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  • Pivotal And Carbon Black To Be Acquired By VMware Officially Announced!

    We have a great news for the next generation VMware Cloud Native Applications, Pivotal Software to be acquired by VMware. Some news websites reported that VMware bought Pivotal Software for $2.7 billion. Together with Pivotal’s software expertise and VMware’s operational capabilities, they are planning to deliver the software products in higher scale to its customers. [...] The post Pivotal And Carbon Black To Be Acquired By VMware Officially Announced! appeared first on TechCrumble.
    Blog Name: Tech Crumble Author: Aruna Lakmal
    Published on 2019-08-22 | Time 01:30:24
  • Welcoming Pivotal to VMware to Transform How the World Builds Software on Kubernetes

    Earlier today, VMware announced its intent to acquire Pivotal. With a focus on the intersection of modern application development and multi-cloud infrastructure, Pivotal and VMware have collaborated heavily in the last few years—co-developing software, taking products and services to market and contributing to the open source community. Multi-cloud infrastructure has become a requirement for enterprise The post Welcoming Pivotal to VMware to Transform How the World Builds Software on Kubernet[...]
    Blog Name: Cloud-Native Apps Author: Paul Fazzone
    Published on 2019-08-22 | Time 20:25:52
  • VMware Announces Intent to Acquire Carbon Black

    Accelerating VMware’s Vision for Intrinsic Security  By now you will have seen the announcement of our intent to acquire Carbon Black. This is a major milestone for VMware and for the security industry at large. It is also the culmination of several years of work executing on our vision and strategy for security. Carbon Black The post VMware Announces Intent to Acquire Carbon Black appeared first on Security & Compliance Blog.
    Blog Name: VMware Security & Compliance Blog Author: Tom Corn, SVP/GM Security Products, VMware
    Published on 2019-08-22 | Time 20:22:22
  • vSphere Tweet Chat Recap: Know Before You Go to…

    vSphere Tweet Chat Recap: Know Before You Go to VMworld vSphere Tweet Chat Recap: Know Before You Go to...To answer all of your questions so you know before you go to VMworld 2019, vSphere hosted a Tweet Chat featuring VMWonAWS and VMWonDellEMC team members. The chat featured Nigel Hickey, vSphere Technical Marketing Architect, Jeremiah Megie, VMware Cloud on AWS Senior Technical Marketing Architect, and Ken Smith, VMware Cloud on Dell EMC Product Marketing The post vSphere Tweet Chat Recap: Kn[...]
    Blog Name: vcdx181
    Published on 2019-08-22 | Time 19:39:07
  • Network Automation with Cloud Assembly and NSX – Part 4

    The final blog in my series on network automation with Cloud Assembly and NSX will focus on creating on-demand load balancers, using existing load balancers, and reconfiguring load balancers after deployment.  I recommend going through part 1, part 2, and part 3 of this blog series if you’re new to Cloud Assembly. On-Demand Load Balancers The post Network Automation with Cloud Assembly and NSX – Part 4 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
    Blog Name: Cloud Mgmt Author: Karl Fultz
    Published on 2019-08-22 | Time 19:33:13
  • Network Automation with Cloud Assembly and NSX – Part 3

    Welcome back for part three of a four part series on Network Automation with Cloud Assembly and NSX.  In the previous two posts I covered how to setup Cloud Accounts, verify and configure your initial network profile, then showed how to create on-demand networks and use existing or provider networks.  For this post, I will The post Network Automation with Cloud Assembly and NSX – Part 3 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
    Blog Name: Cloud Mgmt Author: Karl Fultz
    Published on 2019-08-22 | Time 16:51:22
  • #StorageMinute – Microsoft SQL Server on VMware vSAN

    Welcome to the #StorageMinute series where we deliver key topics via bite-size content. In this edition, we look at how vSAN is an ideal platform for Microsoft SQL Server. While applications are the very reason why a data center exists in the first place, the platform that makes up that data center plays a key The post #StorageMinute – Microsoft SQL Server on VMware vSAN appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Pete Koehler
    Published on 2019-08-22 | Time 16:00:40
  • What to expect from VMworld 2019’s general…

    What to expect from VMworld 2019’s general sessions What to expect from VMworld 2019’s general...VMworld 2019 is around the corner and there’s never been a more exciting time to be a technologist. Digital innovation is redefining the rules of business, and VMworld is your partner for staying on the cutting edge of what’s happening. This year, VMworld’s general sessions will focus on the skills you need to succeed and The post What to expect from VMworld 2019’s general sessions appea[...]
    Blog Name: vcdx181
    Published on 2019-08-22 | Time 15:19:27
  • Veeam @VMworld 2019 Edition…

    VMworld 2019 is now only a couple of days away, and I can’t wait to return to San Francisco for what will be my seventh VMworld and third one with Veeam. It has again been an interesting year since the last VMworld and the industry has shifted a little when it comes to the backup and recovery market. Data management The post Veeam @VMworld 2019 Edition… appeared first on VIRTUALIZATION IS LIFE!.
    Blog Name: Virtualization Is Life Author: Anthony Spiteri
    Published on 2019-08-22 | Time 15:17:46
  • VMware Cloud on AWS for the vSphere Admin – Summing Up The Series

    So we reach the end of the VMware Cloud on AWS for the vSphere Admin introductory series. I’ve answered some of your questions as to how you get yourself up and running with VMware Cloud on AWS. In this post, I’ll be summarising what we’ve talked about in the last 5 posts. Feel inspired and The post VMware Cloud on AWS for the vSphere Admin – Summing Up The Series appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
    Blog Name: vSphere Author: Kev Johnson
    Published on 2019-08-22 | Time 09:02:18
  • vRealize Operations Manager 7.5 configuration – pt.2

    vRealize Operations Manager 7.5 configuration - pt.2 Monitoring capabilities can be extended in vRealize Operations Manager 7.5 by installing optional solutions provided by VMware or third parties. Adapters for vCenter, vSAN, vRealize Log Insight provided by VMware are solutions that can be installed in vRealize Operations Manager 7.5 to provide information also from these products with a global overview of your environment.   Blog Series vRealize Operations Manager 7.5 deployment - pt.1 vReali[...]
    Blog Name: NoLabNoPartY Author: Paolo Valsecchi
    Published on 2019-08-22 | Time 07:00:54
  • How to find virtual machine file locks on ESXi

    Connect to any of the ESXi host using PUTTY in the cluster in which the affected VM is located. These virtual machine files are locked during runtime: VMNAME.vswp DISKNAME-flat.vmdk DISKNAME-ITERATION-delta.vmdk VMNAME.vmx VMNAME.vmxf vmware.log To identify the server: Report the MAC address of the lock holder by running this command (except on an NFS volume)# vmkfstools ... Continue Reading How to find virtual machine file locks on ESXi
    Blog Name: Ginka’s World Author: mginka
    Published on 2019-08-21 | Time 06:57:10
  • Skyline Collector Password Recovery (KB52652)

    Source : VMware KB 52652 Login into the console of the collector appliance. Change directory to /usr/local/skyline/ccf/config/generated/  – (cd /usr/local/skyline/ccf/config/generated/) Rename credentials.json to credentials.old – (mv credentials.json credentials.old) Reboot appliance. Admin account password will reset to “default”. To reset the root password: Restart the Skyline appliance. From the Console screen of the appliance when you see the PhotonOS splash screen press “[...]
    Blog Name: Ginka’s World Author: mginka
    Published on 2019-08-21 | Time 06:51:55
  • Number of vCpus and ESXi Servers in an cluster

    Connect-VIServer  “vCenter Name” $TotalNumvCPUs = 0 Foreach ($Cluster in (Get-Cluster |Sort Name)){ $HostNumvCPUs = 0 Write-Host “Cluster: $($Cluster.name)“ Foreach ($ESXHost in ($Cluster |Get-VMHost |Sort Name)){ Write-Host “ Host: $($ESXHost.name)“ $RunningLimit = $null $RunningLimit = ($ESXHost |Get-VMHostAdvancedConfiguration).get_Item(“Misc.RunningVCpuLimit“) If ($RunningLimit -eq $null){ $RunningLimit = 128 } Write-Host “ Misc.RunningVCpuLim[...]
    Blog Name: Ginka’s World Author: mginka
    Published on 2019-08-21 | Time 06:51:01
  • Unlock root account on ESXi

    Unlock root account on ESXi If the root account gets locked out you will not be able access ESXi using SSH or vSphere Web client, please follow below procedure to unlock the account. Please note you will get incorrect username/password error even though you are trying to login with correct username/password . By default the ESXi 6.x password ... Continue Reading Unlock root account on ESXi
    Blog Name: Ginka’s World Author: mginka
    Published on 2019-08-21 | Time 06:49:15