Blog Beat Home Page

  VMware Blog Posts  VMTN Network Member Blog Posts

 Subscribe to the Blog Beat RSS Feed

  • 521595 /wp-content/uploads/screenshot-uploads/521595-rss.png
    #StorageMinute: vSAN Space Reclamation

    Welcome to the #StorageMinute series where we deliver key topics via bite-size content. In this edition, we’ll show you to how to maximize vSAN TCO by making space usage more efficient. vSAN Space Reclamation   How does it work? VMware vSAN 6.7U1 supports SCSI UNMAP/TRIM for space reclamation from guest Virtual machines. This feature helps improve the TCO The post #StorageMinute: vSAN Space Reclamation appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: dalieva
    Published on 2019-01-22 | Time 19:51:38
  • 521730 /wp-content/uploads/screenshot-uploads/521730-rss.png
    Pulling Performance Statistics from Pure1 with PowerShell

    I have written a few posts recently on using the Pure1 with PowerShell, like below: https://www.codyhosterman.com/2019/01/using-the-pure1-powershell-module/ https://www.codyhosterman.com/2019/01/using-the-pure1-rest-api-part-i-powershell/ I made a PowerShell module you make it easy for you to use, which can be installed via install-module from the PowerShell gallery. Details here: https://www.codyhosterman.com/scripts-and-tools/pure1-rest-api/pure1-powershell-module/ In this post, I will walk th[...]
    Blog Name: Cody Hosterman Author: codyhosterman
    Published on 2019-01-22 | Time 19:41:05
  • 519671 /wp-content/uploads/screenshot-uploads/519671-rss.png
    Dynamic vSphere Health Checks in vSphere 6.7+

    One really neat feature of the vSphere HTML5 Client that was shipped in vSphere 6.7 is the ability to deliver new data applications that can run in the vSphere UI without requiring customers to update or upgrade their underlying vCenter Server. An example of this is the vSphere Health Check plugin that was included in vSphere 6.7, [...]
    Blog Name: virtuallyGhetto Author: William Lam
    Published on 2019-01-22 | Time 17:26:29
  • 519575 /wp-content/uploads/screenshot-uploads/519575-rss.png
    VMware Cloud on AWS Cloud Migration Deep Dive

    VMware Cloud on AWS Cloud Migration Deep Dive VMware Cloud on AWS Cloud Migration Deep Dive In this webinar, you will learn how VMware Cloud on AWS helps simplify and accelerate the migration process. Not only will you see demos of different cloud migration scenarios in action, but you will also hear about customers’ cloud [...]
    Blog Name: The Virtually Connected Author: Tim Sandy
    Published on 2019-01-22 | Time 16:02:22
  • 519579 /wp-content/uploads/screenshot-uploads/519579-rss.png
    How VMware snapshots work and how to use them

    How VMware snapshots work and how to use them How VMware snapshots work and how to use them VMware snapshots help ease the burden of getting everything back up and running in the event of an unexpected failure. Learn how to use VM disk snapshots as restore points to minimize the damage from a patch [...]
    Blog Name: The Virtually Connected Author: Tim Sandy
    Published on 2019-01-22 | Time 15:48:58
  • 520142 /wp-content/uploads/screenshot-uploads/520142-rss.png
    vSphere Upgrade Saga: PowerCLI 10

    All the install instructions for the latest VMware PowerCLI say to use the Install-Module cmdlet. Unfortunately, on stock 2012R2, this cmdlet does not exist. Therefore, getting to the latest PowerCLI is nearly impossible. There are, however, several solutions. In effect, Windows 2012 R2 is missing a component to make this a nonissue. That component is … Continue reading vSphere Upgrade Saga: PowerCLI 10 → The post vSphere Upgrade Saga: PowerCLI 10 appeared first on AstroArch Consulting, Inc.
    Blog Name: AstroArch Author: Edward Haletky
    Published on 2019-01-22 | Time 12:25:13
  • 523548 /wp-content/uploads/screenshot-uploads/523548-rss.png
    VMware Cloud on AWS Management Exam 2019

    It’s been a busy few weeks for me. Earlier on this month I wrote about sitting the VMware Cloud Provider Specialist Exam and continuing on from that I decided to pursue the VMware Cloud on AWS Management Exam. As I …Read more »
    Blog Name: blog.ukotic.net Author: Mark Ukotic
    Published on 2019-01-22 | Time 11:17:05
  • 520298 /wp-content/uploads/screenshot-uploads/520298-rss.png
    vSpeaking Podcast: Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 U4 for VMware

    Today, at their Sales Kickoff event, Veeam is announcing key updates to Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 U4, Veeam Availability for AWS and Veeam Availability Console.  As many VMware customers protect their virtual infrastructure using Veeam, I thought it made sense to bring in the experts to share the details. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome The post vSpeaking Podcast: Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 U4 for VMware appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Pete Flecha
    Published on 2019-01-22 | Time 11:00:28
  • 523487 /wp-content/uploads/screenshot-uploads/523487-rss.png
    VMware vCenter Server 6.7 U1b Released

    VMware released vSphere 6.7 U1  and vCenter on 2018 and now in 2019 they have released update for vCenter  6.7 U1b . Resolved Issues The resolved issues are grouped as follows. vCenter Server, vSphere Web Client, and vSphere Client Issues You cannot add permissions for a user or group beyond the first 200 security principals in [...] The post VMware vCenter Server 6.7 U1b Released appeared first on VMarena.
    Blog Name: VMARENA Author: Rajesh Radhakrishnan
    Published on 2019-01-21 | Time 07:06:12
  • 519041 /wp-content/uploads/screenshot-uploads/519041-rss.png
    vSAN Capacity Management and Monitoring Part 2

    This article picks up where Part 1 of this series left off. We will discuss the alarms and notifications in vSAN Health and vCenter Server that can be used to keep an eye on vSAN datastore capacity and usage trends. vSAN Health As mentioned in the previous article, vSAN Health monitors the capacity of the The post vSAN Capacity Management and Monitoring Part 2 appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Jeff Hunter
    Published on 2019-01-21 | Time 22:05:32
  • 518413 /wp-content/uploads/screenshot-uploads/518413-rss.png
    VMware Cloud Foundation, Will it run on Oracle Ravello? Part 5: Deploying SDDC manager

    Before we begin If you have not checked out what this series is about then please take a look at the previous parts below. Part 1: Planning Part 2: Ancillary Services Part 3: Management Cluster “Hardware” Part 4: Management Cluster Software Software Defined DataCentre Manager deployment The aim of this part of the blog series [...] The post VMware Cloud Foundation, Will it run on Oracle Ravello? Part 5: Deploying SDDC manager appeared first on @Ian0x0r - SNURF.
    Blog Name: Snurf Author: Ian
    Published on 2019-01-21 | Time 21:24:11
  • 517636 /wp-content/uploads/screenshot-uploads/517636-rss.png
    Can I use vSAN for both VMs and containers?

    With containers, and Kubernetes in particular, becoming more prevalent as time goes on, we are seeing more questions revolving around their use with vSAN. We all know that vSAN can be used to host VM storage, iSCSI LUNs for physical machines, and more recently, container volumes for Docker and Kubernetes via the open-source Project Hatchway The post Can I use vSAN for both VMs and containers? appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Myles Gray
    Published on 2019-01-21 | Time 17:40:06
  • 524624 /wp-content/uploads/screenshot-uploads/524624-rss.png
    VMware: VMware lanza parche de seguridad ESXi670-201901001 para ESXi 6.7 – Actualización usando el online depot

    Saludos amigos, VMware ha lanzado un parche con actualizaciones importantes para ESXi 6.7, como siempre y al tratarse del Hypervisor mi consejo es probarlo en… The post VMware: VMware lanza parche de seguridad ESXi670-201901001 para ESXi 6.7 – Actualización usando el online depot appeared first on El Blog de Jorge de la Cruz.
    Blog Name: Jorgedelacruz.es Author: Jorge de la Cruz
    Published on 2019-01-21 | Time 08:15:59
  • 517162 /wp-content/uploads/screenshot-uploads/517162-rss.png
    Disponible VMware vSphere Integrated Containers 1.5

    Comienza el año con un nuevo anuncio por parte de VMware. Desde hace unos días se encuentra disponible vSphere Integrated Containers v1.5 (VIC). En esta nueva versión se han resuelto errores conocidos y fallos de seguridad en cada uno de los componentes que conforman esta herramienta para la administración de contenedores.
    Blog Name: DBigCloud
    Published on 2019-01-20 | Time 07:00:46
  • 516001 /wp-content/uploads/screenshot-uploads/516001-rss.png
    How To Create NVMe-Of Target With StarWind VSAN

    NVMe Over Fabric (NVMe-Of) is a protocol which is defacto becoming high-speed standard to take advantage of huge IOPS provided by new NVMe devices hitting the market. NVMe-OF Target designed by StarWind is one of the latest and hot storage technologies overtaking old iSCSI. First of all, before we go further, let’s recap what is [...] Read the full post How To Create NVMe-Of Target With StarWind VSAN at ESX Virtualization.
    Blog Name: ESX Virtualization Author: Vladan SEGET
    Published on 2019-01-20 | Time 02:37:01