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  • Blog Name: VMware Communities Roundtable
    Published on 2019-06-12 | Time 19:32:53
  • Performance Troubleshooting – Understanding the Different Levels of vSAN Performance Metrics

    The vSAN performance service provides storage-centric visibility to a vSAN cluster. It is responsible for collecting vSAN performance metrics, and will present them in vCenter. A user can set the selectable time window from 1 hour to 24 hours, and the data presented uses a 5-minute sampling rate. The data may be retained for up The post Performance Troubleshooting – Understanding the Different Levels of vSAN Performance Metrics appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Pete Koehler
    Published on 2019-06-12 | Time 16:30:54
  • VMware Ranked #1 EMM 2018 Market Share, Per IDC Report

    Last week VMware was named the market share leader in Enterprise Mobility Management in the new IDC report, “Worldwide Enterprise Mobility Management Software Market Shares, 2018: A Market Transitioning to Unified Endpoint Management.” VMware Workspace ONE, which provides an integrated platform to manage any application on any device, continues to outpace the growth of the [...] The post VMware Ranked #1 EMM 2018 Market Share, Per IDC Report appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.
    Blog Name: End-User Computing Author: Jeff McGrath
    Published on 2019-06-12 | Time 16:26:53
  • New Release – DSC Resources for VMware 2.0

    The Desired State Configuration (DSC) Resources for VMware was released late last year. This initial release was able to leverage the PowerShell DSC engine in order to declare configurations for a handful of ESXi host settings and a couple vCenter server settings. The response to these resources has been amazing! So amazing that over the [...] The post New Release – DSC Resources for VMware 2.0 appeared first on VMware PowerCLI Blog.
    Blog Name: PowerCLI Author: Kyle Ruddy
    Published on 2019-06-12 | Time 16:00:34
  • Yes, We Use It Ourselves!! (VMware Code Stream)

      VMware is a massive development shop!! I mean we have a TON of developers always cranking out new features and capabilities for our solutions. So, it is safe to say that we run into all of the same challenges that other companies that are developing applications run in to. In this post I am The post Yes, We Use It Ourselves!! (VMware Code Stream) appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
    Blog Name: Cloud Mgmt Author: Chris McClanahan
    Published on 2019-06-12 | Time 14:33:09
  • Kubernetes Storage on vSphere 101 – StatefulSet

    In my last post we looked at creating a highly available application that used multiple Pods in Kubernetes with Deployments and ReplicaSets. However, this was only focused on Pods.  In this post, we will look at another way of creating highly available applications through the use of StatefulSets. The first question you will probably have [...] The post Kubernetes Storage on vSphere 101 – StatefulSet appeared first on CormacHogan.com.
    Blog Name: CormacHogan.com Author: Cormac
    Published on 2019-06-12 | Time 13:00:43
  • New fling: mobile vSphere management

    Every once in a while there’s a fling that looks too good to only be mentioned in my monthly updates. The vSphere mobile Client is one of those in my opinion. For years and years I have seen questions about apps to manage vSphere from your mobile device and there... Continue Reading
    Blog Name: Retouw Author: Wouter
    Published on 2019-06-12 | Time 10:01:29
  • How to upgrade to VMware Tools 10.3.10

    So VMware released a security advisory (VMSA-2019-0009) about vulnerable VMware Tools. In short it is recommended to upgrade all VMware Tools to at least version 10.3.10 (Build 10346) which is the newest at the time of writing. After patching ESXi to the latest build, you might realize that the VMware tools you are left with, after ... Continue Reading How to upgrade to VMware Tools 10.3.10
    Blog Name: The vGoodie-bag Author: Brian Knutsson
    Published on 2019-06-12 | Time 09:35:07
  • Does a vSAN IO Limit impact resync traffic?

    Advertise here with BSA A question just came in, and I figured other people may have the same question so I would share it. The question was if a vSAN IO limit would impact resync traffic or for instance SvMotion? In this case the customer defines limits within each policy to ensure VMs do not interfere with other VMs [...] The post Does a vSAN IO Limit impact resync traffic? appeared first on Yellow Bricks.
    Blog Name: Yellow Bricks Author: Duncan Epping
    Published on 2019-06-12 | Time 07:26:22
  • VMware: ¡Nuevo Fling! vSphere Mobile Client – en fase temprana de desarrollo

    Saludos amigos, VMware ha lanzado un nuevo Fling con mucho potencial, se trata de una versión móvil de su nueva interfaz en HTML 5, usando… The post VMware: ¡Nuevo Fling! vSphere Mobile Client – en fase temprana de desarrollo appeared first on El Blog de Jorge de la Cruz.
    Blog Name: Jorgedelacruz.es Author: Jorge de la Cruz
    Published on 2019-06-12 | Time 07:15:21
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    自宅ラボで NSX-T 2.4 環境を構築する。Part.2

    NSX-T の機能を確認できるように、ネステッド ESXi 環境を利用したラボ環境を構築してみます。ネスト環境として土台になる、外側の vCenter での設定について紹介します。ここでは、VM の配置と、リソース割り当てについて紹介します。 前回はこちら。自宅ラボで NSX-T 2.4 環境を構築する。Part.1 前提となるサーバの準備。まずは、DNS / NTP / NTP / vCenter(VCSA)を用意しておき[...]
    Blog Name: Gowatana Blog
    Published on 2019-06-11 | Time 23:05:47
  • VMSA-2018-0011 Revisited

    Greetings from the VMware Security Response Center! It has come to our attention that a previously resolved vulnerability identified by CVE-2018-6961 which affected VMware SD-WAN Edge (Velocloud) prior to R312-20180716-GA has been reported to be included as one of multiple injection methods for a newly discovered variant of the Mirai malware. Unit 42 has a [...] The post VMSA-2018-0011 Revisited appeared first on VMware Security & Compliance Blog.
    Blog Name: Security & Compliance Author: Edward Hawkins
    Published on 2019-06-11 | Time 20:49:16
  • ServiceNow Notifications with vRealize Operations 7.5

    vRealize Operations is a great tool for monitoring your infrastructure and applications. With its included alerting capabilities, you’ll know right away when things go wrong, when you’re running low on capacity, or if you’re out of compliance, just to name a few. Management Packs are a great way to easily expand your alerting capabilities to The post ServiceNow Notifications with vRealize Operations 7.5 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
    Blog Name: Cloud Mgmt Author: Matt Bradford
    Published on 2019-06-11 | Time 20:28:45
  • Forwarding VMC Events to AWS Lambda/CloudWatch using Log Intelligence Webhook

    In my previous post, I provided an example on how customers can take advantage of Log Intelligence's Webhook capability to consume VMware Cloud on AWS (VMC) based events and extend that to other Public Cloud Services like Slack as an example to build new and interesting integrations. We took advantage of the fact that some [...]
    Blog Name: virtuallyGhetto Author: William Lam
    Published on 2019-06-11 | Time 19:10:04
  • Powershell Azure Inventory GUI Utility

    This is my last article on this WebBlog and I will be writing all new articles on my new website https://thecloudcurry.com.  Recently I wrote a Powershell GUI script to collect information from Microsoft Azure, you can view the video this is how it works. I am still working on the script and adding new resources inventory to the web site. To use this tool you require Azure AD Tenant name and Azure subscription ID. For credentials privileges with Read Only access will also work. I have put t[...]
    Blog Name: Virtual Geek Author: Virtual Geek
    Published on 2019-06-11 | Time 17:44:00