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  • VMworld 2020 Demo – Voice activated workload migration to VMware Cloud SDDCs

    One of my favorite but also most stressful part of preparing for a VMworld session is creating the demos. Even with a "virtual" VMworld this year, I personally felt it was even more stressful than a physical VMworld. I have been presenting with Emad Younis for a number of years now and every year, we [...]

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    Author: William Lam

    Published on 2020-10-19 | Time 17:40:52

  • VMware Completes SaltStack Acquisition to…

    VMware Completes SaltStack Acquisition to… Today, I am happy to announce that VMware has closed its acquisition of SaltStack. I want to officially welcome the SaltStack team led by Marc Chenn and Tom Hatch to the Cloud Management team at VMware. VMware Social Media Advocacy

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    Author: Vinay Aggarwal

    Published on 2020-10-19 | Time 17:06:30

  • Heads up on using pfSense and vSphere with Tanzu and HAProxy

    I’ve been using pfSense in my home lab for about 10 years now and it has worked great with everyContinue reading

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    Author: Chris Greene

    Published on 2020-10-19 | Time 16:39:15

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    Author: admin

    Published on 2020-10-19 | Time 13:49:53

  • New KB articles published for the week ending 18th October,2020

    Tweet Informational Article Bing maps ‘Aerial’ view shows a misaligned ‘Road’ map overlay in certain regions Published Date:13-10-2020 VMware Horizon VMware Horizon 7 version 7.13 Support Plan Published Date:15-10-2020 All Hosts in a Horizon Farm Must Have the Same OS Published Date:14-10-2020 VMware NSX Data Center for vSphere In an NSXv environment, an ESXi host … Continued The post New KB articles published for the week ending 18th October,2020 appeared first on VMware Support Insid[...]

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    Author: Rahul Parmar

    Published on 2020-10-19 | Time 10:52:54

  • An Introduction to Backup and Restore in vRealize Network Insight 6.0

    Authored by Abhijit Timble. A solid backup system is one of the key elements for every organization to be prepared ahead of any disaster. vRealize Network Insight 6.0 introduces a new framework to support backup and restore of all On-Premise vRNI deployments. This helps address some of the critical use cases around Setup recovery and The post An Introduction to Backup and Restore in vRealize Network Insight 6.0 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.

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    Author: Martijn Smit

    Published on 2020-10-19 | Time 10:21:01

  • Getting started with NSX-T part 1

    How to get a basic setup of NSX-T in your lab environment! Part 1 of the series, deploying and connecting the NSX-T manager.

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    Author: Robert

    Published on 2020-10-19 | Time 10:09:14

  • StarWind VSAN as a truly fault-tolerant virtual storage pool

    StarWind VSAN uses synchronous replication between nodes. It means that VSAN immediately copies data to the second node over the network to ensure instant failover for your mission-critical applications. StarWind VSAN can be deployed on any commodity hardware that you already have. You'll leverage the internal disks in each host and create a shared storage [...] Read the full post StarWind VSAN as a truly fault-tolerant virtual storage pool at ESX Virtualization.

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    Author: Vladan SEGET

    Published on 2020-10-19 | Time 07:23:23

  • VMware: Actualizar nuestro VCSA a la última versión – VMware vCenter Server 7.0 U1

    Saludos amigos, VMware ha lanzado el esperado vSphere 7.0 Update 1. Que además de contener como siempre muchas actualizaciones de seguridad, también incluye algunas novedades.… The post VMware: Actualizar nuestro VCSA a la última versión – VMware vCenter Server 7.0 U1 appeared first on El Blog de Jorge de la Cruz.

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    Author: Jorge de la Cruz

    Published on 2020-10-19 | Time 07:15:45

  • Treat, no trick: Free VMware premium training for a year if you sign up by Halloween!

    My friend Christopher posted about a 6 month promo for the VMware Learning Zone that was being extended soon. As I’m looking to rebuild some of my VMware expertise (I was a vExpert for several years, but fell out of ... Continue Reading

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    Author: rsts11

    Published on 2020-10-18 | Time 02:40:42

  • Вышел VMware PowerCLI 12.1 – что там нового?

    Недавно компания VMware объявила о доступности для загрузки новой версии фреймворка для управления виртуальной инфраструктурой с помощью сценариев PowerCLI 12.1. Напомним, что о прошлой мажорной версии PowerCLI 12, вышедшей в апреле этого года, мы писали вот тут. Давайте посмотрим, что [...]

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    Published on 2020-10-18 | Time 01:00:00

  • PowerCLI with PowerShell 5.x and 7.x – Part 1

    How does the PowerCLI module install work on a computer with both PowerShell 5.x and 7.x

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    Author: Colin Westwater

    Published on 2020-10-18 | Time 23:00:00

  • VMworld 2020…Recap

    Read about my recap of VMworld 2020 where I will detail my thoughts on the conference in it's new 100% virtual format along with sharing my favourite sessions.

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    Author: Lukas Winn

    Published on 2020-10-18 | Time 21:00:00

  • vRLI & Logstash: Splitting ESXi logs.

    With this next post I would like to share my first experiment with Logstash and Docker, while nothing here is rocket science they were both relatively new to me and so I thought to write a little post about it. The the intent / requirement here was to split the logs between vRLI and another [...]

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    Author: vMan

    Published on 2020-10-18 | Time 17:45:33

  • How to easily install VMware ESXi 7.0 Update 1 on an Intel Xeon D Supermicro SuperServer

    This article is very much a work in progress, all information is subject to change as I continue my testing, and updating this article which is based on the original 6.7 installation article. This is a basic overview document, highlighting the steps that I walk you right through in the accompanying video below. I'm delighted to say that it went well. Like, really well. The Xeon D-1500's included Intel I350 1GbE RJ45 network connections seems to work fine, and the Xeon D-1500's Intel X552/X557 10[...]

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    Published on 2020-10-18 | Time 11:37:00