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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Configuring vSphere Flash Read Cache

Senior Software Engineer Peter Shepherd shows you how Flash Read Cacheā„¢ lets you accelerate virtual machine performance through the use of host resident flash devices as a cache.

Configuring Virtual Flash Resource

Senior Software Engineer Peter Peter Shepherd shows you how to virtualize flash devices on a host to use as a virtual flash resource.

Increasing the security of vMotion data traffic

vMotion traffic is not encrypted by default. Depending on the needs of your environment, you can take one or several steps to increase the security of vMotion data traffic.

Virtual SAN

Senior staff engineer Melina McLarty discusses Virtual SAN functionality which virtualizes local physical storage resources of ESXi hosts and turns them into storage pools that can be carved up and assigned to virtual machines and applications according to their quality of service requirements.

Migrating Host Networking to a vSphere Distributed Switch

Senior Staff Engineer Peter Shepherd shows you how to easily migrate host networking from a vSphere Standard Switch to a vSphere Distributed Switch in a single workflow.

Using vCloud Connector Content Sync

Senior technical staff member Mukta Nene walks you through using the content sync feature in vCloud Connector to keep virtual machine templates and vApp templates synchronized across multiple clouds.

Installing the Client Integration Plug-In

The Client Integration Plug-in provides access to a virtual machine’s console in the vSphere Web Client, and provides access to other vSphere infrastructure features. This video guides you through the setup and installation of the Client Integration Plug-in using Microsoft Internet Explorer.

Setting Up View Agent Direct Connections

Senior View Architect Mark Benson introduces you to the View Agent Direct Connection Plug-in, that allows Horizon View Clients to connect directly to a View desktop without using View Connection Server