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  • Powershell: Clearing a bad route advertisement rule from NSX-T logical router/gateway created via policy API.

    Summary:Basically ran into a weird issue where a T1 was not advertising a very specific subnet when configured on segment.  Come to find out when looking at the advanced networking section of that T1, there was a route advertisement rule that denied that subnet from being advertised up.  Since the T1 was created via the policy API, you cannot simply delete it via UI.Have no idea how that route advertisement rule even got there, but something tells me a bug exists.  Unfortunately have no idea [...]

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    Published on 2020-05-22 | Time 22:27:51

  • VCPs and VCAPs Around the World 2020

    VCPs and VCAPs Around the World       Ebrahim Aldesouky|ITSaurus 23-5-2020

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    Author: Ebrahim Aldesouky ( ITSaurus )

    Published on 2020-05-22 | Time 22:09:08

  • vSpeaking Podcast Ep 157: Augmented and Virtual Reality on VMware vSphere

    Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) can deliver real productivity improvements across a number of enterprise use cases such as Immersive Training, Augmented Workflows, Design Visualization and much more. Given that AR/VR are emerging technologies within the enterprise, there are a wealth of challenges that IT and line of business face when trying to The post vSpeaking Podcast Ep 157: Augmented and Virtual Reality on VMware vSphere appeared first on Virtual Blocks.

    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks

    Author: Pete Flecha

    Published on 2020-05-22 | Time 21:03:14

  • Augmented and Virtual Reality on VMware vSphere

    This week we welcome Duncan Epping and Alan Renoug to discuss Augmented and Virtual Reality on VMware vSphere read more The Virtually Speaking Podcast The Virtually Speaking Podcast is a weekly technical podcast dedicated to discussing VMware topics related to storage and availability. Each week Pete Flecha and John Nicholson bring in various subject matter experts from VMware and within the industry to discuss their respective areas of expertise. If you’re new to the Virtually Speaking Podca[...]

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    Author: Virtually Speaking Podcast

    Published on 2020-05-22 | Time 20:48:21

  • Announcing VMware vSphere with Kubernetes Support on the VMware Cloud Foundation Management Domain

    When VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0 released in April 2020, it introduced support for VMware vSphere with Kubernetes.  With the initial release, users were required to create a virtual infrastructure (VI) domain to enable vSphere with Kubernetes.  This meant that a minimum of seven servers was needed to run vSphere with Kubernetes on Cloud Foundation: four The post Announcing VMware vSphere with Kubernetes Support on the VMware Cloud Foundation Management Domain appeared first on Cloud Foundati[...]

    Blog Name: Cloud Foundation

    Author: Kyle Gleed

    Published on 2020-05-22 | Time 20:00:42

  • How VMware IT Maintains Security Across a Multi-Cloud Environment: Part Two

    By: Brad Doctor, Senior Director, Information Security; Casey Lems, Senior Cloud Security Architect and Craig Savage, Security Solutions Strategist   In part one of our blog series about how to maintain security across a multi-cloud environment, we discussed the need to identify the assets that need protection. In this blog, we share more details about The post How VMware IT Maintains Security Across a Multi-Cloud Environment: Part Two appeared first on VMware on VMware.

    Blog Name: VMware on VMware

    Author: vov

    Published on 2020-05-22 | Time 18:47:31

  • Defaulting Windows Terminal to PowerShell 7.x Core

    Quick post, I did a quick google and found nothing immediately on this, so figured a quick post might be helpful for folks. My new install of Windows Terminal was defaulting to PowerShell 5: And to switch to 7.0.1 (core) I had to go to the dropdown and open it each time. Such drudgery! I ... Continue Reading "Defaulting Windows Terminal to PowerShell 7.x Core"

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    Author: codyhosterman

    Published on 2020-05-22 | Time 17:26:24

  • VCPs and VCAPs Around the World: Are you on the map?

      VMware Certified Professional (VCP) and VMware Certified Advanced Professional (VCAP) represents two of the most popular levels of certification offered by VMware to validate your knowledge and skills. These certifications provide many benefits and span across five tracks including: Data Center Virtualization Cloud Management and Automation Desktop and Mobility Network Virtualization Digital Workspace.   The post VCPs and VCAPs Around the World: Are you on the map? appeared first on VMware [...]

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    Author: Iris Polit

    Published on 2020-05-22 | Time 15:56:13

  • NSX-T 3.0 Lab: Host Transport Node Full Deployment Wizard

    I’ve covered deploying a Micro Seg only deployment in the last couple of posts so I figured I should show how to do a Full NSX host preparation deployment also using the wizard. A thing to note is that if you have already deployed NSX to a cluster using the Micro Seg deployment the wizard will not allow you to change to a full deployment you may see a couple of issues. The first is that the hosts have no free NIC’s as they may have already been configured for the Micro Seg deployment. [...]

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    Published on 2020-05-22 | Time 15:20:04

  • Анонсировано второе поколение инфраструктуры VMware Cloud on Dell EMC

    На днях компании Dell EMC и VMware (которые как бы одна компания) анонсировали второе поколение программно-аппаратных комплексов VMware Cloud on Dell EMC 2nd Generation. Напомним, что о первом поколении этого решения, анонсированного на VMworld 2019, мы писали вот тут. Второе поколение сосредоточено на[...]

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    Published on 2020-05-22 | Time 13:51:57

  • vSphere HA Interoperability

    vSphere HA DRS ve Virtual SAN gibi diğer bir çok özellikle birlikte çalışabilir. vSphere HA’i yapılandırmadan önce, diğer özelliklerle birlikte çalışabilirliğin limitlerini bilmek gerekiyor. Using vSphere HA with Virtual SAN Virtual SAN, vSphere HA cluster için paylaşmşı bir storage olarak kullanılabilir. Aktif edilirse, host’lar üzerindeki belirtilen local disklerini, tüm host’lar tarafından paylaşılan bir datastore’a toplar. [...]

    Blog Name: Taner CORT

    Author: Taner Çort

    Published on 2020-05-22 | Time 10:24:00

  • A Day in the life of a VMware TAM.

    This week, Michael Stanclift, Matt Crape, Ariel Sanchez Mora, and Vince Wood discuss the role of Technical Account Manager. As a result of the COVID-19 economic downturn, many find themselves looking for new work. While doing so, some may be considering completely new roles & opportunities. With that in mind, ITR will be exploring different roles over the next few weeks in the hopes of enlightening job seekers to roles that may not have been considered otherwise. Next Role to be explored will b[...]

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    Author: H-Town Vinny

    Published on 2020-05-21 | Time 02:36:11

  • vCenter Server ve Image Backup

    Merhaba, vCenter Server ve Image Backup isimli bu yazımda sizlere vCenter Server 7 ‘nin yedeklenme yöntemi ile ilgili önemli bir bilgi vereceğim. Ben daha önce vCenter Server 7 ‘nin Backup ve Restore operasyonu ile ilgili aşağıdaki gibi bir makale yazmıştım. vCenter Server 7 Backup Nasıl Alınır? vCenter Server 7 Restore Nasıl Yapılır? vCenter Server ve [...]

    Blog Name: Tayfun Degar

    Author: Tayfun DEĞER

    Published on 2020-05-21 | Time 22:11:36

  • My experience with the VMware Cloud on AWS – Master Services Competency Specialist Exam 2019

    The other day I happened to jump onto Jeffrey Kusters’ blog and saw his post about him passing this test last year. The post got me thinking. I was lucky to get some hands on experience with HCX late last year albeit not to the cloud from legacy on-prem to VCF on-prem. I also have had experience with SRM and more recently with NSX over the years during my time in the trenches. It looked like I checked off the main boxes for having the skills to get through the test. Jeffrey’s compiled links [...]

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    Author: Manny Sidhu

    Published on 2020-05-21 | Time 21:58:47

  • HCX & vSphere Day 2 Operations

    In the previous post HCX & Virtual Machine Power State, we explored HCX handling of the various virtual machine power state scenarios. For this post I am exploring various vSphere operations and their implications for HCX services. The following terms are used:Transfer phase: In this context it refers the Base VM sync (after setup/initializing, but [...]

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    Author: Gabe Rosas

    Published on 2020-05-21 | Time 20:46:43