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    vSAN Proactive Support with VMware Skyline

    We are excited to announce the introduction of vSAN proactive support in VMware Skyline. Customers utilizing vSAN will receive proactive findings that identify potential issues for vSAN. In order to enable vSAN proactive support in Skyline, customers must upgrade to Skyline Collector 1.4. The Release Notes for Skyline Collector 1.4 can be found here. To The post vSAN Proactive Support with VMware Skyline appeared first on VMware Support Insider.
    Blog Name: Support Insider Author: Nick Fritsch
    Published on 2018-08-15 | Time 16:45:08
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    VMware EUC All-Stars at VMworld 2018

    That’s right. We’re bringing out the big brains, our senior solutions architects and technical marketing leaders for VMware End-User Computing (EUC). Learn directly from the people that know the technology best at these hands-on labs, breakout sessions, roundtable discussions and quick talks—only at VMworld 2018. EUC Tech Marketing Breakout Sessions Workspace ONE UEM (AirWatch), Windows [...] The post VMware EUC All-Stars at VMworld 2018 appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.
    Blog Name: End-User Computing Author: Hannah Jernigan
    Published on 2018-08-15 | Time 16:00:19
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    Warning “esx.problem.hyperthreading.unmitigated” after installing ESXi patches.

    This warning may appear after installing patches contained in release ESXi650-201808001 (14 Aug 2018) and you have not updated your vCenter Server. After upgrade of vCenter Server you will see a following warning – “This host is potentially vulnerable to issues described in CVE-2018-3646, please refer to https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/55636 for details and VMware recommendations.” Link to KB55636 [...]
    Blog Name: Kalle’s Playground Author: Kalle
    Published on 2018-08-15 | Time 14:41:20
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    If Kubernetes is in, is vSphere out?

    By Kendrick Coleman, Open Source Technical Product Manager, Cloud-Native Applications Business Unit (CNABU)   The topic has been approached countless of times over the past decade. Why do I need vSphere when I can run X, Y, or Z on bare metal? I’m here to tell you that no matter what reasoning you can come The post If Kubernetes is in, is vSphere out? appeared first on Cloud-Native Apps.
    Blog Name: Cloud-Native Apps Author: kendrickc
    Published on 2018-08-15 | Time 13:00:06
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    What happens if all hosts in a vSphere HA cluster are isolated?

    Advertise here with BSA I received this question through twitter today from Markus who was going through the vSphere 6.7 Clustering Deep Dive. And it is fairly straightforward: what happens when all hosts are isolated in a cluster, will the isolation response be triggered? @DuncanYB or @FrankDenneman I now read the HA section of #ClusteringDeepDive 2 times but I [...] The post What happens if all hosts in a vSphere HA cluster are isolated? appeared first on Yellow Bricks.
    Blog Name: Yellow Bricks Author: Duncan Epping
    Published on 2018-08-15 | Time 10:51:06
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    New VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2018-0022 and Updated Security Advisory VMSA-2018-0019.1

    Today, VMware has released the following new and updated security advisories: VMSA-2018-0022 – VMware Workstation and Fusion updates address an out-of-bounds write issue VMSA-2018-0019.1 – Horizon 6, 7, Horizon Agent, and Horizon Client for Windows updates address an out-of-bounds read vulnerability VMSA-2018-0022 documents the remediation of a critical severity out-of-bounds read vulnerability (CVE-2018-6973) in VMware […] The post New VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2018-0022 and Updated S[...]
    Blog Name: VMware Security & Compliance Blog Author: Praveen Singh
    Published on 2018-08-14 | Time 05:44:11
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    How to easily update your VMware ESXi Hypervisor to the latest version with one ESXCLI command

    The below list of one-liner SSH commands allow all all ESXi enthusiasts to get to the very latest ESXi version (or any particular version) at any time. Seriously easy, much like apt get in Linux. Yes, even these VMware folks are included: Free Hypervisor users Small labs with ESXi only and no vCenter or VCSA, thus, no VUM (VMware Update Manager) VMUG Advantage EVALExperience Subscribers Let that sink in for a moment. It doesn't really matter that the Free Hypervisor and EVALExperience download s[...]
    Blog Name: TinkerTry IT @ home | Author: Paul Braren
    Published on 2018-08-14 | Time 23:59:00
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    New KB articles published for week ending 11th August 2018

    VMware NSX for vSphere Publishing Distributed Firewall rules fails with error “Unmatched rules found in the configuration” Date Published: 2018-08-09 Environments running vRNI 3.8 with NSX may experience NSX Controller memory issues and interruption to networking Date Published: 2018-08-09 VMware ESXi SNMPD crashes frequently after upgrading to ESXi 6.7 Date Published: 2018-08-08 VMware Horizon Instant The post New KB articles published for week ending 11th August 2018 appeared first on VMw[...]
    Blog Name: Support Insider Author: VMware
    Published on 2018-08-14 | Time 19:47:16
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    New VMware Releases

    VMware has released vCenter 6.7d, 6.5 Update 2c, 6.0 Update 3h and 5.5 Update 3j and ESXi updates for 6.7, 6.5 Update 2, 6.0 Update 3 and 5.5 Update 3, and also Workstation 14.1.3 and Fusion 10.1.3, this are all security updates. Important: Be aware that the patch for ESXi has fixes for two security problems with [...]
    Blog Name: Virtual Allan Author: Allan Kjaer
    Published on 2018-08-14 | Time 17:29:14
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    Hybrid Cloud Automation Calm 5.8.1 with Native PowerShell

    Calm 5.8.1 is now available. Notable Changes: • Based on feedback, Apps Tab in PC is now renamed to Calm so that people can quickly find Calm functionality • Karan windows automation component is now deprecated. You no longer need a separate VM. * Calm now contains native PowerShell on Linux functionality. * Existing blueprints…Read More
    Blog Name: IT Blood Pressure Author: dlessner
    Published on 2018-08-14 | Time 16:26:45
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    World’s First Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Data Fabric with Initial support for VMware Cloud – Welcome Datrium CloudShift!

    Ok, you got here! However, before you start reading and give up in the middle of a long post, let me tell you that what Datrium is announcing today is a generational improvement to existing Disaster Recovery and Hybrid Cloud platforms for many reasons – so it is crucial to understand how we got here. ... Continue Reading
    Blog Name: myvirtualcloud.net Author: Andre Leibovici
    Published on 2018-08-14 | Time 15:14:35
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    Top vSAN product articles for July 2018

     Component metadata health check fails with invalid state error “Host cannot communicate with all other nodes in vSAN enabled cluster” error vCenter Server 6.0 Update 2 displays on non-vSAN enabled ESXi hosts displays the message: Retrieve a ticket to register the vSAN VASA Provider Status of TLSv1.1/1.2 Enablement and TLSv1.0 Disablement across VMware products The The post Top vSAN product articles for July 2018 appeared first on VMware Support Insider.
    Blog Name: Support Insider Author: VMware
    Published on 2018-08-14 | Time 14:44:57
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    Top NSX for vSphere product articles for July 2018

    Virtual machine in ESXi is unresponsive with a non-paged pool memory leak VMs running on ESXi 5.5 with vShield endpoint activated fails during snapshot operations Performing vMotion or powering on a virtual machine being protected by vShield Endpoint fails When using VMware vShield App Firewall, virtual machines fail to connect to the vSwitch/vDS/network with the The post Top NSX for vSphere product articles for July 2018 appeared first on VMware Support Insider.
    Blog Name: Support Insider Author: VMware
    Published on 2018-08-14 | Time 14:37:38
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    Top vSphere product articles for July 2018

    “The transaction log for database ‘VIM_VCDB’ is full” error on a Microsoft SQL DB server ESXi 5.5 Update 3b and later hosts are not manageable after an upgrade “Host IPMI system event log status” alarm in vCenter Server Determining where growth is occurring in the vCenter Server database ESXi host disconnects intermittently from vCenter Server The post Top vSphere product articles for July 2018 appeared first on VMware Support Insider.
    Blog Name: Support Insider Author: VMware
    Published on 2018-08-14 | Time 14:25:48
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    Deploy an NSX routed network with vRealize Automation

    In a series of posts, I’m discussing network automation features of vRealize Automation and NSX in combination with a Ubiquiti EdgeOS based router. In the first two posts I’ve covered setting up the basic network architecture and the required configuration steps in vRealize Automation: Part 1: Building a basic routed network infrastructure with Ubiquiti EdgeOS [...]
    Blog Name: viktorious.nl Author: viktorious
    Published on 2018-08-14 | Time 12:46:49