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  • vRealize True Visibility Suite Essentials: Bigger, Stronger, Faster Dashboards using vRealize Operations

    Welcome back to The Essentials: vRealize True Visibility Suite. Last time we talked about the importance of relationship mapping in vRealize Operations and the extensibility that management packs bring to the platform. This week we’ll be exploring another foundational component that allows you to customize your monitoring experience. While there is great information that individual … Continued The post vRealize True Visibility Suite Essentials: Bigger, Stronger, Faster Dashboards using vReal[...]

    Blog Name: Cloud Mgmt

    Author: Peter Haagenson

    Published on 2021-01-19 | Time 19:50:15

  • PowerShell Brickset Module version 2.0.1+: Downloading Lego Instructions

    The most common question I get asked about the PowerShell Brickset Module is how to use it to download the online PDF instructions Lego produce to accompany each set. The Get-BricksetSetInstructions function is what you need for this task. A variation on this question is around Lego sets which contain multiple instruction booklets, since Get-BricksetSetInstructions ... Continue Reading PowerShell Brickset Module version 2.0.1+: Downloading Lego Instructions

    Blog Name: http://www.jonathanmedd.net/

    Author: Jonathan Medd

    Published on 2021-01-19 | Time 17:31:12

  • vSphere with Tanzu Now Fully Supports SQL Server 2019 Big Data Clusters

    Since the release of vSphere 7 Update 1c (Dec 17th, 2020), vSphere with Tanzu now supports configurable node storage for Tanzu Kubernetes clusters to mount additional storage volume to the worker nodes. This feature allows vSphere with Tanzu to fully support containerized applications that require a large amount of image size during deployment, for example, The post vSphere with Tanzu Now Fully Supports SQL Server 2019 Big Data Clusters appeared first on Virtual Blocks.

    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks

    Author: Mark Xu

    Published on 2021-01-19 | Time 17:00:55

  • VMware Flings – Investigate New Tools and Apps

    VMware Flings can be quite amazing but may not have the visibility that they deserve.  So what are Flings? Well, VMware Flings have been around for quite a long time and can be found at:  https://flings.vmware.com/  Flings are designed to allow engineers and the community to explore new apps and tools.  The flings themselves will only have community support on [...] The post VMware Flings – Investigate New Tools and Apps first appeared on VirtualWorldUK.

    Blog Name: http://www.virtualworlduk.co.uk

    Author: Dinger

    Published on 2021-01-19 | Time 16:30:50

  • VMware Named a 2021 Gartner Peer Insights…

    VMware Named a 2021 Gartner Peer Insights… VMware was recently recognized as a Customers’ Choice in the January 2021 Gartner Peer Insights ‘Voice of the Customer’: UEM report. Learn more. VMware Social Media Advocacy

    Blog Name: https://blog.ganser.com

    Author: Alexander

    Published on 2021-01-19 | Time 15:27:09

  • PowerCLI: Getting HCL DID, VID, and SVID information.

    Summary:Searching for IO devices on VMware's HCL list is easier, if you have data like DID, VID, and SVID.  Thought I posted on this awhile back, but apparently forgot to do so.  Below is a script that you can run on an ESXi host to get those values needed for the PCI devices you are trying to look up.

    Blog Name: http://tech.zsoldier.com

    Published on 2021-01-19 | Time 13:48:52

  • VMware Cloud on AWS Hands-on Lab

    VMware Cloud on AWS Hands-on Lab Register for VMware Cloud on AWS Hands-on Lab. Deploy a Software Defined Data Center in VMware Cloud on AWS & explore the usage of vCenter to manage the VMware Cloud on AWS. VMware Social Media Advocacy

    Blog Name: https://blog.ganser.com

    Author: Alexander

    Published on 2021-01-19 | Time 13:42:05

  • How Advanced Cross vCenter vMotion works

    This post is about a new feature in vSphere 7.0 U1c: Advanced Cross vCenter vMotion (XVM). It is similar to Cross vCenter vMotion with a main difference. What is Cross vCenter vMotion about? First, there is a difference between Cross vCenter Server vMotion (xvMotion) and  XVM.  xvMotion was already introduced (and supported) to migrate VMs between vCenters within the same Single Sign-On (SSO) Domain in vSphere [...] The post How Advanced Cross vCenter vMotion works appeared first on vNote42.

    Blog Name: https://vnote42.wordpress.com

    Author: vNote42

    Published on 2021-01-19 | Time 12:43:33

  • Unable to form K8S API_PATH URL based on apiVersion for YAML content [VMware Code Stream]

    Recently while working in VMware Code Stream to create a Kubernetes pipeline I ran into an error attempting to create…

    Blog Name: blog.ukotic.net

    Author: Mark Ukotic

    Published on 2021-01-19 | Time 11:55:18

  • Repost: VMware Fault Tolerance Woes

    I always claimed that VMware Fault Tolerance makes no sense. After all, the only thing it does is protect a VM against a server hardware failure… in the world where software crashes are way more common, and fat fingers cause most of the outages. But wait, it gets worse, the whole thing is incredibly complex – you might like this description Minh Ha left as a comment to my Fifty Shades of High Availability blog post.Read more …

    Blog Name: ipSpace.net Blog Posts

    Author: Ivan Pepelnjak

    Published on 2021-01-18 | Time 07:55:00

  • Blog Name: http://vmgu.ru

    Published on 2021-01-18 | Time 04:23:35

  • Clone Template to new vCenter

    On a recent TAM Lab session (TAM Lab 082) I covered several methods for managing vSphere templates. At the end of the presentation we had a brief bonus method that showed using PowerCLI to clone a template to a different vCenter. This could be used once you update your primary copy of a template in [...]

    Blog Name: EnterpriseAdmins.org

    Author: brian.wuchner

    Published on 2021-01-18 | Time 00:49:20

  • Advanced Design VMware vSphere 7.0 Exam (3V0-21.21) Study Links

    I took the Advanced Design VMware vSphere 7.0 Exam recently and the VMware Exam Guide did not have active resource hyperlinks in the PDF. Here they are, plus some additional ones I used: vSphere Resource Management vSphere Networking vCenter Server Installation and Setup vSphere Availability vSphere Storage vSphere Security vSANRead More

    Blog Name: http://vcdx133.com

    Author: vcdx133

    Published on 2021-01-18 | Time 22:30:10

  • Notes from the lab: Bye Bye VMware View Composer

    I was upgrading my lab to VMware Horizon 2012 and yes shame on me I still had an composer in my setup. It was already mentioned that VMware Composer is deprecated from the 2006 release but now in 2012 it will block your upgrade when you still have it enabled. Only after disabling composer on ... Continue Reading "Notes from the lab: Bye Bye VMware View Composer"

    Blog Name: Technical Fellow

    Author: hheres

    Published on 2021-01-18 | Time 22:00:26

  • How to Shrink vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA) Disks

    After upgrading a vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA) multiple times, it might result in having very large virtual disks. The reason for the growth is, whenever you upgrade the vCenter you have to select a bigger size. In some cases, you … Read more » The post How to Shrink vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA) Disks first appeared on virten.net.

    Blog Name: http://www.virten.net/

    Author: Florian Grehl

    Published on 2021-01-18 | Time 21:30:50