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  • Custom Virtual Machine Class Types with vSphere with Tanzu

    When you deploy a Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) Cluster using the integrated TKG Service in vSphere with Tanzu, you can specify a Virtual Machine Class Type which determines the amount of CPU and Memory resources that are allocated for both the Control Plane and/or Worker Node VMs for your TKG Cluster. Here is a sample [...]

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    Published on 2020-10-30 | Time 21:09:27

  • Automated Nested Lab Deployment on SDDC Part 4: Oracle Cloud VMware Solution

    In this final blog series, we are now going to take a look at deploying our Nested Lab in an Oracle Cloud VMware Solution environment. Similiar to GCVE, we also will have the ability to run Nested vSAN on top of the physical vSAN within OCVS and by default, customers are provided with the full [...]

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    Published on 2020-10-30 | Time 13:43:54

  • Automated Nested Lab Deployment on SDDC Part 3: Google VMware Cloud Engine

    In Part 3 of this series, we will be taking a look at deploying our Nested Lab in a Google Cloud VMware Engine environment. One thing you may notice that is different between VMConAWS and AVS is that we are actually running a Nested vSAN on top of the physical vSAN within GCVE. In the [...]

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    Published on 2020-10-29 | Time 20:46:59

  • Adobe Flash is going away, is your VMware environment and IT Organization ready for it?

    Hopefully this news should not come as a surprise to anyone but at the end of this year (December 31, 2020), Adobe and all mainstream web browsers will remove Flash functionality preventing users from interacting with any Flash-based web applications. This will also impact usage of VMware products that still uses Flash such as older [...]

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    Published on 2020-10-29 | Time 14:31:20

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Survey: vSphere Configuration Management Feedback

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There’s been an increasing trend lately in people wanting to discuss the application of configuration management to their vSphere environments. If you’ve spent any time researching it, you’ll find there are a wide variety of tools available. With each of these tools, they have their own set of dependencies, their own set of functionalities, and Read more...

New Release – vSphere Automation SDK for Ruby

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The vSphere Automation SDK for Ruby has been around for almost four years now. Originally released as the vCloud Suite SDK for Ruby in 2015, this was the first VMware supported Ruby SDK and was used to interact with the REST based vSphere 6.0 API endpoint. Once vSphere 6.5 was released, all of the vCloud Read more...

New Release – Datacenter CLI 2.11.0

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Datacenter CLI (DCLI) is back with a brand-new release in the form of version 2.11.0! There are some fantastic updates for the folks making use of the built-in credential store. DCLI 2.11.0 introduces the following improvements and changes: Added the ability to store multiple refresh tokens in the credential store Added the ability to store Read more...

First Look: vSphere Client Developer Center

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The vSphere HTML5 Web Client Fling has proven itself to be a fantastic resource over and over again. This Fling provides users with the latest and greatest pre-release updates for the HTML5 based vSphere Client. Released this week, version 4.0 of the Fling has two major improvements worth discussing. The first, this Fling can now Read more...

VMworld EU Hackathon Highlights- In Photos

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The VMworld EU Hackathon was a night of great fun, coding, networking, and resulted in some great projects! From 7PM to midnight, participants worked together to create projects leveraging Kubernetes, vRO, and much more. The event was held at the Esferic in Barcelona, a site used as the Science Pavilion during the world exhibition of Read more...