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  • The role of VMware Integrated Containers in real life scenario – PART 3

    Virtual Container Host Deployment using the "vic-machine" Utility - VMware Integrated ContainersIn our previous posts, we saw the steps to deploy VIC appliance and deploying the VCH from vSphere client. In this post, we will see the steps to deploy the VCH using the "vic-machine" CLI Utility Refernce: https://github.com/rdjagadeesh/vic_homelab/Once we deploy the vSphere Integrated Containers (VIC) appliance, access the VIC appliance IP from the browser and we land on the below page. From this p[...]
    Blog Name: My IT Blog Author: Unknown
    Published on 2019-11-20 | Time 12:10:00
  • Free stuff from VMware, a new ebook, Service Mesh For Dummies

    At VMworld a couple of weeks ago I concentrated on the Modern App sessions , and was impressed by the concept of Containers and Kubernetes as a way to develop and maintain appsVMware have very kindly made available for download  a free ebook called Service Mesh For Dummies.The book covers the following:The book is downloaded in PDF format, it consists of 6 chapters over 65 pages.The book is authored by Niran Even-Chen, Oren Penso, and Susan WuThe six chapters are.The Rise of Microservices and C[...]
    Blog Name: Bryan O’Connor Virtualisation and IT Blog Author: Bryan O'Connor
    Published on 2019-11-20 | Time 11:58:00
  • VSAN – RAID 6 Erasure Coding

    Merhaba, VSAN – RAID 6 Erasure Coding ile iligli spesifik olarak bir makale yazmamıştım. Bu yazımda VSAN – RAID 6 Erasure Coding ile ilgili çeşitli bilgiler vereceğim. Daha önce VSAN RAID5/6 Erasure Coding ile ilgili bir makale yazmıştım. Bu yazıma aşağıdaki linkten ulaşabilirsiniz. VSAN – Raid 5/6 Erasure Coding VSAN RAID6 Kullanımı FTT=2 kullanılmasını istenilen VSAN [...]
    Blog Name: Tayfun Degar Author: Tayfun DEĞER
    Published on 2019-11-20 | Time 10:07:48
  • Remove first NSX-T Manager from the cluster, manually

    I need to remove my first NSX-T Manager that I deployed in my test-environment. With other managers, you get the (easy) ability to do so from the GUI: But not for the one that was deployed as the first one in the cluster: (the option is missing). But it is still possible to do this. We need to manually detach the manager from the cluster, which can be done from one of the other managers. We log in to one... Read More Read More The post Remove first NSX-T Manager from the cluster, manually appe[...]
    Blog Name: My Software Defined Data Center Author: ronaldpj
    Published on 2019-11-20 | Time 09:57:12
  • VMware Port and Protocols – ports.vmware.com

    VMware has launched a new website with all the ports and protocols of their products. The URL for this new website is https://ports.vmware.com/  The port of the following products are listed: vSphere vSAN NSX Data Center for vSphere vRealize Network Insight vRealize Operations Manager vRealize Automation vCloud Availability vCloud Usage Meter VMware HCX Horizon 7 Workspace ONE Access
    Blog Name: https://ntpro.nl
    Published on 2019-11-19 | Time 07:41:00
  • Анонсы VMworld Europe 2019 – часть 6. Обновленное решение VMware vCloud Availability 3.5.

    Продолжаем рассказывать о новых продуктах и технологиях, анонсированных VMware на конференции VMworld Europe 2019. Сегодня мы поговорим о продукте VMware vCloud Availability 3.5, предназначенном для создания резервной инфраструктуры в одном из публичных облаков сервис-провайдеров на основе VMware [...]
    Blog Name: vmgu.ru
    Published on 2019-11-19 | Time 02:00:00
  • VMware Integrated OpenStack 6.0: What’s New

    VMware Integrated OpenStack 6.0: What’s New       VMware recently announced VMware Integrated OpenStack (VIO) 6.0. We are truly excited about our latest OpenStack distribution as this release enables customers to take advantage of advancements in the upstream Stein release including support for Cinder generic volume groups, improved admin panels, and security improvements throughout [...] The post VMware Integrated OpenStack 6.0: What’s New appeared first on VMware Telco NFV Blog.
    Blog Name: VMware for Telcos Author: mmahmoodi
    Published on 2019-11-19 | Time 00:30:39
  • New KB articles published for the week ending 17th November,2019

    VMware Cloud on AWS VMware Cloud on AWS – About VM Storage Policy for applying SLA in Stretch cluster environment. Published Date:12-11-2019 [VMC on AWS] How to use ‘Containerized Permissions’ Published Date:14-11-2019 [VMC on AWS] Hybrid Linked Mode: Unable to edit the CloudAdmin groups after vCenter Cloud Gateway re-deployment Published Date:14-11-2019 [VMC on AWS] Create, The post New KB articles published for the week ending 17th November,2019 appeared first on VMware Support Insider.
    Blog Name: Support Insider Author: Rahul Parmar
    Published on 2019-11-19 | Time 18:35:15
  • What’s New for vSphere Alarm Management

    One of the hot topics at VMworld EU was around alarm management and the new cmdlets which were recently made available. There has been a solid set of alarm-based cmdlets that already exist and have been part of PowerCLI for many years. However, as evidenced by a PowerCLI session at VMworld in 2017 where we [...] The post What’s New for vSphere Alarm Management appeared first on VMware PowerCLI Blog.
    Blog Name: PowerCLI Author: Kyle Ruddy
    Published on 2019-11-19 | Time 17:41:34
  • NSX Service Mesh on VMware Tanzu: CONNECT & PROTECT Applications Across Your Kubernetes Clusters and Clouds

    Authors: Mark Schweighardt, Tom Spoonemore Modern enterprises are sprawling and complicated. They are transitioning from private to public clouds to address, for example, performance, availability, and data residency requirements, and to gain access to advanced services such as analytics and ML. They are also transforming their application architectures from monoliths to distributed microservices. In August 2019, VMware introduced The post NSX Service Mesh on VMware Tanzu: CONNECT & PROTECT [...]
    Blog Name: NSX / Network Virt Author: Mark Schweighardt
    Published on 2019-11-19 | Time 17:00:43
  • Common vSAN Networking, NIC and Switch Questions

    This post will wrap up some common vSAN networking questions and includes helpful links for solutions to network-related configuration, device selection, and device configuration. The vSAN Networking Guide on StorageHub also holds a lot of great content on this subject. vSAN Networking Update Part – 1 What should I consider when shopping for a switch? The post Common vSAN Networking, NIC and Switch Questions appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: John Nicholson
    Published on 2019-11-19 | Time 17:00:26
  • Helping Google Cloud customers run more VMware…

    Very interesting! Helping Google Cloud customers run more VMware… Today’s announcement helps accelerate a fully integrated VMware migration solution with improved support for our customers. VMware Social Media Advocacy
    Blog Name: Dennis Bray’s Virtual Place Author: vminstructor
    Published on 2019-11-19 | Time 16:46:00
  • StarWind VSAN Graceful Shutdown and PowerChute Configuration

    In any virtualization environment, avoiding power outages is crucial. And if there is a power outage, make sure that your UPS is supported by VMware and StarWind VSAN. One of those is APC Smart-UPS which is able to perform a StarWind VSAN graceful shutdown, as well as all the VMs running within the infrastructure. Then [...] Read the full post StarWind VSAN Graceful Shutdown and PowerChute Configuration at ESX Virtualization.
    Blog Name: ESX Virtualization Author: Vladan SEGET
    Published on 2019-11-19 | Time 13:25:32
  • Upgrade of NSX-T with VCF: “Disk Space requirements not met”: Failed upgrade

    A short post on (part of) the upgrade of NSX-T from within VCF, since this is not the first time I ran into this. It is most likely related to the fact that I run a nested ESXi environment, but someone else might run into the same issue. The biggest problem occurs when upgrading NSX-T as part of the VCF upgrade process. What happens when upgrading NSX-T manually is that you run a PreCheck. This will tell you if everything... Read More Read More The post Upgrade of NSX-T with VCF: “Disk Space[...]
    Blog Name: My Software Defined Data Center Author: ronaldpj
    Published on 2019-11-19 | Time 13:16:53
  • vSphere 6.7U3 – Unable to push CA certificates and CRLs to host

    The current version of vCenter 6.7U3 brought with it an interesting change, as we can read here, all CA certificates in trusted store must have the “X509v3 Basic Constraints: CA: TRUE” flag set. Lack of this flag in any certificate ... Continue Reading
    Blog Name: lab.piszki.pl Author: Piotr Pisz
    Published on 2019-11-19 | Time 08:35:35