walkthrough
    Blog Name: vWannabe Author: javirodz
    Published on 2018-04-20 | Time 19:26:54
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    What’s New in Core Storage in vSphere 6.7 Part IV: NVMe Controller In-Guest UNMAP Support

    vSphere 6.7 core storage “what’s new” series: What’s New in Core Storage in vSphere 6.7 Part I: In-Guest UNMAP and Snapshots What’s New in Core Storage in vSphere 6.7 Part II: Sector Size and VMFS-6 What’s New in Core Storage in vSphere 6.7 Part III: Increased Storage Limits What’s New in Core Storage in vSphere ... Continue Reading What’s New in Core Storage in vSphere 6.7 Part IV: NVMe Controller In-Guest UNMAP Support →
    Blog Name: Cody Hosterman Author: codyhosterman
    Published on 2018-04-20 | Time 18:42:42
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    Configure VMware vSAN 6.7 iSCSI Target for Windows Server Failover Cluster File Server & SQL

    Introduction: With the release of vCenter 6.7, vSphere 6.7, and vSAN  6.7, a long awaited feature of vSAN that being SCSI Persistent Reservations for iSCSI shared disks  is now released. This subsequently means that iSCSI target  shared disks hosted on… The post Configure VMware vSAN 6.7 iSCSI Target for Windows Server Failover Cluster File Server & SQL appeared first on Zero To Hero.
    Blog Name: Zero to Hero Author: Saadallah Chebaro
    Published on 2018-04-20 | Time 18:16:00
  • Delete an orphaned PKS cluster

    You may run into a situation where your PKS cluster is orphaned or you’re unable to delete it with the pks delete-cluster command. I’m going to show how to manually clean up the PKS cluster in the database. In the background I’ve reproduced this issue by deleting the BOSH deployment that backs the PKS cluster. [...]
    Blog Name: orchestration.io Author: Chris Greene
    Published on 2018-04-20 | Time 16:49:46
  • Upgrade to vSphere 6.5 Partner Deployment Incentive – Extended to 4 May

    Take advantage of this important incentive now. End of general support of vSphere 5.5 will occur in September 2018 and vSphere 6.5 is needed to sell SDDC and Cloud solutions. Learn more. The post Upgrade to vSphere 6.5 Partner Deployment Incentive – Extended to 4 May appeared first on Partner News.
    Blog Name: Partner News Author: The VMware Partner Network Team
    Published on 2018-04-20 | Time 14:37:51
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    vSAN 6.7, and vRealize Operations within vCenter

    With the introduction of the new HTLM5 user interface for vCenter and vSAN in vSphere 6.7, VMware has taken a major step forward in improving the operations of an infrastructure to be a more intuitive and productive experience. The HTML 5 interface, built off the Clarity framework, allows VMware to not only take a fresh The post vSAN 6.7, and vRealize Operations within vCenter appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Pete Koehler
    Published on 2018-04-20 | Time 14:23:53
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    vRealize Operations within vCenter Plugin

    With the release of the latest version of vCenter 6.7 there is a new capability to help achieve self-driving operations from within your vCenter environment with vRealize Operations being at it’s core. This is the new vRealize Operations within vCenter plugin which provides 6 new dashboards directly in the vCenter UI. This plugin was added The post vRealize Operations within vCenter Plugin appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
    Blog Name: Cloud Mgmt Author: Chris McClanahan
    Published on 2018-04-20 | Time 14:15:47